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The Beaverton Symphony plays green/blue

I’m looking forward to the Beaverton Symphony Orchestra‘s performance of green/blue on May 19 and 21 at the Village Baptist Church in Beaverton, OR. Also on the program are Robert Schumann’s Symphony #1, and the winners of the Young Artist Concerto Competition, Kaylee Jeong, Alison Mills, and Rachel Oh. I wish I could be there to hear the concert in person!

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  1. I was in the audience, and enjoyed your piece a great deal. The Beaverton Symphony gave a good performance, a bit light on ensemble unity (they’re an amateur orchestra), but with plenty of color. I hope to hear the piece again, perhaps with a professional group.

    • Thanks Marc, I’m so glad you liked it! Thank you for taking the time to write!

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