3:00 PM Sun. Jan. 25th; Christ Congregational Church, 1350 Pleasant Street. Enchanting, mesmerizing, intimate. Saint Saens “Carnival of the Animals,” Dvorak’s “Serenade,” Mozart, Enescu & more. Tickets $15, children free; brocktonsymphony. org, or @ door. BrSO – A Greater Brockton Treasure! Sponsored by Harbor One Bank.
Brockton Symphony Holiday Pops Sun Dec 7, 3PM, West Middle School, 271 West St. Park at Brockton High, free shuttle 1-6. Sing along: Anderson's Christmas Festival! Baritone John-Andrew Fernandez: Figaro's Aria. Kate Higgins & South Middle School Chorus. Adults $25, seniors & students $20, children 12 & under free. brocktonsymphony.org 508-588-3841.
My first recording with a professional producer, with Marty & Samantha of Marty's of Dudley in the WORC-FM studio in Worcester, MA.My recent Brockton Symphony promotions were produced in my home studio. I am grateful for this opportunity for paid professional voice work.
The Brockton Symphony Orchestra sponsors “Musical Odyssey,” your source for classical music. Maestro James M. Orent leads Our 67th season, “The Voyage Home” from a 3-year Symphonic Voyage. Take a “Rhine Journey” in November, celebrate “Viva Scandinavia!” in March, enjoy “Rule Britannia” in May. Holiday Pops and Chamber Music concerts complement these orchestral extravaganzas. For details visit BrocktonSymphony.org. The Brockton Symphony – a Greater Brockton Treasure.
With Valentine still in your heart, bring your love to “Paris, City of Love.” The Brockton Symphony Orchestra pays musical tribute to that romantic City on Sunday afternoon, February 23rd at the West Middle School. Hear Berlioz’s “Roman Carnival Overture” and “March to the Scaffold” from his Symphonie Fantastique. Delight to Debussy’s “Clair de lune” and “Nocturnes.” Savor Chausson’s Symphony Opus 20.