Wyoming Symphony Showcases Strings In Their Winter Concert [AUDIO]
The Wyoming Symphony Orcestra is at the halfway point of the 2011-2012 season and have chosen a performance to cleanse the palatte.The elegance and refinement of the chamber orchestra provide a sparkling clarity for this most intimate program of beautiful music. Grieg’s miniature masterpiece, the Holberg Suite, will begin the program with its exciting bursts of romantic virtuosity coupled with its delicate folk themes. Next up, and for all you lovers out there, we’ll present Richard Wagner’s gorgeous Siegried Idyll—a love song presented to his wife Cossima on Christmas Day, 1870. The program concludes as we welcome nationally renowned violinist Carrie Krause and violist Karina Fox performing one of the most cherished works in all the symphonic repertoire; Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante. Music Director Matthew Savery joined us to talk about the show.
The concert is Saturday night January 21st at 7:30 PM at the John F Welch Auditorium at NCHS tickets are still available for the show by calling 266-1478. You can also pick them up an hour before showtime or find them online by clicking HERE.
Matthew descibes the season.
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