Williamson County Symphony Orchestra, consisting of over 90 members, will be presenting a series of historic concerts on March 3rd and 4th – celebrating 10 years of exciting music!
Dr. Thomas E. Rainey, the symphony’s music director and conductor, will lead a full orchestra in presenting selections from each of the ten years of the orchestra’s existence.
The concert will highlight ‘Petite Bourree’, the first selection ever performed by the orchestra.
Other selections include Robert W. Smiths ‘Into the Storm’ written to commemorate the powerful 1993 winter storm that brutalized the eastern United States, Sousa’s ‘Washington Post March’, Grainger’s ‘Mock Morris’, and ‘Belle of the Ball’ by Leroy Anderson.
Featured also will be our entire horn section performing Cohen’s ‘Horns to Hunt’.
A very special feature will be ‘The Return’, composed and dedicated to the orchestra by the world renowned composer, Dr. M. L. Daniels.
As an added treat, Dr. Daniels will be conducting the orchestra in the world premier performance of his composition.
Plan to attend for an evening of entertaining music for the entire family.
When & Where
March 2, 2012 – 7:30 PM (Friday)
First United Methodist Church – Round Rock
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March 3, 2012 – 7:30 PM (Saturday)
Special Note: Concert Professionally Recorded
Klett Performing Arts Center – Georgetown
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See you there!!!
Thank you to Ron James for the photos!