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Concert, anyone?

Reno Pops Orchestra in Concert

Saturday, May 19, 2007
7:00 p.m.

Calvary Chapel
875 Fremont Street, Fernley, NV

The Reno Pops, a 60 member all volunteer orchestra, will be presenting a free concert at the Calvary Chapel in Fernley, on May 19 at 7 PM. This is a family friendly evening with music that will delight people of all ages. Familiar selections include In the Hall of the Mountain King, Mozart�s Impresario Overture, Lassus Trombone, Lord of the Rings and Dance of the Tumblers as well as the music of Beethoven. A special feature will be our performance of Sarabande, an original composition by Virginia Bowman, who attended Fernley schools.

The Reno Pops has been providing music to northern Nevada and California communities for 25 years, and members range from ages 12 to 90. Musical Director, Jane K. Brown, who lives in the Fernley area, will narrate and conduct the program.

The next Pops Concert will be "Carnival of the Animals", presented on July 16 at 7:30 PM at Bartley Ranch. As one of the featured Artown programs, the free outdoor concert will be held in �the Hawkins Amphitheater. Seating of 800 is extremely limited, so you are encouraged to arrive early to enjoy this evening under the stars.

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spkn4_4ever
May. 19th, 2007 06:17 am (UTC)
thanks for the advance notice on the july concert... I will be sure to plan for that one. As for tomorrow, DAMNIT!!!! I already made plans!!! :P
veijukka
May. 20th, 2007 02:00 am (UTC)
AARgh!
I'm going to have to miss this one...crossed wires, badly timed naps and a broken cell phone ensure that I just can't keep my life together today. I'm bummed...I need some Mountain King and Beethoven after today.

But I'll definitely catch the next one! :)
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