Sunday, April 25, 2010

At The Long Beach Symphony

We were there for a great concert last night: First, Beethoven's 2nd Symphony followed by Corigliano's The Red Violin. The violin soloist, Charles Wetherbee, was exceptional. After his performance in The Red Violin, he came out again to play an unannounced piece for us all. Last on the program was Beethoven's 7th Symphony. The orchestra was terrific, and we were impressed to see Wetherbee again, sitting in the back row of the violin section playing as a member of the group.

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