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Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra

Tuesday, July 24, 2018
8:00 pm GLCO
Center Stage
800 Bay Harbor Dr.
Bay Harbor, MI 49770 (231) 439-2610
Cost: All seats $20
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Contact: GLCFA Box Office
Email: tickets@greatlakescfa.org
Phone: (231) 439-2610
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The Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Music Director Dr. Libor Ondras, are excited to present an evening of the world's greatest music. Featured performances will include Bartered Bride Overture by Smetana, Choruses from Candide by Bernstein, El Salon Mexico by Copland, and Brahms Concerto for Violin, Cello, and Orchestra Op. 102. Featured soloists will be Dylana Jenson, violin, and David Lockington, cello.

The Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra has completed 16 seasons as the only professional orchestra in Michigan north of the 45th parallel. Since 2001, GLCO has offered to its audiences over 150 performances, including chamber music series concerts, educational concerts and outreach projects in local schools.


Dylana Jensen

Dylana Jenson started playing violin at age 2. At the International Tchaikovsky Competition, she became the youngest and first American woman to win the Silver Medal at age 17. She made a Carnegie Hall debut playing the Sibelius Concerto with Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra, which launched her career
as a concert violinist.


David Lockington

David Lockington received his masters in cello performance from Yale University and served as assistant principal cellist of the Denver Symphony Orchestra before turning to conducting full time. He was the conductor of the Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra for 14 years. He is Music Director of the Pasadena and Modesto Symphonies, and he has never stopped playing the cello.

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