Dudley Moore slated to play with BSO

January 03, 1992|By Winifred Walsh

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is kicking off the 1992 year with several musical celebrations at Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, including a possible Martell Cordon Bleu Concert Series program featuring "The Art of Dudley Moore."

The actor and pianist is tentatively scheduled to play a program of classical music and other compositions the evening of Feb. 23, according to Megan de Pencier of the BSO's public relations department.

Among the pieces Mr. Moore is scheduled to play are a Mozart piano concerto and George Gershwin's "Rhapsody In Blue."

The concert will be a benefit for the BSO musicians' pension fund.

Tickets for subscribers and donors are on sale now. Tickets for the general public will be sold beginning Jan. 12. Admission prices are $16, $23, $28 and $33. Box seats are available at $100 a person, which include an after-performance dinner with Mr. Moore.

For further information, call 783-8000.

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