Win FREE Tickets to the Danish String Quartet @ SPAC

August 4th, 2017, 9:00 am by Greg

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s summer residency in Saratoga kicks off this Sunday (August 6) and runs through Tuesday, August 22. The chamber music concerts take place at Saratoga Performing Arts Center’s Spa Little Theater.

One of the highlights of the concert series is the Danish String Quartet, featuring Frederik Øland and Rune Tonsgaard Sørensen (violins), Asbjørn Nørgaard (viola) and Fredrik Schøyen Sjölin (cello).

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At 8pm on Tuesday (August 8), the quartet and special guests will perform a stellar program that includes Dvorák’s “Selected Slavonic Dances for Piano, Four Hands”; Sibelius’ “Suite in A major for Violin, Viola, and Cello”; Bartók’s “Quartet No. 1 for Strings, BB 52, Op. 7”; and Brahms’ “Quintet in F minor for Piano, Two Violins, Viola, and Cello, Op. 34.”

Tickets for each of the concerts are $40 & $45.

BUT WAIT… Have we got a deal for you! We’re giving away a pair of FREE TICKETS for the Tuesday concert to a lucky Nippertown reader! To enter the contest, just post a comment below. Please leave your email address, too. We won’t publish it, but we’ll use it to contact you if you win. The deadline to enter is 10:30am on Tuesday (August 8), and the winner will be selected at random and notified on Tuesday afternoon. Enter today! And good luck!
Congratulations to the winner, who has been notified by email.

7 thoughts on “Win FREE Tickets to the Danish String Quartet @ SPAC”

  1. Peter Olsen says:

    Denmark…pastry, ballet, and legos!

  2. Don says:

    Sounds like a great night.

  3. Marie says:

    Gotta love SPAC for bringing us such a variety of entertainment!

  4. Stephanie Kleindienst says:

    Sounds like a wonderful evening!

  5. Rebecca says:

    Would love to see this show!

  6. Dorothy Englander says:

    A wonderful Danish couple, visiting Gloucester MA, recently befriended me while we were all dining overlooking Gloucester harbor. How exciting to be able to tell them that I had just attended this performance by the Danish String Quartet. I already love things Danish, enjoying my vintage Georg Jensen silver and my Dansk carving set, both bargain purchases as a young army bride in Europe, 1959.

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