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Announced today, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is offering subscribers of BaltimoreOpera.com a 50% discount on tickets to Hearts, Cards & Carnival on March 25th (8pm) and 28th (3pm) and Pulcinella on March 27th (11am and 7pm). Get your tickets today as this offer expires March 27th.



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Exclusive Offer!
50% Off Tickets!*

As a loyal supporter of opera in Baltimore, the BSO would like to extend an EXCLUSIVE OFFER to attend one of these upcoming events at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall featuring operas by Barber and Gershwin and Vocalists of the Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program.

Login to BSOmusic.org using Promo Code 12286 to purchase your discounted tickets. You must login before adding tickets to your cart to view discounted ticket price. This offer is for online purchases only.

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Hearts, Cards & Carnival

Thu, March 25 at 8 pm
Sun, March 28 at 3 pm
Cards, games, dancers and puppets. This program in our late-winter carnival features concert presentations of two 20th-century American operas. One, by Samuel Barber, is sung over a game of cards in ten minutes, followed by Gershwin’s Blue Monday—mixing jazz, voice and Americana. The evening ends with Stravinsky’s ballet Pulcinella, its neo-classical music mirroring a puppet tale of madcap comedy.

Casual Concert: Pulcinella

Sat, March 27 at 11 am
It’s story time at the symphony—and not just for kids. Prokofiev’s classic tale Peter and the Wolf takes center stage in this concert of musical storytelling. The morning also includes a suite from Stravinsky’s ballet Pulcinella, its angular music mirroring a puppet tale of mad cap comedy. Pastries and coffee on sale starting at 10 am.

Off the Cuff: Pulcinella

Sat, March 27 at 7 pm
Thanks to radical works such as his Rite of Spring, Igor Stravinsky catapulted himself to fame by writing music for the ballet. Marin Alsop rips open another stunning Stravinsky ballet, Pulcinella, a witty re-invention of 18th century courtly dance music with a 1920′s twist, and a charming plot told in song and dance. Why is this work credited with being among the first examples of neo-classicism? What the heck is neo-classicism? No worries, Marin Alsop and the BSO have all your answers.

*All orders subject to availability. Offer expires March 27, 2010 at 1 p.m. Not valid on previously purchased tickets. Premium seating excluded. All sales final. No exchanges on discounted tickets. Handling fees may be added for Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall events.