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PSO tickets at CNB Penfield

April 18, 2012

 Penfield, N.Y. — The Penfield Symphony Orchestra will perform a “Springtime Celebration” concert on Monday, April 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the Penfield High School Auditorium.

Some of the llargest and smallest ensembles ever presented by the PSO will be featured. The concert begins with Suppé’s Overture to Poet and Peasant, one of the composer’s best-known works, played by about 75 musicians, including stately brass, an operatic cello solo, and lively strings.

More than half of the orchestra will be missing for the next piece, Vivaldi’s Piccolo Concerto in C major, with the RPO’s Jan Angus as the piccolo soloist, a member of the RPO and teacher at the Eastman Community Music School. In keeping with Baroque style, Ms. Angus will be accompanied by a reduced string section and harpsichord.

Finally, in Mahler’s "Symphony No. 1," all the regular players will return to the stage, augmented by a dozen others – woodwinds, brass, and a second set of timpani to accomplish the full range of Mahler’s original and dramatic ideas of orchestral sound, from delicate to grandiose.

Tickets are $14 for adults and $12 for seniors; free for students. Tickets are available online at www.PenfieldSymphony.org, and at ticket outlets including all Rochester Wegmans, Canandaigua National Bank (Four Corners Branch), Family First Federal Credit Union, Hegedorns in Webster, Kittelberger Florist and Gifts in Webster, and the Penfield Recreation Office. Tickets will also be sold at the door.

The Penfield Symphony Orchestra, with its approximately 90 musicians, has been performing in the Greater Rochester area for the last 56 years, and under the direction of Dr. David Harman for the last 10 years, with the goal of bringing “classical music close to home”.
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Penfield Symphony Orchestra's 'Springtime Celebration' April 23


The Penfield Symphony Orchestra will perform a “Springtime Celebration” concert on Monday, April 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the Penfield High School Auditorium.

Some of the llargest and smallest ensembles ever presented by the PSO will be featured. The concert begins with Suppé’s Overture to Poet and Peasant, one of the composer’s best-known works, played by about 75 musicians, including stately brass, an operatic cello solo, and lively strings.

More than half of the orchestra will be missing for the next piece, Vivaldi’s Piccolo Concerto in C major, with the RPO’s Jan Angus as the piccolo soloist, a member of the RPO and teacher at the Eastman Community Music School. In keeping with Baroque style, Ms. Angus will be accompanied by a reduced string section and harpsichord.

Finally, in Mahler’s "Symphony No. 1," all the regular players will return to the stage, augmented by a dozen others – woodwinds, brass, and a second set of timpani to accomplish the full range of Mahler’s original and dramatic ideas of orchestral sound, from delicate to grandiose.

Tickets are $14 for adults and $12 for seniors; free for students. Tickets are available online at www.PenfieldSymphony.org, and at ticket outlets including all Rochester Wegmans, Canandaigua National Bank (Four Corners Branch), Family First Federal Credit Union, Hegedorns in Webster, Kittelberger Florist and Gifts in Webster, and the Penfield Recreation Office. Tickets will also be sold at the door.

The Penfield Symphony Orchestra, with its approximately 90 musicians, has been performing in the Greater Rochester area for the last 56 years, and under the direction of Dr. David Harman for the last 10 years, with the goal of bringing “classical music close to home”.