My previous post finally disappeared. Many thanks to all the recommends that kept it up and visible for so long. 🙂
Here is the information again:
On Sunday April 11th at 8 pm, the Dudley House Orchestra will be playing in Sanders Theater in Cambridge. While it is true that I will be playing timpani, don’t let that scare you because the rest of the orchestra is quite awesome.
April 11th, 8 pm
Nikolai Rimsky Korsakov – Easter Ouverture
Bert Van Herck – New Work
Ludwig Van Beethoven – Symphony No. 7 in A Major
Tickets $10 (general public), $7 (students, seniors, Harvard ID holders) or at the door (space permitting) $12 (general public), $10 (students, seniors, Harvard ID holders) available at the Harvard Box Office or at the door (space permitting).
Free parking for Sanders Theater events is available at the Broadway Garage at the corner of Broadway and Felton Streets, from one hour pre-performance to one hour post-performance.
I normally just alert my friends to upcoming concert dates and leave it at that. In this case, however, I really do recommend this as a great concert. I think that this is an excellent program (I’ve been trying to get someone to do Beethoven 7 for years), with an excellent group and the performance hall is awesome.