The New Century Chamber Orchestra comes to Danville

January 17, 2013 by  

The New Century Chamber Orchestra is one of San Francisco’s ensembles and it functions without a conductor. Giving a performance tomorrow, the group has been nominated for a Grammy, but relies on the skills of each member to achieve its own improvisatory style and sound.

The New Century Chamber Orchestra is likely to thrill music lovers with its own unique sound and choice of great works, which will include Symphony No. 10 in B minor by Mendelssohn and Bachianas Brasileras No. 5 by Villa Lobos. Besides these two works, this performance will feature an extremely intensive opus that has three-movements and was written with the great Salerno-Sonnenberg in mind. This piece was composed by William Bolcom.

The evening will no doubt have the audience captivated as the various sections of the Orchestra perform. The performance is suitable for everyone with an interest in orchestra music. Tickets are expected to sell quickly, so people are reminded to get their tickets as early as possible. Parking is available at the Norton Center free of charge.

Brochure printers were probably consulted to advertise this ensemble to music lovers in the community. Tickets for the performance range between $28 and $55 depending on which seating selection is chosen. The New Century Chamber Orchestra will perform on tomorrow, January 18, at the Norton Center for the Arts located at 600 W. Walnut Street in Danville, Kentucky. To purchase tickets, please visit the Norton Center for the Arts website or call the box office at 859-236-4692.