Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Keweenaw Symphony, world-class violinist to perform Feb. 19 at Rozsa

HOUGHTON -- The Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra concludes its 40th anniversary season with an electrifying concert of American and Russian classics. Come to the Rozsa Center at 7:30 p.m. this Saturday, Feb. 19, to hear Aaron Copland's inspiring Appalachian Spring Suite, the first great Americana orchestral work, written during WWII. The performance ends with Tchaikovsky's fiery Violin Concerto, played by world-class Ukrainian violinist, Solomiya Ivakhiv.

Don't miss the Keweenaw Symphony Orchestra's final performance of the season on Feb. 19!

Sponsored by Portage Health.

Ticket prices for the general public are $15, $7 for Students, and free for Michigan Tech Students. To purchase tickets, contact Michigan Tech Ticketing Services at the Rozsa Box Office at 487-3200, the Central Ticket Office (SDC) at 487.2073, or go online at tickets.mtu.edu. No refunds, exchanges, or late seating, please.

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