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FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 2021 at 7:30pm


The Auditorium at Living Hope Church

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The concert is 70 minutes with no intermission. 

 

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

 

DOORS OPEN AT 7pm

 

NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR



IN-PERSON
$30

 

Seating is:

  • Limited Capacity
  • Socially Distanced
  • General Admission

 

Masks will be required at all times while in the building and for the duration of the performance.

 

Temperatures will be taken upon entry.­

 

In-person attendees will receive a private link to a recording of the concert after April 19, that will be available to view until May 13.
 

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VIRTUAL
$15

 

This is a ticket for an online performance of this concert.

 

You will receive a private link to a live broadcast of this concert before the April 9, 7:30pm concert date.

 

You will also receive a private link to a recording of the concert after April 19 that will be available to view until May 13.

 



 




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Violin I: Michele Lekas, Concertmaster

Violin II: Lauren Lai, Assistant Concertmaster

Viola: Amy Brandfonbrener, Principal

Cello: Mark Lekas, Principal 

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MOZART - String Quartet No.4 in C Major, K157
PUCCINI - Crisantemi
DVORAK ­ - ­ String Quartet in F major, Op. 96 (American Quartet)

 

The Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchhestra is Bringing Back the Music with a romantic and crowd pleasing trio of String Quartets. Mozart's spring-like K157 was written when he was just 16 years old, living in Milan. Puccini's moving Crisantemi was written in one evening as a tribute to the Duke of Savoy. Dvorak's American Quartet was his second piece composed during his stay in America after his New World Symphony. His appreciation for American folk tunes and spirituals influenced this lively piece that is credited with influencing Western film scores in the mid-20th century.

 

 

 

 


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