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Enjoy a Variety of Performance from the Auburn Symphony Orchestra in November

November brings us three more performances from Auburn Symphony to stream for free
from auburnsymphony.org. This month offers variety.

From a solo performance captured at home to a full orchestra performance from the archives and a recently recorded string quartet, there’s something for every mood. Soloist Series: Sarah Viens, trumpet on Nov 5,
Picture Studies on Nov 12, and String Quartet music of Emilie Mayer and Ludwig van
Beethoven on Nov 19.

Sarah Viens

Premiering November 5, 7:30 PM, Sarah Viens shares some heartwarming tunes in her
solo performance, including Grazioso, composed by Oskar Boehme, and Allegretto,
composed by Pierre Clodomir. Viens is Principal Trumpet of Auburn Symphony, Pacific
Northwest Ballet Orchestra, and Eugene Symphony. She is an instructor and frequent
performer with many orchestras and festivals in the Pacific Northwest.

Picture Studies 

Picture Studies is a 28-minute work for orchestra based on four paintings, three
photographs, and one sculpture. The piece brings eight seemingly disparate works of art to
musical life. This gorgeous piece of music performed by the Auburn Symphony in October
2019 will be available to stream beginning November 12 at 7:30 pm.

German Romanticism

An Auburn Symphony String Quartet dives into German Romanticism with the works of
Emilie Mayer and Ludwig van Beethoven. This lovely performance was filmed recently at
Green River College’s beautiful Salish Hall. You’ll be able to watch it beginning November
19.

You can still listen to several of ASO’s recent recordings online for free including, Uncommon
Voices Wind Quintet, The Planets multimedia performance, and ASO Percussionists in
Recital. Check auburnsymphony.org regularly for updates including performances and links
to learning and listening resources. The Symphony is offering their concerts for free as a
commitment to remain Creatively Connected to the community during this time.

More information is always available at auburnsymphony.org or by calling the Auburn
Symphony office at 253-887-7777.


The above is a press release from the Auburn Symphony Orchestra. The Auburn Examiner has not independently verified its contents.

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