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Timpanogos Symphony to present its 'Salute to Youth' concert this weekend

Published May 1, 2013 5:04 pm
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On May 3 and May, the Timpanogos Symphony will present its "Salute to Youth" concert, which will feature winners of its first annual Aspiring Musicians Competition, which consists of a concerto and conducting competition.

With a field of 71 applicants, the tough auditioned competition yielded 7 soloists plus a youth conductor.

The concert will be at the Timberline Middle School Auditorium (500 W. Canyon Crest, Road, Alpine) at 7:30 p.m. each night.

Ticket are available for purchase online (at http://thetso.org/tickets/), via telephone (801-210-2466), email, or at the door.

$10: General Admission

$8: Students and Seniors

$25: Family Pass (up to 5 family members)

The performers include:

Alex Heyrend, age 14, vioinAnika Baker, age 10, violinDanny Jones, age 13, pianoJohannes Bowman, age 14, conductor (pictured)Karalyn Lewis, age 16, fluteKarly Lenhart, age 17, pianoMichael Moore, age 8, pianoRebekah Willey, age 18, violin






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