Glendale Youth Orchestra Plays Beethoven, Ravel, Bizet/Sarasate at the Alex Theatre
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The Glendale Youth Orchestra, under the baton of conductor Brad Keimach, will present the first concert of its nineteenth season at the historic Alex Theatre in Glendale. The concert will feature Glendale violinist and GYO concertmaster Erica Richardson playing the Bizet-Sarasate Carmen Fantasy. In addition, the orchestra will perform Ravel’s Le Tombeau de Couperin, and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 2 in D Major.
Bizet-Sarasate: Carmen Fantasy
Introduction: Allegro moderato
II. Lento assai
III. Allegro moderato
Featuring: Erica Richardson, solo violin
Ravel: Tombeau de Couperin
I. Prelude: Vif
II. Forlane: Allegretto
III. Menuet: Allegro moderato
IV. Rigaudon: Assez vif
Beethoven: Symphony No. 2 in D Major, op. 36
I. Adagio molto; Allegro con brio
III. Scherzo: Allegro; Trio
IV. Allegro molto
About the Ticket Supplier: Glendale Youth Orchestra
The GYO is a non-profit organization located in Glendale, California, that provides dedicated young musicians an extraordinary opportunity to perform classical music in a formal orchestral setting. The GYO’s mission is based on the belief that our young people have a better chance of succeeding in their world if they appreciate and participate in its rich artistic and cultural traditions.