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      December 11, 2017

      Monday  12:00 AM - 1:30 AM

      501 Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard
      Portland, Oregon 97214

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      Aurora Chorus: Sweet Radiant Mystery

      Season ticket holders get preferred seating at the front of the main floor. Single-event tickets are for seats on the rest of the main floor and in the balcony.

      Discounted tickets are as follows and can only be purchased by calling the ticket line, by sending email or at the box-office. Due to verification requirements, advanced purchase of these tickets cannot be mailed and will be available at the will-call desk the day of the concert:

      - Arts for All tickets with SNAP cards (limit 2 tickets per card).

      - Work 4 Arts tickets are 2-for-1 with your Arts Card and photo ID (limit one free ticket per card).

      - Under-30 tickets are $10.

      We're sorry, but we are unable to offer refunds.

      Seating begins 15 minutes before the performance. Come down to the friendship hall beforehand to stay warm and dry. We happily accommodate patrons who arrive early and request assistance due to mobility challenges. Note that the balcony is accessible only by stairs.

      Since 1992, Aurora Chorus has honored the strength and beauty of women's lives through the fine art of choral singing. Aurora was founded on the belief that music can be a powerful instrument of peace--locally, globally, and in the hearts of all who sing and all who listen.

      Directed by renowned choral composer Joan Szymko, Aurora Chorus is comprised of 100 singers from the Portland/Vancouver metro area.

      Cost: Free - 22.00

      Categories: Concerts & Tour Dates

      Event details may change at any time, always check with the event organizer when planning to attend this event or purchase tickets.
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