Nyack Performance by Rockland Symphony Orchestra!

Dated: May 10 2011

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A Nyack, New York performance by Chamber Musicians of the Rockland Symphony Orchestra (Music Director Edward Simons) will take place on Sunday, May 22nd, 2011 at 3 p.m. at the beautiful and serene Grace Episcopal Church located at 130 First Avenue, Nyack New York. The music of Mozart and Schubert will be performed, including Mozart Quartet in G Minor for Piano and Strings, Mozart Quartet in D Major for Flute and Strings, and Schubert Quintet in C Major for Two Violins, Viola, and Two Cellos. This concert will be performed by Ed Simons, Karen Gilbert, Elizabeth Nilsen, Heather Vogel - Violin and/or Viola; David Moore, Stephen Reid - Cellos; Jan Deats, Piano; Jacquelyn Drechsler, Flute. Tickets are $25.00; Seniors and Students tickets are $20.00. To purchase tickets online, please go to: www.rocklandsymphonyorchestra.org. Their mailing address is: Rockland Symphony Orchestra, P.O. Box 456, Valley Cottage, New York 10989.
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