Concert on May 21 at 8 p.m.: “It has become that time of evening, when people sit on their porches, rocking gently and talking gently….” We welcome the radiant-voiced soprano Heidi Moss, who brings the immortal words of James Agee to life, singing Barber’s “Knoxville: Summer of 1915.” From the American South, we are transported to New York City as three energetic sailors on shore leave take in the sights and sounds of the Big Apple in On the Town. The music of American composers Samuel Barber and Leonard Bernstein tells us these tales of two very different cities. The gorgeous music of Bizet’s L’Arlésienne Suites brings our concert to a rousing finish.
Linda Tinney (Guild Pres.) (left) presented a big check
from the Guild to
(LAS Assn. Pres.)
for the Symphony
on 4/19/16. Estate sales management
is a major source
of Guild funds. Join the Guild to help!
String players needed: Our community-based orchestra has given much pleasure to audiences and players alike for many years. It has provided volunteer players of varying ages and abilities with the chance to learn new skills and to enjoy playing with a congenial group. We are always interested in finding new players, particularly those in the string section. Join the orchestra.
Orchestra members: See details on the rehearsals page. (For some restricted info which was updated 4/11/16, click here.)