The Arlington Philharmonic Orchestra concert takes place on March 28
The Arlington Philharmonic Orchestra will present its annual Family Concert at 3 p.m. on March 28 in a virtual format via a link at http://psarlington.org.
After Music Director Orlando This presented “The Instruments of the Orchestra,” the concert will feature Pasquale Tassone’s “How Bear Lost His Tail,” a musical tale based on a Native American folk tale with illustrations by the artist. Abby Cali and a narration by Jeff O’Neil. A student gallery is available on the website, with artwork submitted by students from Arlington Public School in preparation for this concert. Other recorded works will feature Cello soloist and Young Artist Competition winner Haley Kwoun performing “Allegro Appassionato” Op.43 by Saint-Saëns and “Estampas Mexicanas” by Jose Elizondo, with an explanation by the composer himself on the way he writes his music.
After March 28, the concert will continue to be available on the orchestra’s website, Facebook page, and ACMi cable television. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Arlington Cultural Council, a local agency that is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.
The Philharmonic Society of Arlington is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit community organization comprising the Arlington Philharmonic Orchestra, the Arlington-Belmont Chorale and the Arlington-Belmont Chamber Chorus.