Author: Pamela Marshall

Grant Anderson, principal clarinet of the Concord Orchestra since 1971, will perform the final movement of Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto at Pops this year. In 2005 he performed the full Mozart concerto with the Concord Ensemble under the direction of Alan

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What’s on the program for Pops? We’ve got some classical tunes: Bizet’s Carmen Suite No. 1 and Light Cavalry Overture by SuppĂ©. Grant Anderson, principal clarinet in the orchestra, will play the Rondo from Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto. We’ve got some

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We’re thrilled to have Maureen McMullan back for Pops. You’ll love her jazz style. It’s cool that she sang in the Lord of the Rings Symphony! Here’s her impressive bio: Maureen McMullan is a Scottish soprano, songwriter, arranger, producer, and

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Our horn soloist Richard Sebring’s repertoire may not be familiar to audiences, but they are well-known and well-loved pieces for many horn players in our midst. So I asked the other horn players in the orchestra if they knew, and

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In March, the Orchestra plays its Young Artist concert, with a concerto or solo piece performed by the winner. As a prelude before the Friday and Saturday concerts, we also present a short recital by other competition honorees. There are

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