Baltimore Symphony Offers 15-Cent Tickets

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The Baltimore Symphony is commemorating the ninetieth anniversary of its first concert by offering 15-cent tickets, the price that the inaugural audience paid, reports the Baltimore Sun.

The catch is a $90 donation to the BSO's Anniversary Fund. Apart from the required contribution, patrons can only purchase four tickets at the 15-cent rate, and for a specific list of concerts at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. Purchases must also be made between February 10 and 12.

But for those willing to donate to the fund, the 15-cent ticket will buy the best seats available (excluding premier orchestra and box seats) for the specified concerts, which include several programs conducted by music director Yuri Temirkanov in March.

For more information call 410-783-8000 or visit baltimoresymphony.org/contribute.


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