North Shore Symphony Orchestra
Be ready to tap your feet and swing your skirts as North Shore Symphony Orchestra and maestro Harry Marenstein present an evening of orchestral dances in the second concert of their 58th season. The supremely talented and inventive Long Island native, Brandee Younger, who grew up in Hempstead and Uniondale, is featured on harp in Debussy’s Danse sacrée et danse profane, L.103 and Deborah Henson‐Conant’s Baroque Flamenco. The concert also will include Strauss’s Emperor Waltzes and Bernstein’s Three Dance Episodes from “Fancy Free.” The concert will close with José Pablo Moncayo’s rousing Huapango.
The North Shore Symphony Orchestra has provided a way for hundreds of individuals from all professions and ages to share and engage in their passion for music. Each season, the orchestra presents four concerts of standard classical repertoire as well as newly commissioned contemporary pieces, and features outstanding soloists, many of whom already have or go on to professional careers on the national and international stage.
Guest Artist: Brandee Younger
- Johann Strauss, Jr.: Emperor Waltzes
- Bernstein: Three Dance Episodes from ‘Fancy Free’
- Deborah Henson-Conant: Baroque Flamenco
- José Pablo Moncayo: Huapango