Wagner on the menu for Clear Lake Symphony
The Clear Lake Symphony will be performing the fifth concert in its 2010-2011 concert series on Friday, March 18 at the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.
Celebrating its 35th season, the orchestra, led by conductor and musical director Dr. Charles A. Johnson, will perform Wagner's “Tannhauser Overture.” The concert will also feature the six winners of the 2011 annual Youth Concerto Competition, who will each perform a solo while being accompanied by the orchestra.
Selections will include “Symphonie Espagnole First Movement” by Lalo, played by Melissa Du on violin, “Cello Concerto in E minor First and Second Movements” by Elgar, played by Andrew Shiau on the cello, the “Fourth Movement” also by Elgar, played by Charles Seo on cello, “Piano Concerto No. 1 First Movement” by Beethoven, played by Daniel Whatley on piano, “Piano Concerto No. 17 First Movement” by Mozart, played by Patrick Pan on piano and “Sonata for Flute Second and Third Movements” by Poulenc, performed by Cameron Hillebrand on flute.
Advance tickets may be purchased in Clear Lake at Eye Trends at 515 Bay Area Blvd., Suite 300. Individual tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors 55 or older and $7 for students.
The Gloria Dei Lutheran Church Auditorium is located at 18220 Upper Bay Road.
For more ticket information call Eye Trends at 281-488-0066 or visit the Clear Lake Symphony website at www.clearlakesymphony.org.
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