What’s On Tap?

beer tapsThis Saturday and Sunday at 7:30 o’clock, the always-amazing Oregon Symphony hosts another pair of superstar artists: Guest conductor Jun Märkl and keyboard soloist Kirill Gerstein. The program kicks off with an orchestral portrait of mythological trickster Prometheus, followed by Rachmaninoff’s very first, very lush piano concerto. After intermission, the crowd will be treated to Antonín Dvořák’s Symphony No. 8 for dessert.

Why go? Gentle reader, I certainly don’t mean to alarm you, and I hope you’re sitting down, but jeez… um, there’s no easy way to say this, so I’ll just get it out plain and simple: It’s the last time this season we get to hear that gorgeous Steinway piano. [I know, right?!] Go if you can, since Mr. Gerstein will undoubtedly be da bomb. Oh, and a little bird told this rodent the promo code DVORAK25 will get y’all a 25% discount on tix ~ Just 32 smackers for a very excellent Lower Balcony seat! Niiice.

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 Friday at their downtown box office at 923 SW Washington.


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