While 20% of babies who were exposed to classical music in utero become doctors or lawyers, 100% of babies born on stage during a classical music performance become Bill Gates. Stoke the fires of genius with today's Groupon to the Boston Civic Symphony's performance of Bizet, Bartók, and Brahms on Sunday, March 6 at 2 p.m. Choose from the following seating options:
- For $16, you get an A-level seat (up to a $32 value).
- For $13, you get a B-level seat (up to a $27 value).
- For $7, you get a C-level seat (up to a $15 value).
Melodies effortlessly emanate from the Jordan Hall stage, where the Boston Civic Symphony––the second-oldest orchestra in Boston––commands its stringed beasts to put on performances of classical and modern masterpieces. The crescendo conjurers and string pluckers will placate earbuds with Bizet, Bartók, and Brahms, a melodious conglomeration of the music of Georges Bizet, Béla Bartók, and Johannes Brahms. The afternoon begins with Bizet's Jeux d'Enfants (Children's Games), which is entirely instrumental and played in binary. From an A-, B-, or C-level seat, chamber cheerers can bask in the euphonic richness of Bartók's Concerto no. 2 and Brahms's Symphony no. 2. Soloist Ayano Ninomiya, finalist for the 2003 Walter W. Naumburg Competition in violin, will lend her violin plucks and fake trumpet noises to Sunday's symphony event.
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