Arabian entertainment to come this weekend

February 27, 2013 by  

‘Arabian Nights’ is being presented by the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts and features the Tacoma Youth Symphony.

Now 50 years old, the symphony provides an all-inclusive and nurturing program for young musicians. Created in 1963, this internationally renowned youth orchestra has more than 500 youths from western Washington and area, ranging from 7 to 21 years of age. This show is a great family experience. Brochure printers were probably used to advertise and promote this special afternoon performance to people in the area.

The Tacoma Youth Symphony is one of the largest in all of the United States and contains a variety of talented and dedicated conductors. During this afternoon performance, the ‘Second Concerto for Clarinet’ will be performed by Sean Osborn, and ‘Scheherazade’ will be performed by Nicolai Rimsky, with music written by Gustav Mahler also featuring. For people who enjoy orchestra music, it goes without saying that this will be an enjoyable experience.

The Tacoma Youth Symphony reaches 8,500 children through schools yearly and is a positive and creative experience to heighten the children’s cultural awareness. The symphony has worked hard to perfect the music, so it should be a wonderful and enjoyable afternoon.

Ticket prices various depending on seating selection. The Arabian Nights performance will be taking place on Sunday, March 3 beginning at 3:00 pm at the Rialto Theater located at 310 S, Ninth Street in Tacoma, Washington. For tickets or additional details, please visit the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts or the Rialto Theatre website or call 253-591-5894, extension 1 during business hours.