Herald a harmony with today’s side deal: for $20, you get a ticket to one of two shows presented by the Oregon Symphony at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (up to a $58 value). You get your choice of two performances:
"Emmanuel Ax Plays Brahms" on Monday, January 17 at 8 p.m. (a $58 value)
"The Fire and Passion of Tango" on Tuesday, January 18 at 7:30 p.m. (a $53 value). The Oregon Symphony does not perform during this show.
Seating is available for both shows in the middle- and front-orchestra and the upper-mezzanine sections and is arranged at the ticket office upon redemption.
With more than 76 classically trained musicians, the Oregon Symphony has been performing classical masterworks for more than a century. Join the string slingers and quarter-note connoisseurs in the chandelier-lit elegance of the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, and treat ear buds to seven-time Grammy winner and A-list pianist Emmanuel Ax as he joins the Oregon Symphony on Monday, January 17 to break open Brahms’s classical playbook and secret, double-locked diary. Or perk up ennuied peppers with "The Fire and Passion of Tango" on Tuesday, January 18, which mingles Argentinean dancers and with seven musicians of Tango Buenos Aires and tells the history of tango through authentic instrumentation and sultry steps.
Portland.com mentioned the Oregon Symphony.