Symphony Orchestra to present spring concert

Team Radio Marketing Group - May 4, 2017 1:34 pm

The Ponca City High School Symphony Orchestra will present its Annual Spring Concerto Concert at 7  p.m. Friday, May 12, in the High School Howell Auditorium.

The group is under the baton of Dan P. Larson, Director of Orchestras at the high school.  Paula Cochran and Katie Rolf assist each day and teach orchestra at the middle and elementary schools.   Andrew Orr has assisted with the wind and percussion section of the Symphony Orchestra.

The community is invited to the last performance to be given by this award-winning group of musicians.

Senior musicians and their parents will be recognized during the program. The Symphony Orchestra has 27 senior members this year, of which 20 are string musicians. This group of musicians helped lead this organization to its fifth consecutive OSSAA Sweepstakes Award, the first time this has happened in the history of the Po-Hi orchestra program.

“They have been great ambassadors for our community during their time here at Po-Hi,” Larson said.  “They are a terrific group of young people. Come see what they do.”

There is no admission charge to the event.



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