This was in my e-mail today:
|FREE COMMUNITY CONCERTS MAY 17-20
Mahtomedi, Plymouth, Edina and Columbia Heights
This spring, the SPCO will be performing four free community concerts all across the Twin Cities as a part of our ongoing commitment to making the music of the SPCO accessible in our community.
If you’ve never experienced us before, then these concerts are for you! If you’re a seasoned concertgoer, then please bring your friends and
help us grow the audience of the future!
The program will feature an inspired sampling of timeless works for chamber orchestra in neighborhood venues near you.
FREE COMMUNITY CONCERTS MAY 17-20
Thursday | May 17 | 7:30pm
Saint Andrew’s Lutheran Church, Mahtomedi
Friday | May 18 | 8:00pm
Saint Philip the Deacon Lutheran Church, Plymouth
Saturday | May 19 | 8:00pm
Colonial Church, Edina
Sunday | May 20 | 3:00pm
First Lutheran Church, Columbia Heights
Reserve your tickets today!
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Treat yourself to the rich and kaleidoscopic chamber music of Beethoven, the impassioned and romantic utterances of Puccini’s The Chrysanthemums for String Orchestra and Rossini’s beloved Overture toThe Barber of Seville. The program culminates with Haydn’s 22nd Symphony, one of the finest symphonic works of the Classical period by the chief innovator of the Classical style.
Concerts are general admission but tickets are required.
Reserve seats at thespco.org/freeconcert.
Tags: Free Family Fun, Local Music, Minnesota, St. Paul, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Twin Cities
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