Grandeur, old & new

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Grandeur, old & new

Post conducts fantastic music variety at concert
17-year old Durango native Liam Ramsey-White, seated front left, had the concertmaster’s chair this weekend for the San Juan Symphony’s world premier of his own original composition, “Camping.” The 11th-grader currently is an orchestra major at the Denver School of the Arts.
Israeli flutist Yossi Arnheim soloed on Mozart’s Flute Concerto No. 2 as well as the Middle Eastern influenced “Samay Nahawand.”
San Juan Symphony music director Arthur Post will step down at the end of the 2014-15 season after 13 years.
Review

“Mozart, Tchaikovsky and Beyond,” San Juan Symphony, Arthur Post, music director, flutist Yossi Arnheim, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb 16, Fort Lewis College Community Concert Hall.

Post to bow out after 2015 season

Sunday was not just another concert for the San Juan Symphony.
Music director and conductor Arthur Post again seamlessly led the orchestra through another varied and entertaining program, but few in the audience knew what was happening onstage

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Grandeur, old & new

17-year old Durango native Liam Ramsey-White, seated front left, had the concertmaster’s chair this weekend for the San Juan Symphony’s world premier of his own original composition, “Camping.” The 11th-grader currently is an orchestra major at the Denver School of the Arts.
Israeli flutist Yossi Arnheim soloed on Mozart’s Flute Concerto No. 2 as well as the Middle Eastern influenced “Samay Nahawand.”
San Juan Symphony music director Arthur Post will step down at the end of the 2014-15 season after 13 years.
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