Author: Pamela Marshall

Young Artist audition winners for 2019

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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Concord Woodwind Quintet at Discovery Museum – Recap

The Discovery Museum was a lively place on a rainy, blustery Saturday afternoon. Kids were excitedly using the bubble machine, playing with giant Legos, and squirting water in the water-experiments room. In addition to all those wonderful activities, a spellbound

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Get to know Villanelle for horn

The recital piece Villanelle for horn and piano is a beautiful piece that mixes old with new. Many of itsmelodies can be played on natural horn (horn without valves, aka a hunting horn), giving the piece an  “antique” sound. Written in 1905

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Chamber Music in the Community

Two ensembles from the orchestra will be playing in local museums in November. Discovery Museum  On Saturday November 3, 2018 at 3pm, the Concord Woodwind Quintet will play at the Discovery Museum. The music is especially for families. The program

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In Memoriam Lore Pittman

With sadness, orchestra members learned of Lore Pittman’s passing this spring. She has been coming to our concerts as long as Dick has been conducting, which is 50 years. She was beloved by us all for her gentle friendship and

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