Win tickets to Fresno Philharmonic’s final concert of the season

The Fresno Philharmonic closes out a joyfully live season on Sunday, May 8, with a concert celebrating the robust Mahler Symphony No. 1 in D Major (“Titan”), along with “D’un matin de Printemps” by Lili Boulanger.

You can win a pair of tickets to the 3 p.m. event at Saroyan Theatre.

After spending the pandemic offering online concerts and, later on, smaller ensembles at Shaghoian Hall, the Mahler concert promises big sound on a large stage. Rei Hotoda conducts.

The contest is open to members, donors and individual sponsors of The Munro Review.

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For details on how to join, go to the Membership and Sponsorship page. No purchase, donation or membership is necessary to enter the ticket giveaway.


To enter the giveaway, leave a reply on this post answering this question: Have you gotten the chance to see Rei Hotoda conduct in the Saroyan Theatre? (Or, if you’d prefer, just tell me why you want to see the show.) Leave your entry in the comment field below. Deadline to enter is 9 p.m. Friday, May 6. The winner will be picked at random and notified by email.

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Covering the arts online in the central San Joaquin Valley and beyond. Lover of theater, classical music, visual arts, the literary arts and all creative endeavors. Former Fresno Bee arts critic and columnist. Graduate of Columbia University and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Excited to be exploring the new world of arts journalism.

Comments (2)

  • Gloria Broug-stevenson

    I would love to be in the presence of Ray Hototo conducting! And what is symphony to in the season! Thank you for all you doTwo keep the arts present in our community, Gloria

  • Don R Simmons

    Sure would like to be able to sit in the Saroyan again! (it’s been a very long time!). Live music can’t be replaced on a screen:).


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