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The 8th deal of the week:
Sunday, May 30th at 2PM
Distinguished Concerts International New York presents Life and Remembrance in Honor of Memorial Day – The Music of Rutter, Thompson and Bizet. Sit back and enjoy the surroundings of Lincoln Center, the world’s leading performing arts center, and take in some of classical music’s finest for just $8 (reg. $20).
This special Memorial Day program features Frostiana, a mixed choral and piano piece, composed by Randall Thompson to commemorate the city of Amherst and the poet Robert Frost, who lived there. The program also includes John Rutter’s Requiem, an adaptation of the Roman Catholic Requiem Mass. The program concludes with Bizet’s Symphony in C Major, composed when Bizet was only 17 years old.
How to get your $8 tickets to this Memorial Day concert:
- ONLINE: CLICK HERE and enter promo code: DCIOL8 at checkout.
- PHONE: 212-721-6500 and mention promo code: DCIOL8
- IN PERSON: Print this offer or bring your text coupon to the box office (Lincoln Center Plaza; Broadway at 65th St.)
Pleasures and Perils
Sunday, May 23rd at 8:30 PM
CARNEGIE HALL, Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage
Distinguished Concerts International New York presents Pleasures and Perils featuring two stellar works – Orff’s Carmina Burana & Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass. Step into the lavish setting that is Carnegie Hall and save 50% on all seats with tickets as low as $10.
Pleasures and Perils show cases the esteemed talents of David Adams (Tenor) and Kirsten Allegri (Mezzo-Soprano), among other greats. Opera News raves David Adams’ performance as “Light and flexible and yet fiery and expressive!” National Public Radio on Mezzo Soprano, Kirsten Allegri, cites “If Allegri keeps this up, it won’t be long before she garners a reputation as the first great mezzo of the 21st century!”
BUY NOW AND SAVE 50% on all seats (Reg. $20, $60, $100)…
3 easy ways to get your discount:
- ONLINE: CLICK HERE and enter promo code: DCIT9043
- PHONE: Call CarnegieCharge at 212-247-7800 and mention promo code: DCIT9043
- IN PERSON: Print this offer or bring your text coupon to the Carnegie Hall box office (57th & 7th Ave)
Conditions: Both offers are subject to availability and certain restrictions/limits/blackouts may apply. Both offers may be revoked at any time. Both offers are valid on dates specified and may not be combined with other offers. Additional fees may apply to web or phone orders. For further information on these events please visit www.DCINY.org.