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Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Plainfield Symphony opens 99th season with 'Passion and Poetry' selections from Wagner

A romantic rendering of the winged Valkyries.

The Plainfield Symphony steps off it 99th season this Saturday (October 13) with selection of favorites from the operas of Richard Wagner entitled 'Passion and Poetry'.

The program will feature orchestral and vocal music from Die Walküre, Tristan und Isolde, Tannhäuser and more.

Special soloists for this program are baritone Steven Scheschareg, tenor Adam Herskowitz and dramatic soprano Othalie Graham.

The PSO's music director, Charles Prince, has a YouTube video online discussing the program here.

Tickets are $45/general, $30/senior and students (with ID), and $65/reserved, and may be bought online here or at the door.

The concert starts at 7:00 PM sharp. The Plainfield Symphony Orchestra performs at Crescent Avenue Presbyterian Church, at East 7th Street and Watchung Avenue. Parking available in the church lot on First Place, on the street or in the Swain Galleries lot across from the church.

 -- Dan Damon [ follow ]

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