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Concert For Young Musicians

 

April 17, 2014

The Culver City Symphony Orchestra continues its 2013-14 Season with the concert: For Young Musicians. The concert is Saturday, April 26 at 8pm at Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 4117 Overland Ave.

CCSO continues its support of young musicians by featuring two young Winners from its Parness Concerto Competition: Aileen Chung, Age 14, Violin, and Yu Chao Weng, Age 16, Violin. The orchestra works are Mendelossohn's brooding masterwork inspired by Scottish islands, and Beethoven's Ode to Nature.

This concert is under the direction Conductor/Music Director-Frank Fetta.

Admission Charge.

$10 general admission

$5: 17 years of age and under. Box Office opens at 7 pm

Members, Westchester Symphony Society, receive two free tickets.

Membership available at the concert on

Tickets available at http://www.culvercitysymphony.org

For additional information please visit : http://www.culvercitysymphony.org or call 310-717-5500, or send an e-mail to info@culvercitysymphony.org.

Donations and membership to the Westchester Symphony Society, Inc. are welcome.

The Culver City Symphony Orchestra is now in its 15th year performing in Culver City, and is in its 51st season.

In addition to presenting the standard orchestra repertoire and concert dramatizations of operas, the orchestra has presented unique concerts devoted to Black American, Hispanic, and Women composers. It is the parent orchestra of the Marina del Rey Summer Symphony which performs at Burton Chace Park. The orchestra has performed at The Los Angeles Street Festival, on live-radio music broadcasts from the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History.

Frank Fetta, Conductor and Music Director, is well known for his conducting of orchestral music, ballet, and opera in Southern California as well as throughout the country including engagements with the San Diego Symphony, the Redlands Bowl Music Festival (of which he is director), the Fresno Philharmonic, the Torrance Symphony, the Nevada Opera Theater, and the Marina del Rey Summer Symphony.

 

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