Friday, November 22, 2013

"The Princess and the Firebird" at Woolsey Hall

New Haven: If you think you have nothing to do tomorrow night, think again. You most certainly do! Grab a friend or a date and enjoy a concert performed by the New Haven Symphony Orchestra entitled "The Princess and the Firebird".

"The Princess and the Firebird" takes place Saturday, November 23rd from 7:30-9:30pm, and the performance is conducted by award-winning William Boughton. Tickets range from $15 - $69 and may be purchased online.

From the NHSO website:

An evening of incandescent ballet music from Russia and France brings Stravinksy’s Firebird, Delibes’s dancing doll, and Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty to life.

Léo DELIBES - Excerpts from Coppélia Suite
Jean FRANÇAIX - The Flower Clock
Piotr Ilych TCHAIKOVSKY - Panorama & Waltz from Sleeping Beauty Suite, op. 66a
Igor STRAVINSKY - The Firebird Suite
Downtown New Haven is known for its lively restaurant and nightlife scene on Saturday night, but if you're looking for another outlet, I encourage you to check out this performance from the New Haven Symphony Orchestra -- the 4th oldest orchestra in the United States!

Woolsey Hall
500 College Street
New Haven, CT 06511
Directions to Woolsey Hall

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