‘Bargainous Tickets’ for students

Posted on February 22, 2010

Musolife.com highlights Manchester Camerata’s ticket bargains for students

Manchester Camerata offers “bargainous tickets” to students

“Ukrainian violinist Valeriy Sokolov is one of classical music’s brightest young things – and, alongside critics, who declared his performance at the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) in January a triumph, it seems he’s got concert promoters eating out of the palm of his hand, too.

The 24-year-old up-and-comer is set to play not one but two concerts in Manchester over the next couple of months – one with the Manchester Camerata at the Bridgewater Hall on 13 March and the other with the Hallé orchestra, also at the Bridgewater Hall, on 15 April.

There’s no excuse not to see the young star, either, as for the March event students can take advantage of Manchester’s Sonic Card scheme, which allows discounted entry into a number of the Camerata’s concerts.

For students in possession of a Sonic Card, the ticket price for the 13 March concert is a mere £3.

Obtaining a Sonic Card membership is free, and can be done online at their website or in person at one of their affiliated events.

Sonic Card membership also allows discounted entry to a number of RNCM and BBC Philharmonic events.”

To read more about the Classic Exchanges concert on 13 March 2010 click here

To see the rest of this Musolife article click here