We are proud to present our 2016 concert series at Mary Olson Farm 

 

Thursday, July 7 – 7PM: Lovely Low Brass Auburn Symphony's opening summer chamber program will feature a low-brass quartet playing classic favorites from Mozart to Sousa and some great modern melodies. It will be an exciting musical evening for the whole family, guaranteed to delight seasoned concertgoers and first-time attendees.  Thursday, July 21 – 7PM: Horns A-Plenty Auburn Symphony's second summer chamber program will featurea unique French horn quartet, led by Auburn Symphony Orchestra principal French horn player Rodger Burnett.  Thursday, August 4 – 7PM: Summer Strings Celebration Auburn Symphony's third and final summer concert, features a string quintet, which will once again include talented students showcased in the Saint-Saëns favorite, Carnival of the Animals. Also featured, are Handel's moving Concerto Grosso in D Major and Tchaikovsky's lyrical Serenade for Strings. Musicians on this program are John Kim (violin), Lynn Bartlett-Johnson (violin), Mike Watson (viola), Brian Wharton (cello), Todd Larsen (bass), and Chuck Goodwin (narrator). Families can picnic at tables or on the grass, with plenty of space available for children to play comfortably. Children can also visit the farm animals, and volunteers from the White River Valley Museum that oversees the historic farm are available to give tours at intermission. Wine and refreshments will be available for purchase. Mary Olson Farm has general admission lawn seating.  Sorry, this venue is not wheelchair accessible. $48 Series - buy now $18 Single tickets - buy now $10 Student tickets (at the door) Children under 5 free (at the door)

Thursday, July 7 – 7PM: Lovely Low Brass
Auburn Symphony's opening summer chamber program will feature a low-brass quartet playing classic favorites from Mozart to Sousa and some great modern melodies. It will be an exciting musical evening for the whole family, guaranteed to delight seasoned concertgoers and first-time attendees. 

Thursday, July 21 – 7PM: Horns A-Plenty
Auburn Symphony's second summer chamber program will featurea unique French horn quartet, led by Auburn Symphony Orchestra principal French horn player Rodger Burnett. 

Thursday, August 4 – 7PM: Summer Strings Celebration
Auburn Symphony's third and final summer concert, features a string quintet, which will once again include talented students showcased in the Saint-Saëns favorite, Carnival of the Animals. Also featured, are Handel's moving Concerto Grosso in D Major and Tchaikovsky's lyrical Serenade for Strings. Musicians on this program are John Kim (violin), Lynn Bartlett-Johnson (violin), Mike Watson (viola), Brian Wharton (cello), Todd Larsen (bass), and Chuck Goodwin (narrator).

Families can picnic at tables or on the grass, with plenty of space available for children to play comfortably. Children can also visit the farm animals, and volunteers from the White River Valley Museum that oversees the historic farm are available to give tours at intermission. Wine and refreshments will be available for purchase. Mary Olson Farm has general admission lawn seating.  Sorry, this venue is not wheelchair accessible.

$48 Series - buy now
$18 Single tickets - buy now
$10 Student tickets (at the door)
Children under 5 free (at the door)

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