The Saint Joseph's College Orchestra will follow up its December premiere with a concert on Sunday, April 21 at 7:00 pm CDT in the Evans Arts and Science Building Theatre. Admission is free and all are welcome to attend.
The concert will essentially be a collage of different pieces in various styles. Some of the works to be performed include "Mountain Spring" by Barrage, "Telemann Canon," and "Suite for Violins" by Ladislav Gabrielli. The Orchestra Concert will also feature the introduction of the Alternative Style Orchestra.
Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Orchestras Maxim Zheleznyak believes the Orchestra's concert in December helped prepare the group for handling the acoustics in the Theatre and gain an understanding of what the audience would like to hear.
"We have worked very hard on finding the right sound and balance for the concert," said Zheleznyak. "People will enjoy the diversity of the music and the fun atmosphere in the Theatre."
For more information on the Orchestra Concert, contact Professor Maxim Zheleznyak at email@example.com or 219.866.6299.
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