What’s On Tap?

beer tapsThis Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, the Oregon Symphony kicks things off with the “Posthorn” Serenade #9 by Mozart and then slows it down a notch with a pair of beauties penned by Richard Strauss: Death and Transfiguration and Four Last Songs.  And those songs?  They’ll be sung by Met soprano (and native Oregonian) Amber Wagner!
Why go? Um, three reasons: 1) Principal Trumpeter Jeff Work is gonna be impersonating a post horn, 2) Concertmaster Sarah Kwak will likely bring tears to about a thousand pairs of eyes during the last two of the Four Last Songs, and 3) After two-and-a-half looong months, Maestro Carlos is finally back on the Schnitzer podium working his usual musical magic.
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.


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