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Symphony Youth Orchestra Spring Concert is May 13

 


WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla Symphony Youth Orchestra (WWSYO) will present its final concert of the 2018-19 season on Mon., May 13. at 7:30 p.m. at Chism Recital Hall in the Whitman College Hall of Music.

Under the direction of Dr. Paul Luongo, the WWSYO will perform pieces including Celebration! by Richard Meyer,Aboriginal Rituals by Elliot del Borgo, In the Fading Light of Autumn by Ralph Ford, Into the Storm by Robert W. Smith,Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian by Harry Gregson-Williams, and Hopak from Sorochinsky’s Fair by Modest Mussorgsky

 This concert is made possible by Columbia Bank and is free with a suggested donation of $2/person or $5/family.  All proceeds will benefit the WWSYO, which provides young musicians in grades 8-12 a unique and free opportunity to rehearse and perform in a full-symphonic ensemble alongside other musicians from across eastern Washington and northern Oregon.

 Parents, musicians or music teachers interested in getting involved with and/or supporting the Walla Walla Symphony Youth Orchestra should contact Aiyana Mehta at aiyana@wwsymphony.org or at 509-529-8020.

For more information, visit the symphony’s website at www.wwsymphony.org, call the symphony office at 509-529-8020, or visit at 13 ½ E Main St, Suite #201.

 

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