The Classical Symphony Orchestra and the Protégé Philharmonic announce ticket availability for the first concert of the 2012-2013 season

Начална страница | English | The Classical Symphony Orchestra and the Protégé Philharmonic announce ticket availability for the first concert of the 2012-2013 season

CHICAGO - November 9, 2012 - The Classical Symphony Orchestra and the Protégé Philharmonic announced today that tickets are now available for the first concert of both orchestras' seasons to feature over 120 musicians performing music based on stories, pictures, and, in one case, music absconded by the cartoon world to tell stories.

 

Lynn Glymph, executive director of the Classical Symphony Orchestra and the Protégé Philharmonic, announced that tickets had been released for sale for the orchestras' joint concert on November 18, 2012. The concert will be performed at the acoustically fine auditorium at Northeastern Illinois University at 3701 West Bryn Mawr Avenue in Chicago, Illinois at 3 p.m. Tickets are General Admission: $15; Seniors/Students: $10; Children, 12 & under: $5. Plenty of free parking is available.

 

Music director and founder of the orchestras, Joseph Glymph, has programmed for the Protégé Philharmonic the overture to Colas Breugnon by Kabalevsky, a prelude to a 20th century Robin Hood story; Wagenaar's Cyrano de Bergerac, based on the famous proboscis-driven tale, and that favorite tune of Bugs Bunny, Tom and Jerry, and Daffy and Donald Duck, Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2. "None of these pieces come technically easily, but the Protégé has tackled these challenges with remarkable gusto. I'm looking forward to performing this music with these fine young musicians," said Mr. Glymph.

 

The Classical Symphony Orchestra program matches the Protégé in imagination and opens its portion of the program with Shostakovich's Festive Overture, hurriedly composed to celebrate the 37th anniversary of the Russian October Revolution of 1917 and featuring the orchestra's magnificent brass section. Moving to more scenic grounds, the orchestra will then perform Respighi's Pines of Rome. "The final section, 'The Pines of the Appian Way,' never fails to send chills down my spine. I enjoy playing such great music with such an excellent orchestra" said Greg Zinkl, section violist.

 

Both orchestras will join forces to end the program with Tannhauser Overture, which opens Wagner's telling of Tannhauser's worship of Venus and his blossoming quest for forgiveness from the Pope.

 

"Bulgaria SEGA" newspaper






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