Portland Concert Goers Group Message Board › Oregon Symphony "Party of Note" Jan. 25th now just $25 !!
Good news! Friends of the Oregon Symphony is offering a one-time special for the Jan. 25th Party of Note: just $25 (regularly $60 and up) !!
Don't miss this opportunity to experience some of the musicians from our wonderful Orchestra "live" in a private mini-concert, in a lovely private home in Beaverton.
Dinner and Performance- Fundraiser for the Oregon Symphony!
Friday, Jan. 25th at 7:30pm
"Amazing Bass, How Sweet the Sound"
As a sequel to last year's "Not Just Another Pretty Bass," this intimate performance will feature Ted Botsford playing genre-bending solo bass music and in duets with OSO members Brian Johnson (bass) and Sergio Carreno (percussion). Ted will be playing music influenced by jazz, latin and classical genres that highlights the sonic versatility of the bass. Of course, it's hard to take this concert too seriously when there are pieces called "Parade of the Politically Prudent Pigs" and "Crazy Course" on the program. It's sure to be a fun evening for everyone!
Held at the lovely Beaverton-area home of Forrest and Lael Seitz. Address and directions will be provided after registration.
Sale price of just $25 per person!
RSVP by emailing Allison Howard at firstname.lastname@example.org and mention you are from Phil Mandel's group.
Hurry -- at this price, it's sure to sell out quickly!
Be sure to RSVP for this Meetup AFTER making arrangements with Allison. Thanks!