Swartz conducts Beethoven in Puyallup

May 29, 2012 by  

On Sunday, June 3, Puyallup residents can enjoy a great outdoor event, “Swartz Conducts Beethoven,” at the Pioneer Park Pavilion located in downtown Puyallup. This concert begins at 2:00 pm.

Guests to this event will enjoy listening to Puyallup’s resident chamber orchestra, which will be presenting a spectacular fundraising benefit concert featuring Maestro Gerard Schwartz, who is well known from his days with the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. During the concert, guest will enjoy concerto pieces such as Dvorak – Czech Suite, Dohnanyi – Conterpiece for cello and orchestra, Julian Schwartz – cello number, and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 1.

The musical director for this piece will be Christophe Chagnard and this final concert promotes the conducting debut of Maestro Gerald Schwartz with the Northwest Sinfonietta. The first portion of the concert has Eastern European influence and will feature Julian Schwartz, who is an astonishingly accomplished solo cellist. The concluding portion of the concert will be Beethoven’s Symphony No. 1, which was fully composed and delivered by the German composer and is considered to have been both daring and original. Guests are reminded to bring lawn chairs, blankets, and picnic hampers to enjoy a great day under the sun.

Brochure printing and other stationery printing services may have been used to advertise this eventful outdoor show. There is no admission fee but guests are reminded it is an outdoor event, so it will be important to dress accordingly and bring sunglass and sunscreen for protection. To learn more about the concert, please visit the Swartz Conducts Beethoven website or call 888-356-6040 to reserve tickets.

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