2013-2014 Season: Our 60th Anniversary

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Fri May 16, 2014 8pm
Sat May 17, 2014 8pm
Sun May 18, 2014 2pm
51 Walden, Concord, MA

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Jazz vocalist Marlene VerPlanck is back to sing Jobim and Cole Porter in a new symphony-scaled arrangement "Aspects of Love" by our favorite composer Bernie Hoffer.

Barbara Shinn-Cunningham plays the English horn solo in Sibelius' Swan of Tuonela

Also music by Dvorak, Fucik, various Strausses

Pops means table seating, refreshments, and a fun evening with your friends.
Bring 12 friends and get a group discount!

Concert Review in the Boston Musical Intelligencer

On our March 2014 concert, Young Artist Kent William Hisada played the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto:

"So, here was a regional orchestra, focused and intent, led by a seasoned professional, offering a concert of challenging music.... And, we were witness to a clearly gifted young violinist surmounting with talent and panache one of the repertoire’s most challenging concertos. For a Friday evening’s entertainment in Concord, what more could one want?"
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The Concord Orchestra, led by Music Director Richard, Pittman, is composed of 70 musicians living in Concord, Massachusetts and the greater Boston metropolitan area. Read more...

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Events of Note

Pops 2014: Eat Drink and Be Merry

Marlene VerPlank, vocalist
Barbara Shinn-Cunningham, English horn

May 16 & 17, 2014 8pm  
May 18 2pm
at 51 Walden

FOPAC Presents La Traviata

Fully staged and beautifully costumed
June 6 & 7, 2014 8pm  
June 8, 2014 2pm
at 51 Walden

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With members of the Concord Orchestra, Band and Players

Our December Holiday Family Concert is supported in part by grants from the local cultural councils of Acton-Boxborough, Bedford, Carlisle, Concord and Sudbury, local agencies supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.