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Time: June 18, 2016 from 7:30pm to 10:30pm
Location: Kirk Douglas Theatre
Street: 9820 Washington Blvd
City/Town: Culver City, CA 90230
Website or Map: http://9820 Washington Blvd 9…
Event Type: performing, arts
Organized By: Stephen Turk
Latest Activity: Jun 2, 2016
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The Culver City Symphony Orchestra
SoCal Symphony Society
P. O. Box 4846
Culver City, CA 90231
www.culvercitysymphony.org e-mail: email@example.com
The Culver City Symphony Orchestra concludes its 2015-16 Season with a concert Saturday, June 18, 2016, 7:30PM. There is a post concert reception for ticket holders
The orchestra returns to the intimate and beautiful Kirk Douglas Theatre, Downtown Culver City, 9820 Washington, Culver City, CA 90230.
This is a concert of lyrical and lively music, and features the works of three American Composers.
There is free parking underneath City Hall, behind the theatre, entrance from Duquesne.
Sounds of Downtown
Matthew Ennis-Soprano Saxophone
Philip Glass: Arioso, No. 2
Clare Glackin: Concertino for Soprano Saxophone and Strings-Premiere Performance
Gustav Holst: St. Paul’s Suite
Samuel Barber: Canzonetta for Soprano Saxophone and Strings
Béla Bartók: Romanian Dances
W. A. Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik
General Admission: $25
Available on-line: www.culvercitysymphony.org/CCSO Concerts 2015-16
Members of the SoCal Symphony Society: $15
Ages 17 and under: $15, only available at the Box Office the evening of the concert when accompanied by an adult or guardian.
Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This performance is made possible in part by a Culver City Performing Arts Grant with support from Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Donations and membership to the SoCal Symphony Society, Inc. are welcome.
SoCal Symphony Society, Inc., presents The Culver City Symphony Orchestra, The Marina del Rey Symphony, and produces the Parness Concerto Competition.
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