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The Magical Music of Disney!

When you wish upon a star for the perfect outing on a cold winter's afternoon, you'll find the Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra's "The Magical Music of Disney" will delight the entire family. The specially programmed concert will include classics like "The Lion King," "Mary Poppins," "Hercules," "Beauty and the Beast,"Aladdin," "The Little Mermaid," and "Frozen." This trip to the Magical Kingdom is a wonderful opportunity to introduce children to the magic of classical music.

Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015, at 3 p.m.
Snow date: Jan. 11
Aquinas Hall
Mount Saint Mary College

Ticket Prices: Reserved, $30; General $24; Senior, $18.

STUDENTS FREE

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..Our season 2014-15

Brahms Season Kick Off
Woomyung Choe begins his final season with Beethoven's King Stephen Overture, Yeonkyung Lindsey Joo performing the intricate Sibelius Violin Concerto and Brahms Symphony No. 1. Sept. 6
Kristine Biller Mattson A fantasy & Khatchaturian
Pianist Karine Poghosyan, a GNSO audience favorite, returns to the stage to perform Khatchaturian's Piano Concerto in D flat major. Then Aquinas Hall becomes the venue for Paul Yeon Lee's Echo of a Dream, a fantasy for full orchestra. Nov. 22
That's Entertainment Magical Music of Disney!
The annual Family Concert heads to the world of Disney for a fun-filled and specially programmed performance designed to introduce the young and young at heart to the world of classical music. You'll hear favorites from many of the greatest Disney films and shows of all time. Jan. 10
The Choral
Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 in D Minor Op. 125 was Beethoven's final complete symphony and is probably the best known piece of classical music. The GNSO, with the USMA Glee Club and other community choruses will give two performances of this, the greatest piece of music ever written. April 18 &
April 19
Three on three
The GNSO ends its 20th season with three soloists -- Artur Kaganovskiy on violin, Andrew Kim, cello and Young-Ah Tak, piano performingLudwig Van Beethoven's 'Triple Concerto,' plus Beethoven's 'Overture to the Consecration of the House' and Brahms 'Symphony No. 2 in D major, opus 73. June 6

 


 


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