Other Unique Deals

Avery Fisher Hall: THE COMPOSER IS DEAD Show Tickets At 35% Off!

$24
No longer
available
Value
$37
Discount
35%
You Save
$13
The deal ended at:
12:00
05/16/14

Deal Details:

  • Can buy multiple tickets for yourself or as gifts
  • Cannot be combined with other offers
  • Does not apply to previously purchased tickets
  • Valid only for the date/time purchased
  • All sales are final: no refunds or exchanges

Please bring your voucher to Avery Fisher Hall (Lincoln Center) within one hour before the concert. You will exchange it for the ticket in your seating section.

Deal Highlights:


Little Orchestra Society: THE COMPOSER IS DEAD Show Tickets Up To 35% Off!

  • Saturday, May 17, 2014, 11 AM & 1 PM
  • Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center
  • Choose from 3 Ticket Options

Watch the PROMO



The Company

Avery Fisher Hall
website

10 Lincoln Center Plaza,
New York, NY 10023

View larger map

In the vein of his wildly popular book series, A Series of Unfortunate Events, which was adapted into a feature length film in 2004, Lemony Snicket’s The Composer is Dead invites audiences to join “The Inspector” as he investigates the mystery by playfully interrogating suspects in every section of the orchestra. The wonderful music by Nathaniel Stookey introduces audiences to the instruments in the orchestra.


  • About the Deal:

Little Orchestra Society: THE COMPOSER IS DEAD Show Tickets Up To 35% Off!

- Saturday, May 17, 2014, 11 AM & 1 PM
- Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center
- Choose from 3 Ticket Options


  • About Ticket Prices:

- $47 for Center Orchestra / 1st Tier Box ($67 Value)
- $39 for 1st Tier Center / Side Orchestra Seats ($57 Value)
- $24 for Second Tier Seats ($37 Value)

  • About THE COMPOSER IS DEAD Show

In this delightfully wry murder mystery, everyone seems to have a motive, everyone has an alibi, and nearly everyone has a musical instrument. But the composer is still dead. Help us solve this musical mystery! Book by Daniel Handler (Lemony Snicket) and music by Nathaniel Stookey. The Orchestra also presents the New York Premiere of Embrace by Brooklyn composer Kenji Bunch. This concerto was written to celebrate the theme of “family”, and features Tracy Silverman on electric violin.

“The Composer has many enemies lurking in the Orchestra,” Snicket writes. “I will find them if they are lurking in the strings. I will find them if they are lurking in the brass. I will find them if they are lurking in the woodwinds. I will find them if they are lurking in the percussion section. I will find them wherever…wherever they are lurking.”

  • About the Participants:

- JAMES JUDD, conductor
- JOHN TARTAGLIA, narrator
- NATHANIEL STOOKEY, composer
- DANIEL HANDLER, author
- KENJI BUNCH, composer
- TRACY SILVERMAN, electric violin

  • Watch the Promo Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPBDHnlhvSQ&feature=youtube_gdata_player

  • About Little Orchestra Society:

Celebrating 65 years of performances this season, Little Orchestra Society shares the vitality of live classical music and seeks to build future audiences by presenting innovative concerts that incorporate multiple art forms to foster a deeper understanding and enjoyment of music. The Society’s goal is to engage young viewers and make the fascinating world of classical music both fun and interactive.


  • About Your Voucher/Redemption:

Please bring your voucher to the Avery Fisher Hall (Lincoln Center) within one hour before the concert. You will exchange it for the ticket in your seating section.

  • Do You Have Questions?

Please e-mail support@myrussiandeal.com