The Nutmeg Symphony Orchestra’s upcoming concert, Magnetic Power, celebrates the power of community music making. The concert will be Saturday, May 12 in the auditorium at Burlington’s Lewis Mills High School. The program will feature a collaborative performance with the Har-Bur Seventh Grade Chorus. Also included on the program will be flutist Jessi Rosinski and the world premier of Robert Carl’s Symphony #3.
Jessi Rosinksi, a graduate of Lewis Mills High School and the Hartt School of Music will be performing Carl Nielsen’s virtuosicConcerto for Flute and Orchestra. Rosinski is currently a prominent flutist and educator in Boston. Connecticut composer Robert Carl is Head of Musical Composition at the University of Hartford. His Symphony #3 deals with the role of the composer in society. It contains dream like references to music of composers of the past and concludes using the American Revolutionary War tune The World Turned Upside Down. The Har-Bur Middle School Seventh Grade Choruses directed by Kristyn Treggor will conclude the concert singing several selections with the orchestra.
The Nutmeg Symphony Orchestra, Connecticut’s Musical Spice, is a professional orchestra with special interests in collaborating with schools to enhance music education and in promoting music composed by living Connecticut composers.
Tickets for Magnetic Power, $20 for adults and $10 for students, are available at www.NutmegSymphony.org or at the door.
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