It's Valentine's Day and Murfreesboro Symphony Orchestra invites you to a love-themed strings concert on Thursday, Feb. 14 from 7 - 9 p.m.
Dr. Jordan Tang is the guest conductor, with special appearance by soloist Collin Peterson. MSO sets the mood for the night with unforgettable pieces such as “The Marriage of Figaro,” love theme from Romeo and Juliet, prelude to “Carmen,” “Lara’s Theme” and “Wedding March” to name a few.
More About Jordan Tang
Tang served as Music Director and Conductor of the Jackson Symphony (TN) for 27 seasons, Music Director and Conductor of the Paducah Symphony (KY) for 23 years, Associate Conductor of the Charlotte Symphony and Charlotte Pops Orchestra (NC), Music Director of the Ozark Festival Orchestra (MO), the Missouri State University Symphony, the Youth Symphony of the Carolinas, and the New Music Ensemble in Utah. Tang has also appeared in concert with the Hong Kong Philharmonic, Nashville, Memphis, Kansas City, Gainesville Chamber, South Arkansas and Sewanee Summer Music Center orchestras. He has studied conducting privately with Joseph Rosenstock, and also with Otto Werner Mueller, Sergiu Comissiona and Harold Farberman. As a composer of more than 90 original works and hundreds of arrangements and orchestrations, Tang has written four symphonies, three string quartets, concerto works for timpani, percussion, violin and cello, large orchestral works, instrumental and ensemble works, a Passion, a ballet, as well as keyboard, vocal and choral works.
Ticket price per person is $40 premium seating, $25 floor, $15 side balcony.
The MSO holds concerts at First United Methodist Church at 265 W. Thompson Lane, Murfreesboro.
Call 615-898-1862 or visit murfreesborosymphony.com.