What could be better on a mid-winter's night than a warm evening with the music of Mozart! The Quad City Symphony Orchestra celebrates the 254th birthday of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart with its annual Mid-Winter Chamber Music concert at the Outing Club in Davenport on Saturday, January 16, at 8 pm. The concert features Concertmaster Allen Ohmes, Associate Concertmaster Dawn Marino-Ohmes, Principal Viola Deborah Dakin, Viola Michael Kimber, Principal Cello Hannah Holman, and Music Director and Cello Mark Russell Smith. The evening's repertoire will include Mozart's Quartet in F Major and Brahms' String Sextet in B-flat Major. This concert is sponsored by the Charles B. Preacher Foundation.

Before an evening of fine music, dine at the Outing Club for just $30 per person. Reservations can be made through the Outing Club at 563.324.5284. Non-Outing Club members are welcome and credit cards are accepted. Reservations must be made by January 13. The dinner includes a butternut squash bisque served with a firecracker muffin, a duet of filet of beef tenderloin and mahi-mahi, braised wild mushrooms, garlic roasted Yukon Gold potato wedges laced with an apple-brandy demi-glace, steamed baby carrots and asparagus, all followed by a caramel pecan fudge torte.

Tickets for this concert can be purchased at www.QCSymphony.com, 800.745.3000, and all Ticketmaster outlets. Dinner reservations should be made directly through the Outing Club at 563.324.5284.
Who: Quad City Symphony Orchestra
What: Mid-Winter Chamber Music
Where: The Outing Club, Davenport
When: January 16, 2010 at 8 PM
Tickets: $27; Students $7
Contact: 563.322.QCSO (7276) or www.qcsymphony.com


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