Don't Fence Me In: Songs, Music and Poetry of the American West
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The last date listed for Don't Fence Me In: Songs, Music and Poetry of the American West was Monday February 27, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Featuring talented guest saxophonist Chika Inoue, join the La Jolla Symphony & Chorus for a program of 20th-century works. The concert will open with Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos' Fantasia for Saxophone and Orchestra with 2012 Young Artist winner Inoue soloing. Then David Chase will conduct the ensemble through Chichester Psalms, Leonard Bernstein's moving prayer for peace. The performance will conclude with Sergei Prokofiev's bright and energetic Fifth Symphony, written during the fury of WWII. Arrive early for a lecture before the performance. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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Enjoyed the unique music program. For a 8pm start time, it was somewhat too long. Parking was a disaster. After we parked in a lot, we were told we would receive a $60 ticket. After much confusion managed to get to lot and ride shuttle. Missed the first 30 minutes of performance. After the performance had to wait in pouring rain for the shuttle to arrive. No organization. We were 4th in line, but others crowded ahead so we had to wait for the 2nd shuttle. Staff needed to provide some assistance and organization.
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There were five very different types of entertainers. I enjoyed three of them and though the other two were very talented and offered interesting cultural information, I would have preferred to have the other three groups do more.
Quotes & Highlights
Visit the National Council for the Traditional Art’s website.
Visite Wylie and the Wild West’s website.
Visit The Quebe Sisters Band’s website.
Visit Los Texmaniacs’ website.
Visit Paul Zarzyski’s website.