what’s on tap?

this saturday and monday the oregon symphony presents an impressionistic ditty by frenchman ravel, mozart’s symphony #38, and music inspired by william shakespeare (accompanied by actors!  famous actors from m*a*s*h!!)

why go?  well, where else are you gonna see major charles emerson winchester the third in the flesh?  and another thing… i have come to the conclusion that if someone wants to unleash their full potential as a human being, listening to a mozart symphony performed live is a prerequisite for self-actualization.  get deets here.


2 Responses to “what’s on tap?”

  1. 1 Charles November 12, 2010 at 8:17 am

    Actually, you’ll get to see Major Charles Emerson Winchester in the flesh – Stiers’ character was a replacement for the Frank Burns character.

    • 2 classicalbeaver November 12, 2010 at 8:35 am

      ahh yes… thanks for the correction charles! i knew that didn’t sound right when i wrote it. wow – principal assistant violist of the oregon symphony and full-time editor of the classical beaver?! good catch.

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