This spring, San Diego Symphony will host an array of concerts including the guitar-playing Romero quartet, a family of dazzling pianists and a silent movie night with live organ accompaniment. Subscribers can now purchase tickets to these shows and more for 50% off regular prices with available dates, including weekends, through May.
Discounted ticket prices range from $15-$50 (reg. $30-$100) for the following performances at Copley Symphony Hall:
Brahms' Violin Concerto -- April 12 & 14
In addition to Brahms' Concerto, this concert features Schubert's Symphony No. 5, Webern's "Im Sommerwind" and Japanese violin virtuoso Kyoko Takezawa.
The 5 Browns -- April 19 & 20
The acclaimed five Brown siblings put their piano skills on display at Copley Hall, with everything from Mozart, Lizst and Chopin to pop culture staples like "Star Wars" and "The Sound of Music."
Olga Kern Plays Racmaninoff -- May 3-5
Featuring pianist Olga Kern who the NY Times called "an absolute whiz at the piano" this concert includes Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 1 and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4.
Silent Film Night: "My Best Girl" -- May 11
Copley Hall originally opened as The Fox Theatre, and subscribers can now experience a silent film on the big screen with live organ accompaniment. Organ master Russ Peck will play along with the 1927 movie "My Best Girl" on the Fox Theatre Organ.
The Romeros Return -- May 17 & 19
Regarding the guitar-playing Romero family, the NY Times wrote, "one of the enduring mysteries of musical talent is how skills seem to flow genetically from musical parent to musical child. In the Romero family the flow has been swift and unimpeded."
Travelzoo Tip: "The 5 Browns" performances are part of "The City Lights" program, during which you can purchase cocktails to enjoy in the Hall and stay post-concert for a dance party with a DJ.