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Soloist Pamela Riley with the Mesquite Symphony Or

Meet the different sections of the orchestra – winds, brass, strings - as the Mesquite Symphony Orchestra concludes its season of Saturday night concerts May 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the Mesquite Arts Center, 1527 N Galloway.  Then hear the full orchestra, with percussion, put them all together in Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9, “From the New World.”

Conductor Brad Everett Cawyer will lead the orchestra in Dukas “Fanfare to La Peri” (featuring the brass instruments), the Allegro movement from Beethoven’s Woodwind Octet (woodwinds) and Rutter’s “Suite Antique” for solo flute, strings and keyboard, with Dr. Pamela Riley, principal flute, as soloist.  The concert will end with one of the major works for full orchestra, Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9, inspired by his stay in America.  

It’s a chance to enjoy the varied sounds that make up a symphony orchestra!

Tickets?  Check our website – www.mesquitesymphony.org - or stop by the box office from an hour before the performance.  Admission, $12 adults, $6 students ($10 and $5 for groups of 10 or more).

Concert supported in part by the Mesquite Arts Council.  Celebrating our 28th season.

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