Nature has inspired many musical scores and the Aubudon Greenwich along with the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra is hosting a Curiosity Concert – Music and Nature on November 16 from 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Music and Nature: Can you Hear It? will feature principal players from the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra and includes Phillip Bashor on the clarinet, Andrew Gordon on the piano, Daniel Miller on the cello and Susan Rotholz on the flute.
A quintet of our own Symphony’s principal players will explore nature themes in music with selections from: Camille Saint-Saens * The Carnival of the Animals, Serge Prokofiev * Peter and the Wolf, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov * Flight of the Bumblebee, Claude Debussy * The Snow is Dancing, and Antonio Vivaldi * Four Seasons.
The concert will take place at the Audubon’s Kimberlin Nature Education Center located on 613 Riversville Rd. in Greenwich. For more information and reservations call 203-869-5272 ext. 349. or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Greenwich Audubon http://greenwich.audubon.org.
The Greenwich Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1958, and since 1975 has been led by Music Director and Conductor David Gilbert. Associate Conductor Tara Simoncic conducts GSO’s Young People’s Concerts – free concerts for 2nd through 7th graders from all Greenwich schools. For more information about GSO’s 2014/15 season, visit www.greenwichsymphony.org.