Alum Bihn Park to Perform with the Philadelphia Orchestra

Cellist Bihn Park recently informed us that on April 14 he’ll be performing with the Philadelphia Orchestra in a concert  featuring conductor Cristian Macelaru and composer Nathaniel Stookey. The concert includes pieces by Dvorák and Stookey’s narration of his own work, The Composer is Dead.

Bihn (far left) performing on Show #246 as part of the Temple University Music Preparatory Honors String Quartet. Photo credit: Alisa Garin Photography

You can find out more about the concert and buy tickets here–the performance begins at 11:30 a.m. in Verizon Hall. We hope anyone around the Philadelphia area can attend and support Bihn, who just had his second performance on From the Top’s  Show #246 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and originally appeared on From the Top Show #198 in Omaha, Nebraska!

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