Metamorphosis: An Evening of Musical Transformation
The Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra (WHCO) is excited to announce its return with “Metamorphosis: An Evening of Musical Transformation”. The performance will take place on Friday, May 5th at 7:30 PM at Our Saviour’s Atonement Lutheran Church, located at 178 Bennett Ave, New York, NY 10040. Spoken concert remarks will be in English and Spanish.
The evening’s program will showcase a diverse array of music, featuring Jessie Montgomery’s “Strum,” Samuel Coleridge Taylor’s “Nonet in F minor, Op. 2,” and Igor Stravinsky’s “Danses Concertantes.” This captivating concert will immerse the audience in a rich tapestry of musical styles, highlighting the transformative power of music and showcasing the exceptional talents of the orchestra members.
Admission is $20 General, $15 Student/Senior, $10 Under 18. All ages are welcome. Tickets are available in advance online and at the door. Purchase tickets and learn more here: https://www.tickettailor.com/events/whco/875397
The Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra was founded in August 2015 to serve the communities of Washington Heights and Upper Manhattan with affordable, outstanding neighborhood concert experiences. WHCO aims to be a place that connects great art across genres and cultures and reconnects people in the community, creating an experience that celebrates diversity and enriches the lives of uptown residents.
Don’t miss this exceptional evening of music and community in the heart of Washington Heights. Experience the power and beauty of live classical music as WHCO celebrates its return and continues to weave a tapestry of diverse stories, cultures, and voices through the universal language of music.
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