Symphony to Perform Haydn’s ‘Symphony No. 104 in D’

The Palisades Symphony performs under conductor Joel Lish.

Palisades Symphony to Perform February 10

The Palisades Symphony, under the direction of Joel Lish, will perform its third concert of the 2018-2019 season at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 10 in the Palisades Lutheran Church, 15905 Sunset Blvd. Admission is free, and everyone is welcomed.

The orchestra will perform “Suite No. 1” by Ottorino Respighi and Haydn’s “Symphony No. 104 in D.”  Also on the program is Ernst von Dohnanyi’s “Concert Piece for Cello and Orchestra” with guest soloist David Speltz.

The mission of the Palisades Symphony is to make classical music accessible to audiences, provide musicians with the opportunity to perform and give contemporary composers a forum to have their works featured. Tax-deductible contributions are welcome and help defray the cost of the rental and performance space, Young Artist awards, printing and postage, and payments for the conductors and soloists.

Remaining concert dates will be late March, May 5 (“Haydn’s Creation”), early June (Young Artist competition winners) and in late July or early August the annual opera.

Checks may be mailed to P.O. Box 214, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272. The tax ID # is 237092960 and “you derive no tangible benefit from this gift.” Even small contributions are welcomed.

Sigrid Hofer, the VP of fundraising, said “As always, we list donations in our concert program throughout the season, unless you wish your gift to be anonymous.”

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1 Response to Symphony to Perform Haydn’s ‘Symphony No. 104 in D’

  1. Sigrid Hofer says:

    Thank you, Sue, for publicizing our concert, as well as for all of your other welcome bits of information and updates on what is going on in the community!

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