What You'll Get
- $15 for one general admission ticket (up to $27.50 value)
Lamar Chamber Series Opening Night Featuring Sharon Isbin, Baroque And Beyond
- Where You’ve Heard Three-time Grammy winner Sharon Isbin: playing her classical guitar with fellow axe master Steve Vai, supplying the Spanish guitar licks that soundtracked The Departed’s more contemplative moments, and performing at the White House in 2009
- What They’ve Said: the Atlanta Journal called her “the Monet of the classical guitar” and a “master colorist,” while Boston Magazine dubbed her “the pre-eminent guitarist of our time.”
- What She’ll Play: numbers that highlight Baroque’s lush, richly elaborate textures
The Fine Print
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About Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra
The Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra began when four women started playing string quartets at each other’s homes. After more than 62 years and four chimneys clogged with quarter notes, their hobby has grown into a nationally recognized musical powerhouse. On top of producing nine Masterworks concerts and three chamber concerts a year, the BRSO brings in guest musicians every season for its Great Performers in Concert series. Each one-night-only event sees the ensemble collaborating with a different heavy hitter, from Yo-Yo Ma to Natalie Cole.