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Experience the passion and romance of Mozart through the virtuosity of the Everett Philharmonic Orchestra

 

January 14, 2013

Pamper that special someone with an elegant concert performed by the Everett Philharmonic Orchestra and

Conductor Dr. Paul-Elliott Cobbs. They will share the intimacy of Mozart in their third concert of the season,

That Magnificent Mozart! at 3:00 pm on Sunday, February 10, in Everett’s First Presbyterian Church.

This tempting program features Mozart’s virtuosic Violin Concerto No 3 showcasing violinist, Carrie Rehkopf.

Certainly a work requiring great facility and skill, this performance will infuse the afternoon with excitement.

Cobbs emphasizes, “The genius of Mozart is unsurpassed. He is undoubtedly one of the greatest composers

who ever lived. In fact, this concert culminates the month-long celebration of his 257th birthday!”

Mozart’s “Gran Partita”, Serenade No 10, provides the ideal overture to the afternoon’s festivities. With its

passion and brilliance it is certain to delight. This work for wind ensemble has been prominently featured

throughout the media including, Amadeus, How I Met Your Mother and The West Wing. The elegant form,

skillful instrumentation and contrasting emotions of Mozart’s Symphony No 41 will provide an inspiring finish

to the program. Crafted with power and grace, this beloved work embodies all of the hallmarks of a

masterpiece, while maintaining an ease of listening. The haunting melodies will leave audiences humming.

Tickets are affordably priced at $25 each. Seniors and students are just $20. Add a romantic dinner and you

have the perfect early Valentine’s gift!

Festival seating—so come early. Doors open at 2:15 p.m. Tickets are available online at http://www.everettphil.org.

Or call 206.270.9729.

 

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