Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall | Portland, Oregon
Are you set for an Orchestral spectacle like no other? The best Orchestra shows are unlike any other event as any music fanatic will tell you. Mark this date in your calendars: Monday 30th October 2023. Oregon Symphony: David Danzmayr - Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante will be playing live at the stunning Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland. Find out why everyone is calling this one of the finest Orchestral performances you can watch in 2023. Oregon Symphony: David Danzmayr - Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante is renowned for their breathtaking talent and unmatched quality - Oregon Symphony: David Danzmayr - Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante is widely considered as one of the greatest Orchestras of the modern day. Ensure you get your tickets now as events often sell out. Tickets available now – Click the button above to get yours!
Whenever Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall announces their upcoming events, music lovers in the know from all around the country free their schedules and travel to Portland for a night of exquisite orchestral entertainment. This October the iconic venue will rejoice them once again by showcasing the internationally renowned Oregon Symphony: David Danzmayr - Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante on their stage. The great artists will make a stop in the city as part of their country tour, and the hosts promise it will be even better than it sounds. This wouldn’t be a hard task as every single detail in the hall is designed with the greatest attention. Classical history emerges from every corner of the authentically decorated hall, soothing the visitors with its gentle whispers. The venue also ensures clean sightlines, perfect acoustics and comfortable seatings to deliver the ultimate viewing experience. And if you want to go the extra mile (literally and metaphorically) and make your Monday evening truly exclusive, we recommend also visiting the refined restaurants just around the corner. Just treat yourself with this can't-miss musical delight and book your seat now.