$8 for Admission to Symphonicity's “Goldfingers and the Silver Screen” on Sunday, April 25, at 3 p.m. ($19 Value)

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In a Nutshell

  • Popular movie music
  • U.S. premiere of James Bond piano concerto
  • Soloist Thomas Pandolfi

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Promotional value expires Apr 25, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Valid only for April 25 show at 3 PM. Must purchase under same name in order to be seated together in balcony section. Must arrive an hour before showtime to pick up ticket. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

While the music of Clue is a suitable score for a life of whimsy, dignified citizens of the world require more-sophisticated personal themes. Today's side deal brings you to a bevy of upgrading options. For $8, you get one balcony ticket to see, hear, and smell Symphonicity: The Symphony Orchestra of Virginia Beach perform Goldfingers and the Silver Screen on Sunday, April 25, at 3 p.m. at the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts (a $19 value).

The pops concert boasts a celebration of classic movie music; Virginia Beach's Symphonicity will dazzle with familiar themes from popular movies. Scenes from the scores of The Magnificent Seven, Harry Potter, How the West Was Won, and more will be featured alongside a performance of the U.S. premiere of the James Bond Piano Concerto by acclaimed pianist Thomas Pandolfi. Hosted by the Virginian-Pilot's Mal Vincent, the festive event takes place in the Sandler Center's intimate theater, and your balcony seat will provide you with an elevated view of the entire orchestra, unobstructed by music stands and top hats.

Reviews

Symphonicity and its shows have been featured over the years by publications such as the Virginian-Pilot, and more than 150 Facebook fans express their love for the orchestra:

  • The concert hall and the movie theater have long been uneasy suitors—always flirting with each other but never quite getting to the altar. Things change, at least for one performance, when Symphonicity takes on a program of movie music… – Mal Vincent, Virginian-Pilot
  • Just wanted to say "Thank You" one and all for the Messiah Sing-Along! Although I cannot carry a tune in a bucket, my daughter can, and we so much enjoyed the experience! We have been attending for about the last 10 years, it really makes the holiday season for us! – Hope M., Facebook
  • Great concert today!!!!! – Katina G., Facebook
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