Symphonic start to the weekend

February 22, 2013 by  

This weekend’s Symphony NH’s World Class performance enables guests to enjoy the bright colors and hot rhythms from countries such as Spain, Brazil, and Mexico.

As part of this fantastic event, guests will enjoy ‘Fantasia para un Gentilhombre’ by Rodrigo and the Latin American Sketches featured by Copland. Brochure printers may have been consulted to promote this great showcase to people in the community and surrounding regions.

Symphony NH, formerly known as the Nashua Symphony Orchestra, is one of the oldest New Hampshire professional orchestra, as well as the only one that is affiliated with Symphony Chorus. This program includes orchestral, as well as choral concerts each year as part of the chamber music concerts performed in Nashua. During this event, guests will enjoy related educational and instrumental high-quality performances.

This symphony has a rich heritage and was founded in 1923 by educator and conductor ‘Pop’ Elmer Wilson. This world class performance promises to be a great showcase for people of all ages. This is the place to be this weekend for any lover of music.

The Symphony NH’s World Class will be performed on Saturday, February 23, beginning at 7:30 pm at the Keefe Auditorium, which is located inside Elm Street Middle School, located at 117 Elm Street in Nashua, New Hampshire. To purchase tickets or view other performance dates, please visit the Symphony NH website or call the box office at 603-595-9156. As admission prices vary, these can also be checked on the website.