what’s on tap?

this sunday and monday, the oregon symphony welcomes not one, but two (two!) guest musicians.  pianist martin helmchen and conductor hugh wolff join the best band in the western land to bring us papa haydn’s symphony #82, tony dvořák’s only piano concerto, and the fifth symphony from jean “the finn man” sibelius.

why go?  after staring down utter annihilation in the recent mahlerian extravaganza, the beavs can’t think of a more restorative program.  let’s just say that haydn, dvořák, and sibelius are 3 of the most sincere, warm, and heartfelt composers that i know, and to skip this show would be like missing out on a spa day for your soul.  seriously.  um, there is a lot to like about this program… find out for yourself.  hope to see y’all there!

for more deets, click on *the band’s website, call one of their lovely phone reps at (503) 228-1353, or stop in today or monday at their downtown box office at 923 sw washington.  just do it.

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