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Symphony Thursdays @7pm - Fanfare for the Common Man

Barry Perkins

May 27 — June 25, 7:00 p.m.Virtual Online Event

Hal & Jeanette Segerstrom Family Foundation Virtual Classical Series

Artists

Carl St.Clair, conductor
Pacific Symphony
 
Program
COPLAND:  Fanfare for the Common Man
WINEGLASS:  Alone Together
  
Captured on March 28, 2021

Copland’s iconic “Fanfare for the Common Man" was one of 18 fanfares written by various American composers during the dark days of World War II to promote feelings of patriotism and national unity. Copland wanted to honor the common man who performed his deeds of heroism not on the battlefield but on the home front.

"Alone Together" by multiple ®EMMY award-winning composer John Christopher Wineglass addresses the social issues we have all been facing during the pandemic, from not being able to perform together to systemic racial disparities. 

This performance will be available for FREE streaming on our YouTube and Facebook channels starting at 7 p.m. (PDT) on  May 27 through June 25. Check back in on May 27 for the links.

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