Wednesday, March 24, 2010

2 FREE TICKETS to AL Symphony tomorrow 7PM - "Crouching Tiger"

TWO FREE TICKETS TO THE FIRST TO EMAIL THE CHAMBER (by clicking here) to the ultra cool Symphony 7 concert with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra. Symphony 7 is an innovative concert series with music that defies classification and bridges the gulf between genres and styles.

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Thursday, March 25
6 PM Drinks
7 PM Concert
8 PM After Party
Alys Stephens Center
Jemison Concert Hall
Sponsored by Energen and CBS 42

An-Lun Huang Saibei Dance
Tyzen Hsiao An Angel from Formosa
Toru Takemitsu Three Film Scores
Tan Dun Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Concerto

East meets West and past meets present in a stunning concert of Asian film music. George Gao, master of the erhu (a traditional Chinese bowed string instrument), performs Tan Dun's Crouching Tiger Concerto and “exciting young talent” Mei-Ann Chen conducts.

It's Perfect Weather for a Party on the ASO Patio

Come early and stay late! There's a pre-party beginning at 6 p.m. and post party in the ASC's Outdoor Courtyard featuring appetizers from Jim and Nick's. DJ Mark Marquis will be spinning the tunes, which will feature cool, exotic electronica and house music with an Eastern flair.*Enter to win a $500 gift certificate from Diamonds Direct and a Vespa from Bogart's Motor Sports, and bid on an original painting by Paul Cordes Wilm of Naked Art Gallery, commissioned for Symphony 7.

*Must be present to win.

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