Coastal Symphony of Georgia
Promising a 2013 – 2014 season of memorable classical music, the Coastal Symphony of Georgia presents its first concert on October 28th, under the leadership of Maestro Luiz Haza. First violinist with the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington, DC for thirty-six years, Haza has performed on world-famous stages including The White House and has conducted orchestras in North and South America, Europe and Australia. Having moved to the Golden Isles to “retire”, he has very generously shared his impressive talents with the Coastal Youth Symphony and will now direct the CSG in extraordinary evenings of world-class music.
The evening begins with Giacomo Meyerbeer’s rousing and well-known Coronation March. Featured guest violinist, Caroline Chehade will perform the Violin Concerto in D Minor by Jean Sibelius. This concerto is noted for its symphonic beauty, showy melodic passages and performance difficulty. Ms. Chehade, heralded as “one of the most talented violinists of her generation ” and “a true violinist,” performs actively throughout America and Europe. The Finale is Tchaikovsky’s famous and familiar Symphony No. 6, “Pathetique” Opus 74.
Adult tickets are $35 and Student / Children tickets $5 at the door. For further information, about season or individual tickets, go to the symphony website.
ABOUT THE COASTAL SYMPHONY OF GEORGIA – The Coastal Symphony of Georgia, which began in 1982, is under the direction of Maestro Luis Haza, and is comprised of area musicians and invited guest artists. It is the only remaining symphonic orchestra on the East Coast between Charleston and Jacksonville.