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Classical Revolution PDX Presents Bachxing Day

BRETT CAMPBELL
$10 advance, $12 day of show, $5 students and seniors., Thursday December 26 | Under 21 permitted with legal guardian.
Alberta Rose Theatre
3000 NE Alberta St.
 
[BACHANALIA] While much of the English-speaking world celebrates Boxing Day, punny PDX has its own annual post-Christmas classical music tradition, Bachxing Day, in which musicians from the CRPDX community play music by Johann Sebastian (recently revealed in a new bio to be something of a punkish pugilist himself). This performance includes his “Peasant Cantata,” Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 and works for keyboard, flute and strings and music by his extended family—including a disaster piece by his reprobate fictional offspring, PDQ. 

Where: Alberta Rose Theatre
Phone: 719-6055
Address: 3000 NE Alberta St.
Website: albertarosetheatre.com/

 
 
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