The Philharmonic Society of Arlington (PSA) presented its "Sponsors' Concert" with the Arlington-Belmont Chorale and the Arlington Philharmonic Orchestra on Sunday, May 5, at 3 p.m.

The venue, the First Parish Unitarian-Universalist Church, 630 Mass. Ave., Arlington, is wheelchair accessible. Masking was optional.

Led by Music Directors Barry Singer and Orlando Cela, the program included:

  • Marche Slave by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
  • Esto Les Digo by Kinley Lange
  • In Flanders Field by Stephen Chatman
  • Songs of Remembrance, Op. 100, No.6 “When from his mortal scene” by John Bavicchi
  • Mass in D Minor (“Lord Nelson”) by Joseph Haydn

One may view the entire concert schedule for the orchestra's 2023-24 season here >> 

Soloists were Jaya Lakshminarayanan, soprano; Cindy Vredeveld, mezzo-soprano; Kartik Ayysola, tenor; and Daniel Fridley, bass.

Tickets were available at the door. General admission was $20; seniors and students $15; and children 17 years and under $5.

The Philharmonic Society of Arlington, Inc. (PSA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit community organization incorporating The Arlington Philharmonic Orchestra, The Arlington-Belmont Chorale and The Arlington-Belmont Chamber Chorus. Visit the website for more information -- or for the link to the live-stream on the day of the concert.

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."


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This news announcement was published Wednesday, April 24, 2024, based on information submitted by Julie Goldberg on behalf of the Philharmonic Orchestra. It was updated the evening of Sunday,  May 5, 2024, to indicate that the concert took place.