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Guerra String Orchestra: "Autumn Night"

A Concert of classic works by Edward Grieg and Samuel Barber and new works by Bernardo Feldman, Ian Krouse and Yalil Guerra for the start of the 2023-2024 Music at St. Andrew Concert Series

RYCY Productions and Latin GRAMMY-winning composer and conductor Dr. Yalil Guerra, presents a new concert titled "Autumn Night" with the GSO Orchestra. The concert will include works by composers Edward Grieg, Samuel Barber, a world premiere by Bernardo Feldman, and two U.S.A. premieres by Ian Krouse and Yalil Guerra to take place on Saturday, September 23rd at 7:30pm at St. Andrew Catholic Church in old town Pasadena, 311 N. Raymond Ave. Pasadena CA

The GSO-Guerra String Orchestra is made up of experienced musicians from the Los Angeles area, who have long careers in performing classical music repertoire, as well as recording music for films and phonograms, thus creating a unique group whose unique purpose is to bring concert music to the Los Angeles community, making it inclusive and accessible to all social groups in the area.

A reception with food will be offered after the concert.


For tickets:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/noche-de-otono-autumn-night-tickets-652466995347?aff=ebdssbehomepeforyou  

Presenter / Producer: Music at St. Andrew

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Music > Classical
Music > International
Music > Contemporary Classical / New Music


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St. Andrew Catholic Church
311 N Raymond Ave
Pasadena CA 91103

Regions:
Pasadena / San Gabriel Valley


Performance Dates: 9/23/2023
Saturday, 09/23/2023

Performance Times
Saturday, September 23rd at 7:30pm

Ticket Information:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/noche-de-otono-autumn-night-tickets-652466995347?aff=ebdssbehomepeforyou  

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