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Gershwin & Bernstein Centennial Celebration Concert

Gershwin & Bernstein Centennial Celebration Concert
Sat. Oct 6, 2018 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Monteabaro Recital Hall

Saturday, October 6 at 7:30 PM
Gershwin & Bernstein Centennial Celebration Concert

Yoon Young Bae, Violin
Yoon Nah Cho, Cello
Wei-Der Huang, Piano
Yi-Hsin Cindy Lin, Violin
Melissa Lindon, Flute
Lorriana Markovic, Soprano
Hsien-Ann Meng, Piano
Christine O’Meally, Soprano
Lisa Rehwoldt, Piano

HCC Music Faculty celebrate the Centennial Anniversary of these two great American composers by performing their most beloved works for flute, piano, violin, and voice

Ticket Information: 

Advanced Ticket Prices (valid up to September 29, 2018)

  • Adults: $16.00
  • Seniors & Military: $10.00
  • Students with ID: $5.00
  • Group (6 or more tickets); $12.00

Regular Ticket Prices (valid from September 30 - October 6, 2018)

  • Adults: $18.00
  • Seniors & Military: $12.00
  • Students with ID: $7.00
  • Group (6 or more tickets); $12.00

Online Tickets (*advance ticket prices are available online 24 hours/day)

Box Office

Ticket Information

Group rate for 6 or more people: $12/person. Use code "GROUP6" to access group pricing online

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Ticket may be purchased during normal operating hours. All sales are final. The Horowitz Center Box office does not issue refunds. All patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket.

Print-at-Home & Mobile Tickets 
We have an exciting new option for ticket sales. Instead of getting a physical (hard) ticket from the Horowitz Center Box Office, patrons can now print tickets at home minutes after making your purchase. 

More information

Box Office Operating Hours
Tuesday through Friday:  Noon to 5PM and 90 minutes prior to all Horowitz Center ticketed events. 
(p) 443-518-1500

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