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Game Changers – TRYPO’s Spring Concert
May 12 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Come to our Game Changers performance and hear the works of composers who changed the idea of music in their countries. Program includes music by Vivaldi, Lauridsen, Mahler, and more!
Admission is free, with suggested donation. Your tickets are souvenir admission decals, which will be in Will Call at the concert waiting for you. Not only will the vinyl decals get you into the concert, but they will be a lovely reminder of your evening! Stick the decal to your instrument or phone case to show everyone you are a fan of TRYPO! If you can’t make the show, but would still like to make a donation towards TRYPO, feel free to click the “Yes, I want to order tickets!” button above and select the donation option in the next page.
*FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER* There will be VIP tickets available for purchase for this performance as well. If you’d like to learn more about the benefits of a VIP ticket including reserved theater seating, concessions vouchers, and more, click HERE.
Please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or just come to the concert and we’ll take care of you there!
Lobby & Silent Auction Opens – 5:00 pm
House Opens – 6:30 pm
Concert Starts – 7:00 pm
Second Half Starts – 8:20 pm
Come early and join in lobby activities from 5-6:30 pm!
PRE-CONCERT ACTIVITIES INCLUDE:
- Bid on some amazing items in the Silent Auction!
- Visit the TRYPO Gift Shop!
- Enjoy drinks and light snacks available for purchase.
Symphonette – conducted by Andrew Wickesberg
- Vivaldi, Bassoon Concerto in B-Flat Major
(featuring James Rodgers, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Principal Contrabassoonist)
- Arensky, Variations on a Theme by Tchaikovsky
Wind Symphony – Brian Worsdale, Music Director and Conductor
- Lauridsen, O Magnum Mysterium
(featuring guest conductor, Len Lavelle)
- Ticheli, Vesuvius
Young Peoples Orchestra – Brian Worsdale, Music Director and Conductor
- Kabalevsky, Overture to Colas Breugnon
- Doppler, Fantaisie Pastorale Hongroise
(featuring YPO Concerto Competition winner – Roshie Xing, flute)
- Mahler, movements from Symphony No. 1 in D Major, “Titan”