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Valentine's Day Dinner and Ticket Giveaway 

Tue., Feb. 3 2009

Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
Julia Fischer, violin & leader
Sat., February 14, 8pm
Location: Zellerbach Hall (UC Berkeley Campus)
Tickets start at $38

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of this beloved musical institution that has produced definitive performances of great Baroque and classical masterworks. The orchestra is joined by violinst Julia Fischer, Gramophone's 2007 Artist of the Year.

Program: Britten/Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge; Bach/Violin Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, and Violin Concerto No. 2 in E Major; Walton/Sonata for Strings.

www.calperfs.berkeley.edu

Dinner at Café Venezia
Location: 1799 University Ave., Berkeley

Before taking in the Academy concert, celebrate with a delicious Italian meal at Café Venezia. Click here to see the café's special Valentine's Day Menu.

To win a $50 gift certificate to Café Venezia and two tickets to Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, email keyword "Valentine's Day" to eLerts@EastBayExpress.com

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