Music is the universal language, which is why Winston Churchill and Charles de Gaulle refused to use translators and simply communicated to each other through bassoon solos. Experience the soothing sounds of cross-cultural communication with today's side deal: for $15, you get a mid-balcony-seat ticket to A Special Valentine 2011 concert on February 12 (a $41 value) at the Reading Symphony Orchestra, performed at the resplendent Sovereign Performing Arts Center.
The 98-year-old Reading Symphony Orchestra will be led by guest conductor Bradley Thachuk, who’ll direct the sonic traffic through an engaging pops concert. With this deal, you’ll listen to a charming collection of romantic tunes—the symphony lovingly performs such enchanting melodies so that hopeful husbands will be able to call off Cupid’s laser-guided arrow attack. Indulge the ears with the mellifluous melodies and sonorous tunes produced live by a mélange of cellos, violas, violins, oboes, and percussion instruments. This deal gets you a seat in the mid-balcony section, where one can see the entire orchestra as well as all the dazzling hairdos of the lower deck.
The Reading Eagle reviewed the Reading Symphony Orchestra:
- Scurrying strings, histrionics and nervous tension gave way to pastoral peace in the third movement, with the woodwinds sounding lovely. The Finale, noble, triumphant and overwhelming in its passion, showed a high level of playing and conducting. – Susan L. Pena, Reading Eagle
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