Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic to perform works from Stravinsky and Brahms at Lackawanna College Nov. 14
SCRANTON—Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic will continue their season’s “Latitude/Longitude” theme with the “Departing Washington, D.C. for the European Capitals” program at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14 in the Theater at Lackawanna College.
NEPA Philharmonic chose their theme as a way to take concert goers on a trip around the world through music, and Nov. 14’s event will feature selections from Russian composer Igor Stravinsky (“Dumbarton Oaks”) and German composer Johannes Brahms (“Serenade No. 1 in D Major”).
A Martz bus from Wilkes-Barre will be available for transportation to the event. Advance registration is required.
Tickets are available online at www.nepaphil.org, by phone at (570) 270-4444 or at the box office the day of the event. Reserved seat prices range from $30 to $65. College students can purchase tickets for $15. Students through high school age can attend this and all NEPA Philharmonic Masterworks concerts for free.
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