The final concert of the orchestra's season will take the audience on a musical trip around the world. The voyage begins in France with César Franck’s Symphony in D Minor and George Gershwin’s suite, An American in Paris. The performance of Fritz Kreisler’s Viennese dance, Liebesleid, as well as Vittorio Monti’s Hungarian folksong, Czárdás will feature conductor Lawerence Golan as a violinist. A tailgate, beer from Ursula Brewery, a coffee station run by Purple Door Coffee, and a discussion of the music led by associate conductor S. Mordecai Fuhrman will precede the concert. Fri 7:30 p.m.
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