If you’re in New York, come see the String Orchestra of Brooklyn’s concert tomorrow, Saturday, November 19 at 8pm at St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn Heights! The performance presents works by Rosenmüller, Shostakovich, Pärt, and Stravinsky, with a special performance by professional pianist Conor Hanick.
The orchestra was actually featured on our arts leadership map for uniting non-professional musicians throughout Brooklyn to create great music simply for the joy and fun of playing. Founder and conductor Eli Spindel created the group in 2007 when he realized the need for a musical community in Brooklyn. Since then, the orchestra has attracted students, architects, lawyers, editors, and more.
Tickets are $15 and $10 for students or seniors; click here to order. A free food and wine reception will follow the concert.
We wish the orchestra a great recital from Boston, and are proud of its continual arts leadership presence in Brooklyn!
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