Orchestra ConcertNov 30, 2012, 7:30 PM
Taylor-Meade Performing Arts Center (2014 Cedar Street) - Forest Grove
The Pacific Philharmonic presents its fall concert. General admission is $7. High school students who perform in their school's orchestra may attend this performance free of charge.
Under the direction of guest conductor David De Lyser, Pacific’s Philharmonic Orchestra will perform its fall concert at 7:30 p.m., Nov. 30 in the university’s Taylor-Meade Performing Arts Center.
The orchestra, comprised of Pacific students as well as community members, will perform Russian composer Modest Mussorgky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition,” which musically interprets 10 paintings, from unhatched chickens to a witch’s hut.
Pacific senior and piano soloist Lars Holte will perform Mozart’s famous “Piano Concerto No. 23.”
Audiences may also recognize the orchestra’s performance of composer Aaron Copland’s “Hoedown” and “Corral Nocturne.”
General admission is $7. Senior citizens 65 and greater, and Pacific students, faculty and staff are admitted for $5.
High school students who perform in their respective orchestras can attend free of charge with valid I.D.
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