Announcing: David Allen Wehr Performs United Way Benefit Concert for City Music Center
David Allen Wehr has expertly programmed a special concert of romantic solo piano music to accompany your Valentine's Day plans! Repertoire will include:
- Beethoven: Für Elise
- Rachmaninoff: Serenade
- Schumann: Romance
- Liszt: Love's Dream (Liebestraume #3)
- Chopin: Barcarolle
This particular installment of the Virtual Bluff Series will double as a benefit concert for the United Way and our very own City Music Center. While most Virtual Bluff content is free, tickets for this event are $15, and all proceeds go directly to our City Music Center via the United Way.
Only one ticket per household is needed, and the concert can be viewed on-demand following its release on Friday, February 12 (Valentine's Day) at 6 p.m.
In order to purchase your ticket, please visit duq.edu/uw-music before noon on February 12. Those who purchase tickets will receive an email later that afternoon with a link to the performance.
Questions? Email Steve Groves (Director of Music Engagement, Events, and Marketing) at email@example.com.
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