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SummerFEST: Four Seasons Recomposed

Aug 12, 2022

Presented by ProMusica Chamber Orchestra
SummerFEST: Four Seasons Recomposed

ProMusica SummerFEST concerts are FREE of charge and all ages are welcome! The evening opens with Respighi’s intimate and elegant Ancient Airs and Dances – fit to be enjoyed on the beautiful grounds of Franklin Park Conservatory. Concertmaster Katherine McLin takes center stage to present Max Richter’s mesmerizing The Four Seasons Recomposed—Vivaldi’s classic, reimagined.

Full concert details: https://promusicacolumbus.org/event/summerfest-four-seasons-recomposed/

ProMusica SummerFEST concerts are FREE of charge and all ages are welcome! The evening opens with Respighi’s intimate and elegant Ancient Airs and Dances – fit to be enjoyed on the beautiful grounds of Franklin Park Conservatory. Concertmaster Katherine McLin takes center stage to present Max Richter’s mesmerizing The Four Seasons Recomposed—Vivaldi’s classic, reimagined.

Full concert details: https://promusicacolumbus.org/event/summerfest-four-seasons-recomposed/

Funding for this event provided by:

Funded by GCAC Funded by OAC

Location Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens


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1777 East Broad Street, Columbus, OH, 43203


SummerFEST: Four Seasons Recomposed

Aug 12, 2022


Fri, Aug 12
8:00 - 9:00 PM
This event is:

  • Free
  • Family Friendly
  • Outdoors
Categories

Classical/Orchestra, Music
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