PLAINFIELD — The Plainfield Symphony closes out its 93rd season Saturday evening with a program celebrating Guiseppe Verdi’s 200th birthday.
The Oratorio Singers of Westfield will join the symphony to present an evening of orchestral, choral and vocal selections from one of the great Romantic composers of the 19th century.
Following the closing concert, the Plainfield Symphony will honor Principal Flautist Leslie Pruess at a traditional Conductor’s Circle After-Concert Party.
Selections from La Traviata, Nabucco, Aida and other operas will be performed under the direction of Michael Avagliano with Chorus Director Trent Johnson, widely known as the organist at Westfield’s First United Methodist Church.
Tickets for the performance are $50/person for reserved seating, $30/regular and $20/seniors and students, and may be purchased at the door of the Crescent Avenue Presbyterian Church, East 7th Street and Watchung Avenue.
(Parking in church lot, on the street, or in Swain Galleries lot.) Info: 1-908-561-5140 or visit the PSO website: www.plainfieldsymphony.org/.
The Conductor’s Circle After-Party is $45/person and includes a light buffet and open bar beginning at 9:30 p.m. at the home of Tony Mitchell and Jenny Ciappa, 1419 Evergreen Avenue.
Tickets to the party are separate from the concert and may be paid for at the door, but you must make reservations with Carolyn Wellington at (703) 624-1028 or email email@example.com.
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