South Orange Symphony Features Rutgers Pianist Rebecca Choi and Summit Conductor Susan Haig
Friday, February 22, 2013 • 12:59pm
Join music lovers a a free Orchestral Concert featuring Mendelssohn's Scottish Symphony, Rimsky-Korsakov's Russian Easter Overture, Weber's Konzertstuck on Sunday March 3, 3 pm; pre-concert talk at 2:30* at Sterling Hall, South Orange Middle School, 70 N. Ridgewood Rd., South Orange
For listeners of all ages; families and younger children welcome!
*The 3 pm concert is preceded by a silent auction at 2 pm, and a Conductor Conversation with Susan Haig at 2:30. A "meet-the-musicians" reception follows the concert.
The South Orange Symphony comprises 50 volunteer musicians representing fields including IT, accounting, public education, medicine, law and music. Founded in 1949 by the Educational Committee of the First Presbyterian and Trinity Church of South Orange, the group performs 3 to 4 free concerts each season, and runs an annual Artist Competition for performers 18 and older. Enjoy this remarkable ensemble!
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