Allentown Symphony Orchestra Celebrates 50th Anniversary Of Earth Day With Family Concert Feb. 22
The first Earth Day, on April 22, 1970, enlisted 20 million Americans and launched the modern environmental movement. It is now the planet’s largest civic movement.
Music Director Diane Wittry programmed a remarkable concert for the entire family featuring classics that celebrate nature in music including selections from Beethoven’s “Pastoral,” Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, Grand Canyon Suite by Grofé and Respighi’s The Pines of Rome.
Starting at 12:30, families are invited to a special pre-concert meet and greet with Wildlands Conservancy’s wildlife ambassadors – feathered, furry and not!
There will also be interactive climate-education activities that will explore the impact of the elements and introduce ideas to reduce your carbon footprint!
Nature. Creativity. Learning. All for Go Green FUN!
For 50 percent off the adult ticket price, use code: GOGREEN50 at checkout!
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[Posted: January 21, 2020]
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