Cornell Concert Series single tickets to go on sale Aug. 16
From the luminous sounds of the Maria Schneider Orchestra to an epic Beethoven weekend with distinguished American master Leon Fleisher, the Cornell Concert Series brings a 108th year of internationally-acclaimed concert artists to Cornell University’s Bailey Hall. Subscription sales began in the spring, and package orders will continue to be accepted up until the first concerts, but single tickets will now also go on sale for all eight of the individual events. This includes spring 2011 performances by Savion Glover, the dynamic tap-dancer, and the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra in a full symphonic program of Russian repertoire.
Ticket Center Ithaca, downtown in Center Ithaca on The Commons, will commence personalized telephone and in-person sales for all 2010-11 CCS single tickets on Monday, Aug. 16. On-line patrons can expect advance self-service sales the week prior. Those interested in receiving notification of the special on-line pre-sale date should visit www.CornellConcertSeries.com and sign up for the e-mailing list.
The 2010-11 season presents a wide range of art music from traditional to modern, and creative explorations of both. A special example of the latter will be Italian pianist Marino Formenti’s recital in the intimacy of Barnes Hall. All other CCS events will take place in Bailey Hall.
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