- $26 for section A seating, orchestra or balcony (up to $52 value)
- $21 for section B seating, orchestra or balcony (up to $42 value)
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Polish Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra
When World War II ended, Europe began rebuilding: its citizens cleared away rubble, redrew borders, and sought to replace desolation with beauty. In that spirit, the Polish Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra—first called the Gdańsk Symphony, for its home city of Gdańsk on the Baltic Sea—was born. Seven decades later, the orchestra has grown into the largest music institution in northern Poland.
Now, to celebrate their achievements and share their skill, the group heads on a tour across the U.S. led by principal guest conductor Bogusław Dawidow. Besides holding hands at all times so they don’t get separated, the expert musicians fill a program with works from one of their homeland’s most famous sons, Frederic Chopin, as well as Tchaikovsky and Rimsky-Korsakov.
Mayo Performing Arts Center
The Mayo Performing Arts Center straddles time. While one foot is planted in the old-fashioned charm of the 1930s movie-palace golden age, the other is firmly in the tech-savvy modern day. Between is a stretch of history that saw the theatre fall into disrepair and then resurrect itself to its star-studded heyday thanks to volunteers. Since its 1994 rebirth, the center has welcomed everyone from the Kirov Orchestra of St. Petersburg to Ringo Starr and Aretha Franklin. But, if the Mayo Center were a tripod, its third foot would certainly reach toward the future—a suite of education studios is onsite to cultivate the next generation of performers.