The Philharmonic Society of Arlington held its "Almost Spring" concerton Sunday, March 10, at the First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, 630 Mass. Ave.

The Arlington-Belmont Chorale and Arlington-Belmont Chamber Chorus performed, led by Barry Singer, music director of the Arlington-Belmont Chorale, and Assistant Conductor Ana Zecic Jeffers.

The diverse musical program included "Missa Brevis "by Dietrich Buxtehude; "Messe Basse" by Gabriel Fauré; "Crossing the Bar "by Gwyneth Walker; "O Love "by Elaine Hagenberg and "Celebrations" by Vincent Persichetti, accompanied by members of the Arlington Philharmonic Orchestra.

The Chamber Chorus reprises a commissioned work, "Three Poems of L. M. Montgomery, " by Kenneth Seitz, accompanied by Julie Goldberg, flutist.

March 10, 2024,concert poster

Tickets are sold at the door, priced at $20 for general admission, $15 for students and seniors, and $5 for children 17 and under. This is a wheelchair- accessible and mask-optional event.

According to its website, the Philharmonic Society of Arlington endeavors to provide performances of the widest range of classical and contemporary works to community audiences in accessible settings. 

The entire concert schedule for the orchestra's 2023-2024 season can be viewed here >>


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This news announcement was published Sunday, Feb. 25, 2024, based on information from Julie Goldberg with the Philharmonic Orchestra.