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Young Artist Winners

We still have the January concerts coming up on January 26 and 27, with Steven Ansell playing the Walton Viola Concerto, plus the Brahms 3rd Symphony, as well as How the Solar System Was Won by Matthew Browne. However, we’ve

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Concertmaster Siri Smedvig on Saint-Saëns

by Siri Smedvig “I am looking forward to this weekend’s Pops concerts. It is very exciting to be performing the Saint-Saëns’ Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso with the orchestra. It is a wonderful work for violin! It has a little of

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Maureen McMullan, guest vocalist at Pops

Maureen McMullan is a well-known jazz singer and champion of Scottish folk song. She’s also a songwriter, arranger and educator. She is Assistant Chair of the Voice Dept. at Berklee and Artist-in-Residence for the National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA.

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Pops vocalist Maureen McMullan

Maureen is a lyric soprano and jazz vocalist. Born in Scotland, she has a long list of performance highlights, including the Boston Pops, WGBH’s Celtic Sojourn, Montreux Jazz Festival, and many more. She is also an accomplished businesswoman with an

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Susan Jackson plays Chaminade

Susan Jackson has been principal flutist in the Concord Orchestra for many years. We’re excited to have her play one of her favorite solo pieces on Pops this year. Here are her notes: French composer and pianist Cecile Chaminade (1857-1944),

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