The New Britain Symphony Orchestra will conclude its 2014-2015 concert season on May 3, 3:00 p.m., in Welte Hall, CCSU, according to Nancy Judd, Symphony President. The concert, under the baton of newly tapped Conductor and Music Director Ertan Seyyar Sener, is presented in collaboration with the New Britain Youth Museum at Hungerford Park and CCSU Dancentral.
“The entire concert is an Ode to Nature featuring Saint-Saen’s wonderful symphonic work Carnival of the Animals and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6, known as the ‘Pastoral’,” said Judd. “Wonderful surprises are in store for concert goers of all ages as CCSU dancers depict the litany of animals portrayed by Saint-Saens in the wonderful musical moments of ‘Carnival’. Live small animals and birds from Hungerford will be on display in the lobby before the concert and during intermission.”
Also on the program is “A Walk To The Paradise Garden” composition from the A Village Romeo and Juliet opera by Frederick Delius.
Tickets to the concert may be purchased online at www.newbritainsymphony.org/tickets or at the door. There is no charge for young people through high school, as well as for university students with I.D.
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