Four cellists from Auburn Symphony will perform a wide-ranging program at two Auburn locations.
Experience the music up close in a more casual environment. Cellos can evoke a wide range of emotions with their music. Heroic moments, sorrowful melodies and energetic tunes can come from this beloved instrument. This concert will include music from Bach and Vivaldi to tangos and everything in between. Both of these events offer the audience a more casual and personal experience with the musicians. Whether in the relaxed atmosphere of Geaux Brewing or the beautiful St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, you are sure to enjoy the smorgasbord of music!
Featured Auburn Symphony musicians are cellists Brian Wharton, Page Smith, Olga Ruvinov, and Meg Brennand. Wharton is ASO’s principal cellist. His love of chamber music led him to create Auburn Symphony’s Chamber Series. Smith has been with the Auburn Symphony for 10 seasons. She performs frequently as a soloist with several orchestras in the Seattle region. Ruvinov began to study cello at age seven and made her first solo performance with Perm State Opera Orchestra when she was thirteen years old. Brennand is known for her work on both modern and baroque cello. She also serves on the cello faculty at Seattle Pacific University.
Tickets and information can be found at auburnsymphony.org or by calling the Auburn Symphony office at 253-887-7777.
Auburn Symphony’s season will continue with An Auburn Holiday Celebration on Monday, Dec. 9th at 7:30 p.m. at the Auburn Performing Arts Center. The entire family will enjoy this evening of holiday cheer and musical delight.
WHAT: Chamber Series Concerts at Geaux Brewing and St. Matthew’s
Friday, Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. at Geaux Brewing, 425 E Main Street, Auburn, WA 98002
Sunday, Nov. 24 at 4 p.m. at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, 123 L St NE, Auburn, WA 98002
TICKETS: $20 general admission; $10 students. Call 253.887.7777, purchase online at auburnsymphony.org, or visit the box office at the concert.
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