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Vancouver Symphony Orchestra - more $10 tickets for Jan

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Vancouver Symphony Orchestra - more $10 tickets for Jan

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Super cheap date idea to take in some culture!

Last edited by vivian58 on Jan 12th, 2018 2:13 am, edited 4 times in total.
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This is great and I recommend everyone to give it a try, Doesn't hurt to take a break from movies, gaming, tv drama/netflix and enjoy live musical performance ! You are also supporting Vancouver symphony in a way :D
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Thanks, I've been wanting to go for a while!
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never been to a concert, what ppl wear? suit? what seats are good in The Orpheum
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daikon wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 4:21 am
never been to a concert, what ppl wear? suit? what seats are good in The Orpheum
Q: Is there a dress code at Symphony concerts?
A: No there is not, unless the concert is a gala special event. Casual attire is acceptable within the limits of cleanliness and propriety. Getting all gussied up for a big night out with that special someone can be great fun!

http://www.vancouversymphony.ca/concerts/ticketing-faq/
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daikon wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 4:21 am
never been to a concert, what ppl wear? suit? what seats are good in The Orpheum
If the Vancouver Symphony crowd is anything like the Toronto crowd, if you wear a suit, I can tell you you will likely be only one of a handful wearing one. After having not attended a Toronto performance in many years, I went last year and felt overdressed in dress shirt/dress pants compared to the others in attendance. I wouldn't exactly show up in a track suit, but even jeans and a button-up shirt should be fine.
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toguy wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 5:28 am
If the Vancouver Symphony crowd is anything like the Toronto crowd, if you wear a suit, I can tell you you will likely be only one of a handful wearing one. After having not attended a Toronto performance in many years, I went last year and felt overdressed in dress shirt/dress pants compared to the others in attendance. I wouldn't exactly show up in a track suit, but even jeans and a button-up shirt should be fine.
I know what you mean. We dressed up fairly nicely and were very out of place. I was able to put my blazer in the car and she wore a simple black dress but there were people there in jeans and t-shirts. I was very taken aback by it. Went to a gala event though and everyone there was dressed much nicer.
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They are also playing Brahms' no. 1. One of his best. If they are having trouble selling this program, they must be really hurting in attendance.
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Thanks OP, in for 2. Always wanted to go, really looking forward to this!

Sybil: You could have had them both done by now if you hadn't spent the whole morning skulking in there listening to that racket.
Basil: Racket? That's Brahms! Brahms' Third Racket!
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Booked for the 15th, thanks for the heads up.
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What area is the best to sit?
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Thanks op. Always trying to be more cultured and supporting of the arts.
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Thanks oP!
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