Met Picks: Last Chance!

Coming — and going — this weekend: Cafe Nordo, Wolfmother, and more

By Laura Dannen November 18, 2009

LAST CHANCE to enjoy Cafe Nordo at Theo Chocolate in Fremont. Find out what our Food editor Kathryn Robinson had to say about this traveling chef and his merry team of choreographed servers.

CLASSICAL MUSIC: When handsome Norwegians lead the Seattle Symphony, it’s music to our ears. Arild Remmereit joins the list of conductors possibly vying to fill the shoes of maestro Gerard Schwarz when his contract expires, stepping in to lead the Seattle Symphony in Tchaikovsky’s sweeping Pathétique, the composer’s final symphony. Through Sunday. {% display:image for:article image:1 align:right width:250 %}

CONCERTS: We went to a Killers concert in Boston a few months ago, and it seemed like more people came to see opening act Wolfmother than the headliners. The Australian rock band owns center stage this Friday at the Paramount.

Boise indie rockers Built to Spill come to Showbox at the Market behind their much-anticipated return, There Is No Enemy.

And just in time for the holiday season: Trans-Siberian Orchestra comes to Key Arena with its ode to Christmas music, classical, rock opera, and a hint of hair metal. Get in this spirit with this video featuring TSO’s “Wizard in Winter” synched with schizophrenic Christmas lights.

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