Friday, April 19 at 8:00pm
Alpharetta First United Methodist Church
69 N. Main Street, Alpharetta
Welcome to the edge of your seat. You’ll be transported to another time with Tchaikovsky’s revolutionary fifth symphony. Known for his timeless and well-loved melodies from works like Romeo and Juliet and Swan Lake, you’ll see why Tchaikovsky’s symphonies are some of the most performed around the world. One of the most sublime themes in film music, Gabriel’s Oboe from The Mission, is brought to life on our stage by our fabulous principal oboist, Torrence Welch. You’ll also hear a piece never before heard by young composer Michael Faire, the first in our series of featured compositions by living, emerging composers from our area.
Dr. Grant Gilman, conductor
Torrence Welch, oboe
All seats are general admission, so plan to arrive early to choose your preference. All concerts are accessible to people with special needs. Persons requiring assistance are advised to contact us in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheelchair access is available along with adjacent companion seats.
DIRECTIONS & PARKING
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