Seven Doors of UMS and the Chicago Symphony
By Sara BillmannTweet
On Wednesday, January 27, Pierre Boulez will conduct the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in Bartók’s Bluebeard’s Castle. The one-act opera tells the story of the lovely Judith, who has just eloped with her new husband, Bluebeard. They arrive at his castle, and Bluebeard tells Judith that the seven locked doors in his castle are private places not to be explored. Judith eventually convinces him to reconsider, and the seven doors are opened, revealing something horrible and terrifying behind each.
We thought we’d have some fun with the “seven doors,” so we’ve found seven doors in Ann Arbor that relate in some way to UMS or Chicago. We won’t insist that terror lurks behind these doors…in fact, if you can identify all seven, you’ll be entered to win a terrific package that includes swag from both UMS and the Chicago Symphony.
Contest ends on Monday, January 25 at 6 pm. To enter, identify each door and send your name and address to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 734-998-7526. One entry per person, please. Winner(s) will be selected and notified on Tuesday, January 26 via email.