Dvorak from the PCB POPS Orchestra

by October 7, 2011 • 0 comments

Saturday October 15 at 7:30pm, the Panama City POPS Orchestra will be playing, in its entirety, the No.9 Symphony in E Minor from Dvorak.  This concert will open the POPS Orchestra’s 16th season, and the first at its new home – the Marina Civic Center.

Dvorak to be played by the POPS

About The POPS Orchestra

The concert dates for this season are October 15, January 20, March 17, and May 5.  All concerts will be at 7:30pm at the Marina Civic Center.  Tickets are $29.50 for adults, $20.00 for seniors, and $10.00 for children and are available at 850-763-4696 or www.marinaciviccenter.com from the Marina Civic Center Box office.  Tickets for active military are $20.00.

The second act of the October 15th, 2011 show will be centered on fun.  Songs will include the theme from Jurassic Park, “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Mis, Morton Gould’s “Andalucia,” and more!

About the Dvorak No. 9 Symphony

The No. 9 Symphony was composed in 1893 during a visit to the United States.  It is also referenced as “From the New World,” and was mentioned as No. 5 in earlier recordings and mentions.  There are four movements in this piece, and was debuted at Carnegie Hall.  Dvorak was a Czech composer of late romantic music; sometimes his style is referred to as romantic-classical fusion.  The No.9 Symphony is one of his best known works.

Make sure that you’re able to get out to one if not all of the Panama City POPS Orchestral concerts this season, you won’t be disappointed by the night out!

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