WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- The New Westchester Symphony Orchestra will present its second Intergenerational Concert on Sunday, April 17, at White Plains High School.
The ages of the performers will range from 8-88. Students from area middle schools, high schools and colleges join the rest of the orchestra onstage for a performance of Williams' Theme from "Schindler's List," Fauré Requiem, and Beethoven Symphony No. 6.
NewWSO held its first Intergenerational Concert in October 2014. The Walter Panas High School Chamber Choir, which joined NewWSO onstage for that concert, will once again perform at the upcoming concert.
For this performance, NewWSO stays true to its identity as an audition-free community orchestra by not requiring the students to audition, unlike other area youth orchestras.
The goal of the intergenerational concert is to give anyone, at any age, an opportunity to play well-known orchestral repertoire.
General admission tickets are $10. Concert duration will be about 90 minutes, including a short intermission.
The concert begins at 3 p.m.
For more information about performing in or attending this concert, contact NewWSO at firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-623-8075.
White Plains High School is at 550 North St.
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