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GIVEAWAY | Win Two Tickets To See Love, Sex & Brahms At Betty Oliphant Theatre

By Ludwig Van on March 2, 2017

Coleman Lemieux & Compagnie (CLC) presents the expanded version of choreographer James  Kudelka’s Dora Award-winning Love, Sex & Brahms. The official world premiere will see the addition of the remaining five of Brahms’ Intermezzi for solo piano and involves some of the leading names in Canadian dance. Performed to solo piano played live by Andrew Burashko, Love, Sex & Brahms will feature famed ballerina Evelyn Hart, eight CLC company dancers, and Sarkis  (the puppet) in the role of the enigmatic host.

Courtesy of Coleman Lemieux & Compagnie and The Betty Oliphant Theatre, we’re giving away a set of two tickets to one lucky reader. A $50 value!

The concert is on March. 16, 8:00 p.m. at The Betty Oliphant Theatre and features pianist Andrew Burashko.

Concert details found, here.

To enter just fill out the form below with your name and mailing address and follow us on Twitter @MusicalToronto and RT this Tweet:

https://www.facebook.com/LudwigVanToronto/status/837360425591255040

This contest is open to Canadian residents only.

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The contest will run until Friday, March 10 at 3 p.m. EDT. The winner will be chosen at random and contacted via email with details.

Please note: No purchase or payment is required. There will be only one winner unless more are specified. If the competition winner makes no contact with one day of notification, the prize may be awarded to an alternative winner. Winners are selected at random. Prizes are non-transferable, and there is no cash value. Tickets must be picked-up in person at the venue on the date of the performance (ID Required).

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