[Video] 1976 Pops Concert | Dance of the Comedians by Smetana

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This performance of Smetana’s Dance of the Comedians is from a live recording of a Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra Pops Concert, circa 1976. The conductor was Thomas Michalak. David Singer was privileged to be the Principal Clarinetist of the orchestra for 4 years. The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra’s first conductor was Dr. Richard Karp, who was also General and Music Director of the Pittsburgh Opera for 35 years.

Video courtesy of David Singer.

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