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FluteSonic Orchestra

FluteSonic OrchestraThe FluteSonic Orchestra will be presenting a concert at the Glendale City Church on May 25 at 5 PM.  The FluteSonic Orchestra presents it's spring concert 2019 with an all-new program. Featuring music by Edvard Grieg, Dmitri Kabalevsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, music from the planets Gustav Holst, Stravinsky and brand new arrangements by Fred Selden, David Shostac and Bill Butler.

Founded in 2014 by Gordon Halligan and David Shostac, the FluteSonic Orchestra began as a rehearsal group and conducting project of Julliard flutist Gordon Halligan.  When Gordon introduced the project to internationally acclaimed flute soloist David Shostac, they began to see the potential for an interesting and unique ensemble.  Drawing from the deep pool of gifted musicians in the Los Angeles area, the FluteSonic Orchestra was formed.  The FluteSonic Orchestra has been featured on live television, Classical KUSC Radio, and numerous other media outlets.  The orchestra features several rare and unusual instruments such as the contrabass clarinet.  It performs a diverse repertoire of music ranging through Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressionist, 20th and 21st Century music, and the jazz field as well.  FluteSonic is a flute orchestra consisting of the full range of flutes from contra bass to piccolo

A free-will donation will be received at the door.



Presenter / Producer: Second Saturday Series

Listed Categories
Music > Classical


Event Phone: 818-244-7241

Venue
Glendale City SDA Church
610 E California Ave
Glendale CA 91206

Regions:
North Hollywood / Burbank / Glendale


Performance Dates: 5/25/2019
Saturday, 05/25/2019

Performance Times
5 PM

Ticket Information:
A free-will offering will be accepted at the door

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