On Sunday, March 1, the Central Ohio Symphony Orchestra welcomes the return of two artists and presents a varied program which evokes the sound of festivals and fun.
The concert opens with Ohio educated composer William Grant Still’s Festive Overture, followed Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante, considered by many to be the composer’s most successful of the genre, a cross-over between symphony and concerto.
For the latter, the CSO is welcoming back violinist Simone Gallo from New Mexico State University and violist Randoph Kelly, Principal Viola of the Pittsburgh Symphony.
The concert concludes with the Spanish inspired Capriccio Espagnol by Rimsky-Korsakv and Respighi’s brilliant Roman Festivals.
The event begins at 3 PM in Gray Chapel, University Hall on the campus of Ohio Wesleyan University. Online tickets are available here.