2014-2015 Season: Our 61st Season

Concord Orchestra Annual Benefit Concert

Sunday September 21, 2014  2pm at 51 Walden

 

The Old Maid and the Thief
radio opera by Gian Carlo Menotti

Semi-staged performance with a stellar cast:
Ray Bauwens -- ‘Bob’ the bum
Robin Farnsley -- Laetitia, Miss Todd’s maid
Cindy Vredeveld -- Miss Todd
Pamela Wolfe -- Miss Pinkerton
Brad Amidon -- Radio announcer  

Prelude: Popular songs of the '30s and '40s with our fabulous singers

Tickets $50, $30, $10, proceeds support orchestra programs

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Concert Review in the Boston Musical Intelligencer

On our March 2014 concert, Young Artist Kent William Hisada played the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto:

"So, here was a regional orchestra, focused and intent, led by a seasoned professional, offering a concert of challenging music.... And, we were witness to a clearly gifted young violinist surmounting with talent and panache one of the repertoire’s most challenging concertos. For a Friday evening’s entertainment in Concord, what more could one want?"
Read the review


About the Concord Orchestra

The Concord Orchestra, led by Music Director Richard, Pittman, is composed of 70 musicians living in Concord, Massachusetts and the greater Boston metropolitan area. Read more...

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Events of Note

Pops 2014: Eat Drink and Be Merry

Marlene VerPlank, vocalist
Barbara Shinn-Cunningham, English horn

May 16 & 17, 2014 8pm  
May 18 2pm
at 51 Walden

FOPAC Presents La Traviata

Fully staged and beautifully costumed
June 6 & 7, 2014 8pm  
June 8, 2014 2pm
at 51 Walden

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With members of the Concord Orchestra, Band and Players


Our December Holiday Family Concert is supported in part by grants from the local cultural councils of Acton-Boxborough, Bedford, Carlisle, Concord and Sudbury, local agencies supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.