The Brockton Symphony Orchestra
Announces the 2014-2015 Season
The Voyage Home
In our 2014-2015 season, we conclude our epic three-year Symphonic Voyage with the soul-stirring music of Germany, Scandinavia, and the British Isles, and our beloved Holiday Pops and Chamber Music concerts.
Sunday, May 3, 2015 at 3:00 p.m.
West Middle School, 271 West St, Brockton, MA
Tickets: Adults $20, Seniors/Students $15, Children 12 & under with adult: Free
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Savor the British Isles’ majesty with Walton’s classic Crown Imperial March; Mendelssohn’s Hebrides (aka Fingal’s Cave) Overture; Vaughan Williams’ virtuosic Tuba Concerto featuring Boston Symphony Principal Tubist, Mike W. Roylance; Williams’ magnificent Suite from the Nicole Kidman/Tom Cruise movie Far and Away; and Parry’s quintessentially British Symphony No. 3 in C Major, “The English.”
Mike W. Roylance
Principal Tuba, BSO
Mendelssohn - Hebrides (aka Fingal's Cave) Overture
Vaughan Williams - Tuba Concerto in F minor
Mike W. Roylance
Principal Tuba, Boston Symphony Orchestra
John Williams - Suite from Far and Away
Parry - Symphony No. 3 in C Major, "The English"
Walton - Crown Imperial March
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Parking is available in the school lot. Overflow parking is permitted along the many side streets off West Elm Street (but not on West Elm itself). Click here to see the map.
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Brockton Symphony Orchestra has a rich history as one of the finest and oldest orchestras in the Greater Boston area. Conceived in 1948 by fellow musicians and friends, the mission of the orchestra is to bring symphonic music to our community, to teach and inspire children about music, and to encourage participation of local musicians and students.
Led by James M. Orent, the Orchestra presents an exciting season of repertoire to entertain and inspire all generations of music lovers.