(Yes, I’m spamming my journal this morning, because I can, all right?)
This Sunday night (that’s April 2, 2006) at 19h30, the Lakeshore Chamber Orchestra will be presenting an all-Mozart spring concert the Valois United Church. On the programme are:
Cosi fan Tutte overture, K 588
Adagio from the Clarient Concerto, K 622
Three German Dances, K 605
Romanze for soloist and orchestra (from the horn concerto, transcribed for cello), K 447
Three Marches, K 408
Symphony no. 35 in D Major, K 385
Admission is $10 per person; if you’re under 18 you get in free. The concerts usually last a couple of hours, a bit longer if there’s an intermission.
Valois United Church is on the corner of King and Belmont in Valois, Pointe-Claire. Here’s a map if you’re driving, and directions for metro and bus if you’re public tranport-ing.
This is a wonderful way to spend a spring evening. While there’s public transport directions here for you, I usually encourage people who are carless to find someone who has a car and share the cost of the driver’s ticket among them. It’s more fun to enjoy the evening in the company of others. (Here’s a map for you driver-types.)
See you there!