Tickets on sale May 20 through The Harvard Box Office/Office for the Arts at Harvard 1350 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138 (Smith Campus Center in Harvard Square) Tuesday-Sunday, 12:00-6:00 pm; via phone: 617.496.2222; and online www.boxoffice.harvard.edu
"COAST to COAST: A Confluence of Music" - Evening Feature Concert
Sanders Theatre at Memorial Hall, Harvard University - Friday, June 20, 2014
Benicia, California - World Projects Corporation proudly announces "COAST to COAST: A Confluence of Music" - a special one-night- only Evening Concert to be held in Harvard University's historic Sanders Theatre at Memorial Hall on Friday, June 20, at 8:00pm. Tickets are $15 ($10 for Students/Seniors) and will be available for purchase beginning Tuesday, May 20, through The Harvard Box Office/Office for the Arts at Harvard, via phone: 617.496.2222, and online www.boxoffice.harvard.edu. Please contact Susan Mann at World Projects for more information about special student, Senior, Veteran, and school concert ticket information.
For "COAST to COAST: A Confluence of Music" two of the country's finest youth orchestras will come together from opposite coasts for one evening of extraordinary performance and sharing through the shared language of music. Representing the oldest independent music school in the US, The New England Conservatory Youth Symphony will welcome Young People's Symphony Orchestra (YPSO), the oldest independent youth orchestra in California and the second oldest in the nation.
Selected repertoire to include:
New England Conservatory Youth Symphony (Steven Karidoyanes, Conductor)
Overture to Barber of Seville by Rossini Symphony No. 1 by William Grant Still
Young People's Symphony Orchestra (David Ramadanoff, Conductor)
Mussorgsky/Rimsky-Korsakov A Night on Bare Mountain Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 6. 3rd movement Shostakovich Symphony No. 10, 4th movement
Williams Raiders March
Please join us for "COAST to COAST: A Confluence of Music" to celebrate and support these superior young musicians and the importance of music education.
"With music education as our priority, World Projects provides musicians performance opportunities and cultural exchange through travel."
World Projects is an international leader in providing musicians from around the globe with life changing experiences through travel. World Projects was established in 1984 as a company specializing in the organization of international performance tours originally for American and Japanese student music programs. Today World Projects offers music festivals and customized performance tours around the globe. Knowledge of and good relations with the world's top performing venues, together with experience in setting up joint concerts generating local audiences and providing homestay and accommodations with like-minded host groups provide unparalleled opportunities for lasting cultural awareness and international friendships. With Music Education as a priority, World Projects provides musicians with life changing performance opportunities and cultural exchange through travel. Currently, World Projects has offices in the United States, Australia, Japan and Europe; its corporation headquarters is located in Benicia, California, USA (San Francisco Bay area).