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Snowstorm Suite Georgy Vasilyevich Sviridov Born – December 16, 1915 in Fatezh, Russia Died – January 6, 1998 in Moscow, Russia Svidridov compiled this suite in 1974 from a film score he composed in 1964. Relatively unknown outside his homeland, … Continue reading
Dances from Oprichnik Peter Illich Tchaikovsky Born – May 7, 1840 in Votkinsk, Russia Died – November 6, 1893 in Saint Petersburg, Russia Tchaikovsky’s opera Oprichnik was debuted at the Mariinsky Theatre in St Petersburg conducted by Eduard Nápravník on … Continue reading
January 14, 2019 – notes compiled by Caroline Faflak Overture to The School for Scandal Samuel Barber Born – March 9, 1910 in West Chester, Pennsylvania Died – January 23, 1981 in New York City This piece was composed in … Continue reading
December 9 & 10, 2018 – Holiday Pops Sleigh Ride, Blue Tango, Sandpaper Ballet, Trumpeter’s Lullaby Leroy Anderson Born – June 29, 1908 in Cambridge, Massachusetts Died – May 18, 1975 in Woodbury, Connecticut Sandpaper Ballet and Trumpeter’s Lullaby were … Continue reading
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David Tan, cello, and Helen Lee, flute, performed at the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce on September 12th as part of the Cascade Symphony Orchestra presentation at the weekly Chamber breakfast.
George Steward, in his 12th year as Principal Trumpet of the Cascade Symphony Orchestra, will perform Rafael Mendez’s La Virgen de la Macarena at this year’s Holiday Pops! concert. George Steward is a trumpet performer and private instructor. He earned a … Continue reading
Cellist Nathan Chan discovered his talent for music at an early age through conducting. Before he was two, he could emulate the styles of conductors he saw on music videos such as Seiji Ozawa, Herbert von Karajan and Leonard Bernstein, … Continue reading
We received the following comments after our Scheherazade concert! Bravo for a fantastic concert on January 15th! The Egmont is a transparent piece and was beautifully played. The SSO Principal clarinetist was amazing. The slow movement was exquisite. The Moncayo … Continue reading