Poway Symphony Orchestra Performs with Local High Schools for their Spring Concert
The Poway Symphony Orchestra performs three concerts every year and offers these concerts at a local venue free of charge to the public. The musicians come from all over San Diego North County and include music educators, music professionals, high school and college students as well as other talented instrumentalists. The orchestra is organized through the Poway Unified School District Adult School Department.
The next concert will be performed on Mar. 17 at 2:30 p.m. at the Poway Center for the Performing Arts. The program will include the popular Piano Concerto No. 1 by P.I.Tchaikovski with American pianist, Chetan Tierra. Also on the program is the composer’s Marche Slave. The orchestra will be joined by choirs from Rancho Bernardo and Mount Carmel High Schools as well as Cal State San Marcos in the second half. The Conductor is Warren Torns, Music Director of the Poway Symphony Orchestra. For further information on the concert or the orchestra, including how to join as a musician, visit www.powaysymhony.org or call 858-673-9702.