Summer Philharmonic

Conducted by Morrie Brand

An educational offering of the WSO’s Academy of Music, the Summer Philharmonic provides an orchestral playing experience for area musicians. It includes many area music teachers, youth orchestra members and alumni and other adults. The orchestra meets for five rehearsals and presents this short concert to share of the fruits of its efforts with family and friends.

Free Concert

Held on Tuesday, July 10 at 8 p.m. at Seton Hill Performing Arts Center
Conducted by Morrie Brand
2018 Repertoire:

Brahms Academic Festival Overture
Borodin Symphony No. 2 – 1st mvt
Rimsky-Korsakov Variations from Capriccio Espagnol
Meyerbeer Coronation March from Le Prophet
John Williams Selections from Jurassic Park

 

 

 

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