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Traverse Symphony Orchestra
Meet Hal Grossman! Hailed by critics for his "tremendous virtuosic technique" and "outstanding artistic sense", award-wining violinist Hal Grossman once again joins the TSO on Tuesday, August 3 for Arts in the Park as guest soloist in Vivaldi’s beloved Four Seasons, which will serve as the backdrop for brand new piece choreographed by the TC Dance Project. Mr. Grossman is Associate Professor of Violin at The University of Oregon, Artistic Director of the Northwest Music Retreat, and he is on the violin faculties at the Aria International Summer Academy and the Marrowstone Music Festival. He was formerly on the violin faculty at the Interlochen Center for the Arts.Other highlights of the evening include P45 stage artists singing several hit songs from Rodgers and Hammerstein’s evergreen favorite, The Sound of Music. The musicians of the TSO will round out the performance with some flag waving fun by playing a selection of patriotic favorites including a salute to the armed forces. Tickets are still available - $78 premium seating, $48 standard (adults), $24 standard (child) ... See MoreSee Less
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