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Enter to win a pair of tickets to see Oakland East Bay Symphony presenting "Notes from the Middle East"!
 


Notes from the Middle East
Saturday, April 20, 8 pm

Michael Morgan, Conductor

Oakland Easy Bay Symphony's April concert continues their "virtual world tour" of music from other cultures and parts of the world with a visit to the Middle East.

The program opens with Egyptian composer Nader Abbassi's The Nile Bride, a tone poem based on an ancient Egyptian legend. Israeli-American conductor Daniel Alfred Wachs will lead the orchestra in its performance of The Nile Bride, as well as of Astrolatry, a work written by one of Israel's most successful composers, Avner Dorman.

Michael Morgan will lead OEBS's first performance of Grieg's Piano Concerto, featuring Israeli soloist Eliran Avni. He will also conduct Ya Way Li a work by Palestinian-American composer John Bisharat. To learn more, click here.
 

All this week you can enter-to-win a pair of tickets to see Oakland East Bay Symphony presenting "Notes from the Middle East at Paramount Theatre in Oakland on Saturday, April 20, 8pm. Simply enter the information below for your chance to win! Good luck!
 
 
*Enteries must be received by Sunday, April 7, 11:59pm.

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