Downey Symphony Concert in the Park Tonight

Tonight at Furman Park  is a free concert “Pops in the Park” put on by the Downey Symphony directed by Sharon Lavery.  7PM, but get there early because you may have to park a ways and walk in.  This is a great opportunity to support local music, not many cities can brag that they have their own orchestra.

Also, jump over to their facebook page and click “like.”

Absolutely free to the public, like music should be! Come watch this concert with your friends, family and meet a broad spectrum of individuals who also enjoy “The Sounds of Music”! Feel free to bring food, drinks, blankets, pets and the need to relax in a safe, stress-free environment under the stars!

The Ragtime Dance, Scott Joplin
Selections from Porgy and Bess, George Gershwin, arr. Chuck Sayre
Overture to “West Side Story”, Leonard Bernstein, arr. M. Peress
Broadway on Parade, arr. Chuck Sayre
The Sound of Music, Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein, arr. Robert R. Bennett
Hoe-Down from “Rodeo”, Aaron Copland
Lassus Trombone, Henry Fillmore
American Salute, Morton Gould
America The Beautiful, Samuel A. Ward, arr. Alfred Reed
Armed Forces Salute, arr. Bob Lowden
Marches (for Children Conductors), John Phillips Sousa:
(Semper Fidelis, Washington Post, King Cotton, El Capitan, Stars & Stripes)

By Downey Arts Coalition

Downey Arts Coalition is a movement of several people, however this website is currently managed and updated by Andrew J Wahlquist.

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