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Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra Performs Free Family Concert

Free Family Concert

Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra Performs Free Family Concert

Oak Ridge, Tenn. – Contribution of Rachel Perkins
Haverkamp– The Oak Ridge Civic Music Association presents the
Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra’s Annual Free Family Concert on
Sunday, January 29, 2017 at 2:00 PM at the Oak Ridge High
School Performing Arts Center.OakridgeConcert.jpg The concert is appropriate for all ages.


 Mitchell Cloutier, 17-year-old violinist and
winner of the Ralph Einstein Youth Aliyah Concert competition
will perform as soloist with the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra.
Music Director Dan Allcott will conduct and narrate “Playing
With Style” by American composer Russell Peck. In addition, the
orchestra will perform music from Beethoven’s famous Symphony
No. 5.

After the concert, all are invited to participate in ‘an instrument petting zoo’ and touch and play instruments of various sizes with the musicians of the orchestra.

All are invited to attend a reception following the concert, with more live music in the lobby, performed by Oak Ridge High School music students. The concert and all activities are free for the entire family.

Support for the Oak Ridge Civic Music Association is provided by the Tennessee Arts Commission and WUOT 91.9 FM.