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Fall Concert - Sunday, October 6, 2019

    Magic Spells! was the theme for the October 6, 2019, family concert, featuring a magic spell gone awry, a tale from Arabian Nights, singing witches, an upbeat American and a surprise from the son of J.S. Bach.

    The concert included:

  • Air in D from Orchestral Suite No.3 by Johann Sebastian Bach, to honor the memory of Frank R. Bodor, 1931-2019.

  • Symphony No. 1 in D Major by C.P.E. Bach.

  • The Sorcerer's Apprentice by Paul Dukas.

  • Abu Hassan Overture by Carl Maria von Weber.

  • Witches Music from Macbeth by Giuseppe Verdi, with guest performers Erika Walker Duderstadt, mezzo soprano, and Sierra McCorvey and Rebecca Enlow, sopranos.

  • Upbeat! by Ellen Taaffe Zwilich.​

  • Night on Bald Mountain by Modest Mussorgsky.

    Read program notes by Steven Ledbetter.

    Musicians for this concert.

​    Refreshments were served during intermission.

    This season's Art in Music Contest works were displayed.


Guest Performers Rebecca Enlow (left), Sierra McCorvey and Erika Walker Duderstadt in "Witches Music" from "Macbeth" by Giuseppe Verdi. Photo credit: Bill Mullane.

The concert was held at First Presbyterian Church,

256 Mahoning Avenue, NW, Warren, 3 p.m.

Robert Byrd and daughter

Robert Byrd, McGuffey K-8 art instructor, and daughter attend the concert to recognize Art in Music Contest winners from his school. Photo credit: Judy Solomon.

Joseph Kromholz
Art Contest Winners 2019

Art in Music Contest winners recognized with Judy Solomon (back row) and Susan Davenny Wyner (right). Photo credit: Bill Mullane.

Concertmaster Joseph Kromholz recognized following his solo performance. Photo credit: Bill Mullane.

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