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ANNOUNCING THE 2023-24 SEASON!

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Saturday, October 15 2022
7:30pm
Merrill Auditorium

Program

Tie Your Mother Down

Another One Bites the Dust

I Want It All

Killer Queen

Stone Cold Crazy

Who Wants to Live Forever?

Fat Bottomed Girls

Crazy Little Thing Called Love

Somebody to Love

Bohemian Rhapsody

All artists, programs, and dates are subject to change.

Celebrate the immortal music of Queen! Renowned conductor Brent Havens joins your Portland Symphony Orchestra for an unforgettable weekend featuring epic arrangements of the British supergroup’s top hits. Relive chart-busting songs from albums such as Classic Queen, A Night at the Opera, Sheer Heart Attack, Jazz, News of the World, A Kind of Magic, The Works and more.


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Brent Havens guest conductor

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Justin Sargent vocals

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THE 2023-24 SEASON

Individual tickets available for sale on August 7.

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Bring your class to a youth concert

This year’s Youth Concert will feature a performance of Carnival of the Animals: Remix, an engaging and reimagined version of Saint-Saëns’ famous work. Featuring local artists including a rapper, a Native American flute player, and an erhu player, this interactive daytime performance is perfect for all elementary students (K-4).

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