Auburn Symphony Orchestra Begins 2019-20 Season with Stunning Visuals

Sep 18, 2019  -  Events

2019-20 Symphony Series: Pictures at an Exhibition
Featuring visuals by Adrian Wyard and Auburn School District Student Artwork

Performance: October 13th, 2019 | 2:30 - 4:30pm | Auburn Performing Arts Center, 702 4th St. NE, Auburn
Cost: $37 general, $30 senior, $10 student*

Auburn Symphony starts the season with a stunning visual concert with talented Seattle artist Adrian Wyard previously featured with Holst's The Planets in spring of 2018. Auburn Symphony will perform Mussorgsky's epic Pictures at an Exhibition. "The Gnome", "Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks", "The Market" and more are brought to life with Wyard's visuals. Also featured is the overture to Russian and Ludmilla by Mikhail Glinka and Adam Schoenberg's Grammy-nominated Picture Studies: Pictures at an Exhibition for the 21st Century.

In partnership between Auburn Symphony Orchestra and Interurban Center for the Arts, nearly 300 Auburn School District students have created art inspired by Mussorgsky's enduring work. The artwork will be on display in the lobby at the concert for all to enjoy.

Don't Miss: Before the concert, enjoy a free pre-concert talk about the program with Music Director Wesley Schulz and KING FM Host Dave Beck at 1:30pm on 10/13.

*Call (253) 887-7777 to order tickets or purchase online at auburnsymphony.org by noon on October 13th. Box office tickets sales begin at 1:30pm. Reserved seats can be purchased in advance or the day of the concert. Parking is free.

This concert is sponsored in part by the City of Auburn.


Auburn Symphony Orchestra changes lives and our community through the shared experience of live classical music performances and by nurturing the relationship between the audience and the artists. Learn more and support the music at auburnsymphony.org.

Questions?
Contact Auburn Symphony Orchestra executive director Rachel Perry at [email protected]

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