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Discover the beauty of classics reimagined for today’s modern ear. Presented at the Heritage Museum and Cultural Center, this intimately sized performance featuring SMSO’s Concertmaster Whun Kim (violin) and Associate Concertmaster Abigail Weener (violin) will carry listeners across season and time mixing newer contemporary arrangements alongside original compositions of Vivaldi’s best-known suite.

TICKET DETAILS
$38 Adult | $6 Youth (ages 6-17)
Processing fees included in price.

EVENT SCHEDULE
6:00 PM – Doors open
6:30 PM – FREE Pre-Concert Conversation with Maestro Aubin (30 min)
7:30 PM – Concert (90 min)

Program Schedule

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