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Blairsville GA - North Georgia Chamber Symphony Spring Concert

North Georgia Chamber Symphony

North Georgia Chamber Symphony Spring Concert

Panamian Folk Song- El Arborito, arranged by Daniel Allen.Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante for violin, viola and orchestra, in E flat Major.

Our guest conductor for this piece will be Martin David Jones, and our good friend Laura Tomlin will play the solo violin.

Director Laurin Smith will play the solo viola on this lovely 3 movement piece.Grieg's Holberg Suite, includes a prelude, two dance movements, a religious air and an exciting lively French dance with violin and viola solos.

American Folk Song Suite (Shenendoah, Sourwood Mountain, Black is the Color of my True Love's hair, Turkey in the Straw.) Lady Gaga Fugue, a modern piece with a baroque twist.

May 17, 2019

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Location:

Union County Historical Society and Historic Courthouse
1 Town Square
Blairsville , GA 30512
USA

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Phone:706.745.5493
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Contact: Betty Florence

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