Friday, March 15, 2013
Eric Werner, a former member of the William Tennent High School Concert Band and Wind Ensemble, as well as the school's Chorus and Madrigal Singers, will return to perform with the Orchestra.
The Warminster Symphony Orchestra will present The Capital Singers in performance with the Orchestra on Saturday evening, March 16 at 8 p.m. in the William Tennent High School Auditorium. “The Warminster Symphony is thrilled to present The Capital Singers at our March concert,” said Joseph Lovecchio, the orchestra’s music director and conductor. “I believe that the audience will be captivated and lifted by the majesty of the music on this exceptional program," he said. "For lovers of choral music especially, this is a concert not to be missed.” The program will include 'Choral Fantasy' and “Hallelujah” from Christ on the Mount of Olives by Ludwig Van Beethoven and 'A Distant Land' by John Rutte Soloists for the Choral Fantasy include …
Friday, December 7, 2012
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Friday, December 7, 2012
WARMINSTER SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PRESENTS 'DELIGHTFUL DVORAK, AMAZING WILLIAMS' Where/when: William Tennent Auditorium, 333 Centennial Rd., Warminster, Saturday at 8 p.m. Why go: Warminster Symphony Orchestra will present a program that includes Music from Star Wars, and John Williams' Concerto for Tuba, featuring tuba solist and Penn State Music Professor Velvet Brown. Also on the program is Symphony No. 8 in G Major by Dvorak and traditional holiday favorites. Tickets available at the door. Cost: $22 per ticket ($20 in advance), $8 for students with ID. DROID DAUGHTER LIVE AT THE HOUSE OF COFFEE Where/when: The House of Coffee, 22 N. Main St., Doylestown, Saturday from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Why go: Local musician and producer Connor Lepre (a.…
Thursday, June 30, 2011
The Warminster Symphony Orchestra kicked off the summer series with a selection of movie soundtracks and big band classics.
More than 200 Warminster residents of every age gathered outside the WREC center Wednesday to enjoy an evening of free music provided by the Warminster Symphony Orchestra. It was the first of five outdoor concerts organized by the Warminster Parks and Recreation Department for the next five weeks. "We try and select a wide variety of family-oriented music," said Chelsea Decker, recreation assistant for the Parks and Rec Department and organizer of the summer music series for the past five years. "We start planning in February and start receiving lots of press packs and CDs from local musicians." Decker filled out the rest of the schedule with the Barley Boys, an Irish music band (July 6), Melissa Martin & the Mighty Rhythm Kings, a swing …