February 24: Oregon Symphony – Germany's Max Raabe & The Palast Orchestra Bring A Taste Of The ‘20s To Town


Max Raabe Live – You're the cream in my coffee…

From our partners at Oregon Symphony:

It's a night out with the Oregon Symphony and our special guests, Max Raabe and the Palast Orchestra.

Step back in time with us to the cabarets of old Berlin. When Germany's Max Raabe and the Palast Orchestra bring a taste of the ‘20s to town, it'll be an evening so enchanting, you'd half expect it to be in black and white.

Date: Wednesday, Feb. 24 – 7:30 p.m.

Pre-concert Meet-up Event: 5 to 6:30 p.m. Get dolled up in your ‘20s and ‘30s period best and meet up with the rest of us Kats and Kittens at Nel Centro, (nelcentro.com) for some no-host pre-concert libations and nibbles.

Pick up tickets online here or call the Oregon Symphony Ticket Office to purchase 503-228-1353.

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One Response to February 24: Oregon Symphony – Germany's Max Raabe & The Palast Orchestra Bring A Taste Of The ‘20s To Town

  1. Brendan McNally February 18, 2010 at 18:49 #

    Moin, Moin from Texas!
    If you like Max’ music and the Golden entertainment of the 1920s, you might like Brendan McNally’s dark comic novel “Germania” (Simon & Schuster, 2009), about the Flying Magical Loerber Brothers, four somewhat magical, Jewish vaudeville entertainers and onetime child stars who were the toast of Berlin before WWII and who reunite during the surreal, three-week “Flensburg Reich” of Admiral Doenitz, Hitler’s very unlucky successor.

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