SLV Symphony Spring Concert is April 28
The San Luis Valley Symphony will present its Spring Classics Concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 28, in Richardson Auditorium on the Adams State campus. Under the direction of Dr. William Lipke, the program will feature popular selections including Giuseppe Verdi's dramatic Overture to Nabucco ("Nebuchadnezzar"), Maurice Ravel's colorful "Ma mere l'Oye" ("Mother Goose Suite"), Johann Sebastian Bach's profound Concerto No. 1 in D Minor with Lipke at the keyboard and the beautiful Mascagni Intermezzo, popularly used as a movie theme. The program will conclude with lighter audience favorites by Johann Strauss Jr. and Johann Strauss Sr, the humorous "Pizzicato Polka" and "Radetzky March."
The SLV Symphony is composed of former and current professional orchestra members, ASC faculty members and students, and community members. Tickets will be available in the Music Department Office and at the door. For more information call the Music Office at 587-7621 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Admission is $5 adults/$1 children/Free to AS&F and Friends of Music.