Warren Philharmonic Hosts ‘Secrets and Treasures!’ Oct. 28

WARREN, Ohio – The Warren Philharmonic Orchestra will host its fall concert, “Secrets and Treasures!” featuring pieces composed by Haydn, Handel, Verdi and others. The show begins at 3 p.m. Oct. 28 at Christ Episcopal Church.

Joining the orchestra as a guest baritone soloist is Warren native Brian Keith Johnson. Amoing the performances are Joseph Haydn’s “Symphony No. 2 (The Bear),” Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro,” George Frideric Handel’s “Entrance of the Queen of Sheeba” and other works.

Tickets, $25 for adults and $15 for students, are available at the door. Chlldren 13 and under are free with a parent or guardian.

Prior to “Secrets and Treasures,” the orchestra will host an instructional concert Oct. 26 for Trumbull County students at Packard Musical Hall, supported by a Warren Community Development Block Grant, the Ohio Arts Council and the Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber Foundation. Reservation details have been sent to school principals.

The Warren Philharmonic is also accepting applications for the Strings of Joy program, which provides free violin lessons to Trumbull County students in grades 3 through 7. The deadline to apply is Dec. 3 and classes will begin in January.

For more information on Warren Philharmonic Orchestra programs, visit WarrenPhilharmonic.org, call 330 399 3606 or email warren.philharmonic@gmail.com.

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