Organ Symphony by Folsom Lake Symphony Performance – April 22, 2017
The Folsom Lake Symphony and Maestro Peter Jaffe have announced the orchestra’s schedule and repertoire for the coming season, one they’ve tagged "Lucky 13." In the 12 seasons since its inaugural concert in 1994, the symphony has won the acclaim and status of a first-class regional orchestra and now bears the honor of resident orchestra at the Harris Center for the Performing Arts.
As symphony patrons might expect, Maestro Jaffe has planned another varied musical season of beloved classical standards, exceptional guest artists and a few charming surprises. The orchestra will perform five programs, for seven concerts total, in its regular season, beginning October 22, along with two additional performances, one free and the other low cost. Season subscriptions go on sale June 20, 2016.
Organ Symphony: Saturday, April 22, at 7:30 p.m. An organ is an unusual instrument for a symphony, but two pieces featuring an organ will highlight this evening's performance: Saint-Saens' Symphony No. 3 ("Organ") and Handel's Organ Concerto in B-flat major, op. 4, no. 6. We'll also play Brahms' Academic Festival Overture. Guest soloist: organist Elizabeth Forsyth.
Tickets can be purchased on the symphony’s website, www.folsomlakesymphony.com, by calling 916-608-6888 or by visiting the Harris Center ticket office on the Folsom Lake College campus at 10 College Parkway, Folsom. New season subscriptions go on sale June 20. Season ticket prices range from $90 to $265, depending on seat choice, as much as a 20 percent discount over individually purchased tickets. Prices do not include Harris Center fees.
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