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The Sierra Symphony Orchestra will present its annual “Young Artist Concert” on Sunday, April 6 at 3 p.m. at the Placerville Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Admission is $10 at the door; children and high students are welcomed at no charge.
Brook Wells, a 10th grade student from Placerville who studies violin with Linda Reams, will be performing Beethoven’s “Romance No. 2 in F” for violin and orchestra.
The Sierra Symphony will also perform the incomparable “2nd Symphony” by Johannes Brahms, the haunting “Steppes of Central Asia” by Borodin, “A Festival prelude” by American composer, Alfred Reed, and the delightful “Radetzky March” from the pen of Johann Strauss.
The public is invited to enjoy the concert and to support Brook Wells and the community symphony orchestra.
For more information visit sierrasymphony.org.