The Coppell Community Orchestra invites those of all ages to their fifth season opening performance on Sunday, October 17 at 3pm in the Coppell Arts Center, located at 505 Travis St. in Coppell.
Admission for this concert is free, though donations are appreciated and are tax deductible. Reserve your free tickets today via www.coppellartscenter.org by clicking on Events and selecting the performance.
This concert, entitled “Spanish Flair” will feature works by Spanish composers and composers inspired by Spanish culture or events. Some featured works include: Capriccio Espagnol (a Spanish piece written by a Russian composer), The Carmen Suite No.2 (drawn from the music of Georges Bizet's 1875 opera Carmen). The Coppell Community Orchestra will also feature distinguished Cellist, Tsun-yuet Emmanuel Kwok. Mr. Kwok is an international professional cellist and has toured all over Europe, Asia, and the United States. Mr. Kwok is currently on staff at Prime Music Institute.
This concert with entertain and educate those of all ages.
The Coppell Community Orchestra is a non-profit organization that provides educational opportunities for musicians and patrons in and around Coppell. Starting their fifth season, this young orchestra is always looking for musicians, sponsors, and volunteer staff. You can learn more at their website CoppellOrchestra.org.