All Seasons Orchestra Celebrating Beethoven’s Birthday with Free Concert/Celebration on Sunday

This is a press release from the City of Arcata:

Arcata, CA – The City of Arcata’s Recreation Division announced today that the All Seasons Orchestra will celebrate the winter season with a holiday-themed concert that will also celebrate Beethoven’s birthday.

The festivities will include an evening of music including Beethoven’s overture to The Creatures of Prometheus, selections from Mozart’s Third Concerto for Horn, holiday selections including Carol of the Bells, Festive Sounds of Hanukah, Skater’s Waltz, Sleigh Ride and a medley of songs including Santa Claus is Coming to Town, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Silver Bells and I’ll Be Home for Christmas.

The All Seasons Orchestra’s Holiday Concert will take place on Sunday, December 16 at 5 p.m. at the D Street Neighborhood Center, located at 1301 D Street in Arcata. The event is free and open to the public, and complimentary refreshments will be served following the performance.

For more information, contact Dick LaForge at 707-443-2626, Jeremy R. Cotton at 707-832-8888, the Arcata Recreation Division at 707-822-7091 or visit cityofarcata.org.

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4 comments

  • Remember Leon @ Cornucopia Music in Eureka? He always had a Beethoven birthday party and would send out invites with Beethoven bucks if you were a regular. I sure miss him ! RIP.

  • Play'em if you got'em

    And the group is made up of ALL volunteers. Community members who love music and spend countless hours rehearsing so attendees will have an thoroughly enjoyable evening. And many musicians perform with other all volunteering groups. I attended a concert last Wednesday evening at the Eureka Inn. The CR Community band performed a most excellent hour of eclectic holiday music. And some of those musicians perform with the All Seasons group. There are few citizens in our community who recognize the fact we live in an area rich with members who love, appreciate and spend hours of their free time practicing their chosen instruments so we can enjoy their performing.

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