Symphony to perform 19th Century masterpieces
Tempe Symphony Orchestra, with noted violinist Katie McLin, will present a night of 19th century masterpieces at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 21. There will be no charge for open-seating admission.
The program will feature music by Gustav Mahler and Johannes Brahms.
Since her debut with the Oregon Symphony at the age of 15, McLin has appeared as soloist with orchestras across the country. She has been a frequent guest recitalist and masterclass clinician at many schools, including Carnegie Mellon University, University of Oregon, University of Colorado (Boulder), West Virginia University, Texas Christian University and Miami University (Ohio).
The Tempe Symphony Orchestra is celebrating its 30th season and is under the direction of Dr. Richard Strange.
Tempe Symphony Orchestra is sponsored jointly by the city of Tempe and the Arizona State University School of Music.
The program will be held at in Boyle Auditorium at McClintock High School, 1830 E. Del Rio Drive, Tempe.
Information: (480) 350-5287 or www.tempe.gov/arts/TempeSymphonyOrchestra.asp.