NOW OFFERING TWO SERIES
In addition to a series of six evening concerts, we have also added a series of three family-friendly matinees. The evening concerts are geared towards a more mature audience, while the family-friendly matinees feature a shorter version of the evening program and are designed for children of all ages. Music lovers can subscribe to either of these series at special season prices.
2012-2013 EVENTS SCHEDULE
Family Matinee: Saturday, October 6 2:00-3:00pm
Evening Concert: Saturday, October 6 5:00-7:00pm
Open Dress Rehearsal: Friday, November 23 7:30-9:00pm
Evening Concert: Saturday, November 24 7:30-9:00pm
Family Matinee: Sunday, December 16 2:00-3:00pm
Evening Concerts: Friday, December 14 & Saturday, December 15 7:30-9:00pm
Family Matinee: Saturday, February 16 2:00-3:00pm
Open Dress Rehearsal: Friday, February 15 7:30-9:00pm
Evening Concert: Saturday, February 16 7:30-9:00pm
Master Class: Sunday, February 17 1:00-2:30pm
Evening Concert: Saturday, April 27 7:30-9:00pm
Family Matinee: July, TBA
Dress Rehearsal: July, TBA
Evening Concert: July, TBA
Master Class: July, TBA
PASS HOLDER BENEFITS
With a Season Pass, it’s easy to get the most out of what our season offers. Here are just some of the benefits of being a Season Pass Holder:
Pick Your Seat and Keep It*
Purchase a Season Pass to the 2012-2013 season of six concerts, pick your seat, and keep it for the entire season. Check out the seating chart and pick your lucky number.
Get a Free Ticket
Purchase a Season Pass, and receive six tickets for the price of five (or three for the price of two for the Family Matinee series).
Get Unlimited Access*
As a Season Pass Holder you are entitled to free access to auxiliary events such as open dress rehearsals and master classes. And if you can’t make an evening concert, you can trade your evening ticket in for a ticket to the family matinee. (Family matinees have no reserved seating.)
Be a Series Supporter
By purchasing a Season Pass, you are helping to support the classical music program. Presently, one-third of the series budget is paid for through ticket sales and the rest is funded through generous donations from individuals like you. As a pass holder, you can rest assured that your purchase of a Season Pass will help to support the greater classical music program.
Pass holders for the evening concerts can trade their tickets in for admission to a matinee performance. Unfortunately, we cannot refund tickets. However, if you are a Season Pass holder and cannot make one of the events, consider donating your ticket back to the series for resale. The sale value of your ticket qualifies as a tax deductible donation!
*Evening Concert Passes Only
SEASON PASS FEES
To purchase your pass, stop by the Blue Sage Gallery at 226-228 Grand Ave. in downtown Paonia or call (970) 527-7243.