Symphony to close silver season

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Symphony to close silver season

Choral groups to join for finale
Singers with the Telluride and Durango Choral Societies join the San Juan Symphony for the 2010 Choirs Concert. For this weekend’s “Passions and Fate” program, the vocal ensemble Caliente will add 53 more people, making it the largest group ever on stage in the symphony’s 25-year history.
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The San Juan Symphony, under the direction of Arthur Post, will present “Passions and Fate,” with guests Gemma Kavanagh, Brian Patrick Leatherman, Corey McKern, the Durango Choral Society and Caliente. Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College and 3 p.m. Sunday at the Henderson Fine Arts Center in Farmington.
Durango tickets are available by phone at 247-7657, online at www.durangocon certs.com or at the downtown box office at Seventh Street and Main Avenue. For Farmington tickets, call (505) 566-3430.

Symphony to close silver season

Singers with the Telluride and Durango Choral Societies join the San Juan Symphony for the 2010 Choirs Concert. For this weekend’s “Passions and Fate” program, the vocal ensemble Caliente will add 53 more people, making it the largest group ever on stage in the symphony’s 25-year history.
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