Acclaimed symphony returns to North Warren

CHESTERTOWN - The Syracuse Symphony Orchestra, featuring noted cellist Julian Schwarz, will be presenting a captivating program of classical music Thursday April 29 at North Warren Central School.

North Warren students will be able to attend at no charge, and people from throughout the region are urged to attend for a nominal charge.

The program includes outstanding works of Strauss, Hadyn, Schubert and Brahms, selections that showcase the considerable talents of the orchestra, according to North Warren Music Instructor Maria Swartz.

Under the direction of the charismatic Daniel Hege, the orchestra has performed critically acclaimed concerts in front of sold-out crowds at Carnegie Hall in New York City, as well as concerts in major cities across North America.

Considering the orchestra's accomplishments and acclaim, the concert in North Warren High School offers an unparallel opportunity to enjoy timeless music performed by top professionals, according to Maria Swartz.

Tickets to the concert, only $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and $5 for students, are available either at the door or in advance by calling 494-3015 ext. 518. The concert, which begins at 7 p.m., is sponsored by the North Warren Performing Arts Club. Proceeds from the event sponsors this group, which enables students to travel to see professional productions, take music performance field trips and sponsors private lessons for qualified students.

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