Monday, March 8, 2010

Jump start in Oregon Symphony ticket sales for next season

At the Oregon Symphony concert on Saturday evening, president Elaine Calder told the audience that the orchestra has already sold $1.5 million of tickets for next season. That's great news for the orchestra, and it should give them a good head of steam before their appearance at Carnegie Hall.

1 comment:

curtis heikkinen said...

That was certainly good news Saturday evening. I just wish that there weren't so many empty seats this season. There have been many great concerts, such as this past weekend. I don't understand the attendance problem. There are frequent good deals on tickets and the orchestra books first-rate performers. The orchestra is also playing at a very high level. Come on Portlanders! This orchestra is too good to miss.