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Warren Philharmonic Orchestra Performs at 2019
Student Concerts

The Warren Philharmonic Orchestra continued its outreach to area third through eighth grade students by sponsoring two instructional concerts for students at Lakeview High School Auditorium in Cortland on October 4, 2019, at 9:15 and 10:40 a.m. These live performances encouraged students to discover the thrill of classical music and the instruments, performers and composers that enrich our lives.


2017 audience members. Photo Credit: Amanda Winner

The concerts were free to students from Trumbull-area schools. Reservation details were sent to building principals. The orchestra performed excerpts from the fall public concert on the theme Magic Spells! Students experienced works by Modest Mussorgsky (A Night on Bald Mountain), Paul Dukas (The Sorcerer's Apprentice​), Carl Maria von Weber (Abu Hassan Overtur​e) and a surprise from Disney's The Lion King.


    "High jinks, moods, fantastic musical stories: Join the fun as these great composers serve up tricks and treats — a broom that works magic, and some spooky spirits, ghosts and a tale from Arabian Nights. -- Welcome to our special Magic Spells! school concert made just for you!" explained Susan Davenny Wyner, Warren Philharmonic Orchestra's music director and conductor. "Our orchestra has over 50 professional musicians who play over 60 different musical instruments. At the concert you will meet all the instruments of the orchestra and hear the stories behind the music."


    Materials for teachers preparing their students for a concert experience were delivered to Trumbull County grade 3-8 school principals and can be downloaded from links below on this page.


Concert notes 2019 [Word or PDF]

Concert Packet 2019 [PDF]


Reservation Form 2019 [MS Word OR PDF]
​Student Evaluation 2019 [MS Word OR PDF]
Teacher Evaluation 2019 [MS Word OR PDF]

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