Young musicians show what they’re made of in San Juan Symphony Youth Orchestra

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Young musicians show what they’re made of in San Juan Symphony Youth Orchestra

Groups will play to perform in Bayfield and Durango
Lech Usinowicz, San Juan Symphony Youth Orchestra general program director and conductor of the senior ensemble, leads young musicians in practice ahead of this weekend’s performances in Durango and Bayfield.
If you go

WHAT: San Juan Symphony Youth Orchestra winter concert, featuring the Junior Orchestra, Youth Philharmonic and Youth Symphony, Director Lech Usinowicz with Mark Walser and Molly Jensen.

WHEN: 2 p.m. Sunday, Bayfield Performing Arts Center; 7 p.m. Monday, Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College.

TICKETS: Bayfield: $5 adults, students free. Durango: $10 adults, $5 students, available online at www.durangoconcerts.com, by phone at 247-7657, and at the door.

More information: Call 382-9753 or visit www.sanjuuansymphony.org.

Young musicians show what they’re made of in San Juan Symphony Youth Orchestra

Lech Usinowicz, San Juan Symphony Youth Orchestra general program director and conductor of the senior ensemble, leads young musicians in practice ahead of this weekend’s performances in Durango and Bayfield.

Young musicians show what they’re made of in San Juan Symphony Youth Orchestra

Mark Walser, conductor, and Shannon Fortenot work with musicians in the Junior Orchestra.

Young musicians show what they’re made of in San Juan Symphony Youth Orchestra

Molly Jensen is conductor of the Youth Philharmonic.
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