Carnegie Hall is pleased to present the West Virginia University Symphony Orchestra in concert on Wednesday, Apr. 19, at 7:30 p.m. Concert tickets are on sale now and are only $15 for adults and $7 for students. This evening concert, conducted by Dr. Mitchell Arnold, will feature Symphony No. 5 in C Minor by Ludwig van Beethoven.
In addition, the WVU Symphony Orchestra will be performing during the daytime Link Up student concerts on Thursday, Apr. 20. Joining the WVU orchestra for the Thursday concerts will be over 500 fifth-grade Greenbrier County students and a special guest vocalist from Greenbrier East High School under the direction of Ms. Carrie Neese.
Link Up, a program of Weill Music Institute of Carnegie Hall in New York City, pairs orchestras across the country with students in grades three through five to explore orchestral repertoire through a hands-on music curriculum. Students from Greenbrier County will participate in the Link Up concert where they will sing along and play recorders with the orchestra.
Carnegie Hall would like to thank the Carnegie Hall Guild, Classics for Kids Foundation, Daywood Foundation, Greenbrier County Commission, Greenbrier County Schools, Hollowell Dawkins Foundation, and Uncle Larry’s Fund for their support of Link Up.
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