Rocky Mountain Symphony Orchestra in Cochrane June 2
Schubert “Great” Symphony
Saint Saens: Morceau de Concert (with Rosalee Morrison)
C.M. Weber: Bassoon Concerto (with Jonathan Gresl)
Friday, June 2nd, 7:30pm at the Ranchehouse.
Adults $25 Seniors $20 Students $15 <6 yrs $5
The Rocky Mountain Symphony hopes to satisfy a desire among Albertans for accessible programming of excellent live orchestral music, regardless of where they live. They believe that the vast repertoire of Western Art Music should be accessible to all, not only to those lucky enough to enjoy the thriving artistic and cultural scenes of urban centres.
The symphony aims to challenge and change the misconception that Classical Music is elitist. Orchestral music is for everyone.
The RMSO performs under the direction of Carlos Foggin whose high-energy, passionate performances have received enthusiastic reviews from many publications including the Calgary Herald and Opera Canada magazine.
- Tickets purchased prior to May 28 will be entered in a draw to sit IN the orchestra, a unique opportunity to sit in a professional ensemble for a bit.
- There is no dress code! Anything that makes you feel comfortable is fine. Most people will be wearing business clothes or slightly dressy casual clothes, but you’ll see everything from jeans ‘n T-shirts to cocktail dresses.
- Plan to arrive 20 minutes before concert time, so you can find your seat, turn off your cell phone, take a look at your surroundings, absorb the atmosphere, and have time to glance through the program book. Most concerts start on time. If you’re late, you may end up listening from the lobby! If that happens, you’ll need to wait for a suitable pause in the program, so your arrival won’t disturb other patrons.
- For answers to many other questions see the First Time Visit page of the website.
Reserve your seats now at www.rockymountainsymphony.ca