Works for Strings, Winds and Chamber Orchestra
Handel, Mendelssohn & More: The Clear Lake Symphony
Handel and Mendelssohn are among the list of all-time great composers represented in the Clear Lake Symphony's Works for Strings, Winds and Chamber Orchestra
. With an eclectic program of classical music, the evening will feature pieces ranging from the 1500s to the 1920s, taking you on a musical journey from the Renaissance to the early twentieth century. One of the highlights of the concert is Bottesini's Duetto for String Bass and Clarinet, which features Clear Lake Symphony bassist Luci Manolache and clarinetist Robert Wall. Other works you will hear include Handel's Concerto Grosso, Op. 3, No. 4; Sibelius' Rakastava
; Ibert's Histoires
; Mendelssohn's "Trauermarsch;" and Gabrieli's Sonata Pian' e forte. Led by conductor and musical director Dr. Charles A. Johnson, the Clear Lake Symphony is one of the premier community orchestras. This year marks their 38th season.
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The last date listed for Works for Strings, Winds and Chamber Orchestra was Friday October 25, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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About the Ticket Supplier: Clear Lake Symphony
The major goals of the CLS are to present classical music for the residents of the Bay area and to provide opportunities for Bay Area musicians to create a variety of musical experiences for the enjoyment of the community and to participate in the music education of the area.