The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra returns this weekend with "Flute and Harp Impressions" featuring principal flute Evelyn Loehrlein and harpist Katherine Newman along with internationally renowned guest flutist Gergely Ittzes. The concert offers a wide range of music for flute, harp and orchestra and features two Alabama premieres by Mr. Ittzes, who joined Maestro Gregory Vajda and Ginny Kennedy to talk about this fascinating program.
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The Huntsville Chamber Music Guild has brought beautiful music to our area for sixty-four years.
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