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Flint Symphony Orchestra

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Presented by Flint Institute of Music at The Whiting, Flint MI

Feb 15 2020
Flint Symphony Orchestra

Pre-Concert Talk at 6:30pm

Enrique Diemecke Conductor
Di Wu Piano

L. BERNSTEIN Fancy Free: Three Dance Variations
G. GERSHWIN Rhapsody in Blue*
A. COPLAND Billy the Kid: Suite
H. HANSON Symphony No. 2, Op. 30 (Romantic)

CONCERT SPONSORS: Mr. Edward Davison, Attorney at Law & Dr. Cathy O. Blight, Dr. Mark & Genie Plucer, Huntington Bank, and Tom Glasscock & Helen Bas

Guest Artist Sponsors: Dr. Brenda Fortunate & C. Edward White


Contact: 810.237.7333

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Additional time info:

Pre-Concert Talk at 6:30pm  with Gregg Emerson Powell. Take the mystery out of classical music and join us before each concert for these fun and informative talks! Gregg Powell is knowledgeable, friendly and paints a fascinating picture of the forces that shaped the composers and their music. These presentations are free and included in the price of your ticket.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.


The Whiting

1241 E. Kearsley Street, Flint, MI 48503

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Free parking is available for all performances in any surface lot on the Flint Cultural Center campus.

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