cheap symphony tickets!!!

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by madnezz, Jan 22, 2002.

  1. madnezz

    madnezz TRIBE Member

    since talk was starting in the other thread, here is some info for your folks would would love to check out some extreme talent at roy thomson hall, but dont have much cash!!!!

    all you gotta do is sign up at www.tsoundcheck.com

    they have tickets that go on sale for $10 every week, and the seats are good!!! The performances are also excellent, so I recommend everyone sign up.

    adios
    Laura
     
  2. madnezz

    madnezz TRIBE Member

    oh yeah- the only catch is that you have to be under 27 years old!!!!

    a.
    Laura
     
  3. t-boy

    t-boy TRIBE Member

    is this at the roy thompson hall?

    that venue is amazing..

    i once went to see this russian virtuoso pianist evgeny kissin, and he played an all-Chopin program. Just him and a grand piano in roy thompson hall. That was beautiful.

    I'd love to go there again for some classical, but this time instead of going with my mom, go with a few friends under the influence of some chemicals.
     
  4. t-boy

    t-boy TRIBE Member

    fuck i shoulda read the msg properly.. roy thompson hall it is [​IMG]
     
  5. PosTMOd

    PosTMOd Well-Known Member

    I might know someone who'd be into that...
     
  6. PosTMOd

    PosTMOd Well-Known Member

    Crap... need some fake ID..
     
  7. Subsonic Chronic

    Subsonic Chronic TRIBE Member

    I'm down.
    Let's hook it up!
    Timo, I'll tell them you're my little brother and that you're too young to have valid ID. [​IMG]

    Pete
     
  8. Hi i'm God

    Hi i'm God TRIBE Member

    I had front row seat to see Bill Cosby at Roy Thompson Hall.
     
  9. Moez

    Moez TRIBE Member

    I would also be interested.

    depending on what they play. hehe. If it is some 20th century program I may not go.

    OMG ITZHAK PERLMAN IS COMING!!!

    *sigh* I will be going to see him for surely!


    oh btw, if you are going to get Symphony tickets be weary of the dates you choose at RTH will be closing for Renovations as well and they will be performing at Massey Hall.
     
  10. Moez

    Moez TRIBE Member

    Saraste Conducts Mahler
    Wed. Feb. 6 at 8:00 PM
    Thu.. Feb. 7at 8:00 PM
    Sun. Feb. 9 at 7:00 PM
    Mon. Feb. 11 at 2:00 PM



    Jukka-Pekka Saraste, conductor
    Elisabeth Batiasvili, violin

    Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 4
    Mahler: Symphony No. 5




    Our Mahler mini-cycle continues with the Symphony No. 5, a Dantean journey from infernal darkness through cleansing purgatory, to eternal light and joy; the work is famous for its yearning Adagietto, used throughout Visconti's powerful film Death in Venice. Elisabeth Batiashvili, winner of the 1995 Sibelius Violin Competition, makes her TSO debut performing Mozart's exquisite Violin Concerto No. 4.




    would be a good one to go for. That violin concerto is so nice. I played it [​IMG]

    and also Mahler is excellent as well.

    Because before that date is Haydn's Creation which is beautiful as well, I have sung excerpts from it and it is beautiful, it will be a soloists:

    The Creation
    Thu. Jan. 31 at 8:00 PM
    Sat. Feb. 2 at 7:00 PM
    Sun. Feb. 3 at 3:00 PM


    Helmuth Rilling, conductor
    Donna Brown, soprano
    James Taylor, tenor
    Eric Owens, baritone
    University of Toronto Macmillan Singers, guest chorus
    Elmer Iseler Singers, guest chorus

    Haydn: Die Schöpfung ("The Creation")





    Helmuth Rilling, the world’s foremost specialist in the tradition of European choral conducting, is joined by a hand-picked cast of soloists in Haydn’s stunning oratorio. Influenced by Handel’s Messiah (which Haydn admired greatly), The Creation was composed in the heat of inspiration, and its vivid musical settings reflect the composer’s deep emotional involvement with his subject matter.

     

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