UPDATE: CONTEST OVER; TWO WINNERS HAVE EMERGED FRIM THE CYBER ETHER. STAY TUNED FOR MORE PRIZES
Please excuse the short notice, dear bloggie brethren, but I've got two pairs of tickets to a Baltimore Symphony Orchestra concert with music director Marin Alsop, and I'll give them to the first two people who request them. (These are courtesy of the marketing folks at Baltimore Sun Media Group.) Just be sure to fill out your email address when you use the comment section to post your request, so I can contact you.
There is one tiny little catch. These tickets are for
Saturday MORNING's program -- Feb. 13 -- at the Meyerhoff. But, hey, if you've been stuck at home because of the snow, you should be ready to jump at any opportunity for diversion. And I'll make it a little easier by putting the tickets at Will Call for you.
This BSO "Casual Concert" at 11 a.m. Saturday features "Ansel Adams: America," composed by jazz legend Dave Brubeck and his son Chris; this multi-media work will include the projection of some Adams photographs. Rounding out the program is the vivid symphony from 1934 that Paul Hindemith created out of music from his opera "Mathis der Maler."