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LVC Presents Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra in Free Concert July 3
06.24.14 |
Join Maestro Stuart Malina and the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra in celebrating our country's independence during the 2014 Summer Concert Series with music for the whole family. Due to inclement weather, the free concert will be at Lebanon Valley College in Blair Music Center on Thursday, July 3 at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m.; seating is limited to the first 600 guests.

This is the seventh consecutive year LVC has hosted the symphony for a free summer concert, where guests will enjoy an evening of wonderful patriotic music. 

The HSO will perform "Fanfare for the Common Man," "Raiders March and Hymn to the Fallen," " A George M. Cohan Salute," "Victory at Sea Suite," "Liberty Fanfare," and " Colonel Bogey March," among other family favorites and patriotic classics. A 4th of July concert would not be complete without Berlin's "God Bless America," "Stars & Stripes Forever," and "Armed Forces Salute."

The concert coincides with the opening of the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery's summer exhibit, " Colonization & The Collection: Selections from the Permanent Collection." A public opening reception takes place Thursday, July 3 from 5 to 7 p.m. "Colonization & The Collection" was curated by art and art history major Lindsay McMasters '14 of Middletown.

The Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra will open its 2014-2015 concert season, the orchestra's 85th season, in October. The HSO is selling subscriptions throughout the summer to both their Masterworks and Capital BlueCross Pops series. For more information or to subscribe today, please call 717-545-5527 or visit the HSO website at HarrisburgSymphony.org.

Thank you to the following generous donors for making this free concert possible:

Nancy C. Zimmerman ’53, Richard A. Zimmerman H’92
William H. Lehr, Beverlee B. Lehr
Suzanne Arnold Schrotberger H’96, Ronald Schrotberger
Capital Blue Cross
James M. Mead, Elaine L. Mead
Dr. Dennis W. Sweigart ’63
Dr. Stephen C. MacDonald, Mary C. Warner
Ronald J. Drnevich, Mary Katherine Drnevich
Dr. James H. Broussard, Margaret Broussard
Gerald S. Wingenroth ’58
Michael S. Long P’04, Amy Long P’04
Knights of Columbus



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