Concert: Turkish Delight: 7pm
Mozart’s own wind arrangement of his opera Abduction from the Seraglio, along with other party delights from Vienna’s 18th-century Turkish craze. Experience the wcfsymphony winds up close in the intimate Brown Derby Ballroom, just the way Mozart’s audience would have!
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Abduction from the Seraglio, Selected movements from the Donaueschinger Harmoniemusik
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Alla turca, Finale from K 331 arranged by C.A. Goepfert (1768-1818)
Louis Spohr – Notturno in C, Op. 34, Selected movements
Michael Haydn – Marcia Turchesca
Due to the forecast of bitterly cold temperatures, the Turkish Delight concerts have been postponed to May 11. Your tickets purchased for this event will be honored at the May 11 performance. You do not need to take any further action if you wish to keep your tickets. Questions regarding your tickets and options may be directed to UNItix at 319-273-4849. Below are all options available for you as a ticket holder:
- Use your tickets for the May 11 concert (no action needed)
- Return tickets and receive a gift certificate for a future concert
- Receive a refund
- Make a donation with the value of your tickets
This concert will include a “between party”! Join your symphony friends at the Marin Gallery, located at 615 Sycamore Street in downtown Waterloo, between 5:30pm and 7pm. Janice Marin, Cedar Valley visual artist and gallery founder, will open her lovely gallery for this party just steps away from the Brown Derby! Join us for an evening of appetizers, drinks, art, conversation, and chamber music. Reservations are essential since space is limited. Up to 80 reservations will be accepted. Cost is $20 per person for Upbeat members and $25 per person for Non-Upbeat members. You may RSVP by filling out this form, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling the office at 319-273-3373. Reservations previously made for the Marin Gallery reception will also be honored on May 11. Questions regarding the reception may be directed to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Symphony office at 319-273-3373.