Saturday, April 30, 2016
Concert: Carmina Burana
8 p.m., Overture Hall
After-party: Promenade Lounge
Overture Center, 2nd floor
Registration has now closed.
COME OUT TO THE SYMPHONY
Out at the Symphony is an opportunity to connect with the MSO and members and friends of Madison's LGBTQ community in a fantastic night of great classical music with an exclusive party at one of downtown Madison's hottest venues.
Ottorino Respighi’s achingly beautiful Pines of Rome and Carl Orff’s colossal Carmina Burana provide a memorable ending to the 2015-2016 concert season. Carmina Burana will also feature vocal soloists Jeni Houser, soprano, Thomas Leighton, tenor, Keith Phares, baritone, along with the Madison Symphony Chorus, directed by Beverly Taylor.
After the final bow, take a short walk to the Overture Center's Promenade Lounge for an exclusive party. Enjoy conviviality, elegant hors d'oeuvres and conversation while sipping cocktails and mingling with members and friends of the LGBTQ community.
THE INCREDIBLE DISCOUNTS
We've set aside some of the best seats in the house at very low prices. (Click here for a seating map.) A-Price Tickets (usually $85 each) in the Orchestra Level are only $60, a seat in the Mezzanine (regularly $55) is yours for only $40, and those prices include the after-concert party with hors d'oeuvres, desserts, and drink specials. If you've already subscribed or bought your own tickets to this concert, you can join us at the after-concert party for only $16!
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