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West Covina Symphony Orchestra presents - "Brahms Brahms Brahms" at 4pm on Sunday January 9, 2011
The West Covina Symphony Orchestra presents "Brahms Brahms Brahms", the1st concert of this year's "Music of the Masters" Series of full orchestra concerts, Sunday Jan 9, 2011, 4pm in the Haugh Performing Arts Center of Citrus College in Glendora, CA
By: West Covina Symphony Orchestra
About Mary Au:
Known for her “sensitive, seamless transition between chamber music collaboration and piano accompaniment”
This concert marks the orchestra's opening of it's 3rd full symphony orchestra season. The West Covina Symphony returned to the musical scene just 2 years ago after a lengthy absence of about 20 years. In spite of challenging times, the symphony has triumphed, completing an exciting inaugural season in 2008/9, and continuing to grow through the 2009/10 second season. Now in it's third season, the orchestra is again presenting a complete series of full orchestra concerts, and also presents world-class chamber music concerts, holiday concerts and other special events. Recent highlights include the "East Meets West" concert this past August, which celebrated music and musicians of many of the cultures of our diverse community, and the Free LA County Fair performance, at which Dr. Mann was honored as the 2010 "West Covina Community Hero" for her work with the symphony and the arts in our community. The educational outreach program, which makes free concerts available to local schools, is in full swing, and the West Covina Music Academy is well underway, as is the orchestra's "Young Artists Concerto Competition"
WHEN: Sunday January 9, 2011 at 4pm
WHERE: Citrus College - Haugh Performing Arts Center. 1000 W Foothill Blvd, Glendora CA 91747. (Corner of Foothill Blvd and Citrus St. in Glendora)
WHO: West Covina Symphony Orchestra, Dr. Sylvia Lee Mann, Music Director & Conductor; piano soloist Mary Au.
TICKETS: $5-$30 available online. Significant discounts are available for groups.Visit http://www.WestCovinaSymphony.com or Burts Music 186 E Rowland, Covina CA 91723. Tickets are also available by phone, at (626) 869-ORCH (626-869-6724)
MORE INFO: call (626) 869-6724 or email email@example.com
Symphony Society memberships will be available before and after the concert, as well as during concert intermission. The symphony will be offering some very special membership premiums and door prizes at the concert.
The Symphony's "Music of the Masters" series will be presenting 3 more "Music of the Masters" concerts this season. "Classical Classics" on March 27th, featuring the music of Beethoven, Mozart and Haydn, with cello soloist Michael Masters, and specials guest choral ensemble, the Los Angeles Camerata; Young Artists & Mahler on June 12, and All Tchaikovsky, featuring cellist Xian Zhou on July 31.
The West Covina Symphony Orchestra brings culture, music, art, and community to the San Gabriel Valley and beyond: It is essential the San Gabriel Valley community help the West Covina Symphony Orchestra reach its goal to sell out all the seats at their events. With the leadership of Dr. Sylvia Lee Mann, who was honored at the 2010 Los Angeles County Fair as West Covina’s Community Hero, the WSCO will attain success, but with our support, we can aid the WCSO in maintaining their mission and purpose “to enrich its community by engaging audiences and inspiring a love of music through exciting live symphony performances, chamber music performances, innovative programming, and educational outreach”. May we all be inspired one musical note at a time.
For additional information about the West Covina Symphony Orchestra and the January 9th Brahms concert, the "Music of the Masters" series, or other symphony events, contact orchestra manger Sandy Gunn or Dr. Sylvia Lee Mann or visit http://westcovinasymphony.com
About the West Covina Symphony Orchestra:
" Our purpose is to enrich our community by engaging audiences and inspiring a love of music through exciting live symphony performances, innovative programming, and educational outreach." …Dr. Sylvia Lee Mann
The symphony needs everyone's support. All donations are tax-deductible. We accept donations of any amount. Please visit our website to discover how to support the symphony.
Program advertising is still available. Businesses, please contact us about advertising and community partnership opportunities. visit the website or call (626) 869-6724 today.
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