SF Mandolin Orchestra Concert: Wind
Music is in the air, as they say. So it is only fitting that this Spring, San Francisco Mandolin Orchestras program theme is Wind, a celebration of wind- and air-themed compositions.
Wind and music go together. Music, after all, is created by the movement of air, an invisible breeze that blows between performer and audience. It comes from wind chimes and Aeolian harps. It comes from wind instruments of all kinds. And it comes from mandolins and guitars, whose strings send vibration through in air, create their own special magic.
Join us this Spring for our wind-themed program, which includes:
Mozarts Symphony #29 in A, KV. 201 (for which the orchestra will be joined by wind instrument players)
Bachs Orchestral Suite No. 2, BWV 1067 in B minor (excerpts), featuring Susan Pursey, flute soloist.
Bachs Air on a G String, BWV 1068
Respighi Ancient Airs and Dances
and much more.
Piedmont Center for the Arts (View)
801 Magnolia Ave
Piedmont, CA 94611
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|