FREE to attend MUSIC FROM PARIS at Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall.
Grammy Award-winning organist Paul Jacobs returns to Orange County with a delightful program of works by Parisian composers. Projected images allow a unique, up-close look at the master organist and the incredible 4,322-pipe William J. Gillespie Concert Organ
Limited to 4 attendees. I have 4 free tickets to attend the Organ Symphony (Pacific Symphony) at Segerstrom Concert Hall. Dinner attendance prior to the concert is required for this event.
Sorry but no +1.
Meet for dinner around 5:00 p.m. at Hokkaido Seafood Buffet (4200 Scott Drive, Newport Beach 92660) and around 6:45 p.m. carpool/drive to Segerstrom Concert Hall (the curvy all-glass building next to Segerstrom Hall.)
This event may be cross-posted in other meetup groups. The 1st 4 people (ideally 2 male + 2 female attendees) combined from all meetup groups I posted to rsvp will receive a free ticket. I will try to timely update rsvps here.
I have 2 Groupon deals described below. Each diner pays $12.50 + tax + tip for a dinner buffet + glass of wine/beer. I'm uncertain about tax but tip may be $2-3 per person based on the full value of $25 dinner/beverage per person.
(It's Cinco de Mayo but I couldn't pass up this nice Groupon Japanese/Asian dining deal. I may change it to a Mexican dining experience if I find something good in time.)
$25 for a Seafood Buffet for Two (Up to $48.98 Value)
Each diner receives a glass of wine or a 22-ounce Sapporo beer, along with unlimited access to a buffet of more than 150 hot and cold items—including specialty sushi, teppanyaki meats, and Mongolian-style barbecue.
Hokkaido Seafood Buffet
Before filling up a plate at Hokkaido Seafood Buffet, take a moment to meander past the seemingly boundless rows of fresh crawfish, jumbo crab legs, and oysters, or to marvel at chefs as they toss steak and chicken on fiery teppanyaki grills. Stroll past the sushi station to admire sushi masters as they nimbly slice fresh fish and crispy vegetables into colorful specialty rolls, then saunter by simmering trays of pan-Asian specialties such as fried rice and crunchy spring rolls. The vast buffet abounds with more than 150 hot and cold items, many of which were made with seafood purchased directly from local fisherman.
Paul Jacobs: Music from Paris
Paul Jacobs, organ
Vierne - Final from Symphony No. 1
Boulanger - Prelude in F
Duruflé - Suite, Op. 5
Messiaen - Livre du Saint Sacrement
Guilmant - Sonata in D Minor
Grammy Award winner Paul Jacobs returns to Orange County with a delightful program including works by Boulanger, Durufle, Guilmant, Messiaen and Vierne. Projected images allow a unique, up-close look at the master organist and the incredible instrument.