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CCCO: Summer Celebration: America & the Nords

  • Pilgrim Congregational Church 533 route 28 Harwich port, MA 02646 (map)
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Join the CCCO in a program featuring William Grant Still, who in 1931 became the first African American composer to have a symphony debuted by a major American orchestra. His success followed when in 1936 he became the first African American to conduct a major orchestra, when he led the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl.

Clarinetist David Dziardziel will perform Copland's majestic Clarinet Concerto, and the CCCO concludes the concert with Nielsen's Little Suite for Strings

PROGRAM:
SIBELIUS Valse Triste
GOULD Spirituals for Strings
WILLIAM GRANT STILL Serenade for Orchestra
COPLAND Clarinet Concerto
David Dziardziel, clarinet
NIELSEN Little Suite for Strings

$35 General Admission
Free admission for ALL students
Children under 12 FREE

Earlier Event: July 14
CCCO :Brunching with Mozart
Later Event: September 8
Phoenix @ ISGM: “Music for the Eye”