Everett Philharmonic Orchestra to perform final concert of the season
The Everett Philharmonic Orchestra, under the direction Paul-Elliott Cobbs, presents its season finale concert at 7 p.m. on May 5 at the Everett Civic Auditorium, 2415 Colby Ave.
The concert program features flutist Hal Ott and includes Listener’s Choice selections, such as Sergei Rachmaninov’s “Symphony No. 2.” Many of the Listener’s Choice melodies have been made into popular songs.
“This is definitely an audience favorite,” said Maestro Cobbs. “The Enescu and Rachmaninov have been requested by so many of our audience members and rightfully so.
Also included in the program are “The Romanian Rhapsody No. 1” of George Enescu, Rachmaninov’s “Symphony No 2.” and Bernard Romberg’s “Concerto for Flute” – Flutist Hal Ott will take center stage for this performance.
Ott is a professor at Central Washington University, a world-renowned recitalist and an in demand adjudicator.
“Our soloist, Hal Ott, is such an engaging musician; he will captivate your hearts with this performance,” Cobbs said. The season finale concert promises to be the most exciting of the year!”
With this concert, the Everett Philharmonic brings its second season to a close. Tickets for next season will be available at the performance.
Tickets for the season finale are $25 each. Senior and student tickets are $20. Festival seating – so come early. Doors open at 5:45 p.m. Stageside Chat with the Maestro and soloist at 6 p.m.
Order tickets online at www.everettphil.org or call 206-270-9729.