The Puerto Vallarta Chamber Orchestra (PVCO) is delighted to invite you to the last two concerts of the 2018/2019 season. In addition to some works of the baroque and early classical periods, the concert will feature the Concerto for Cello and Orchestra in E-minor by Vivaldi with Emmy-award winning soloist Don Moline.
Grammy© award winning cellist DONALD MOLINE, now retired, was cellist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for 39 years and has established a distinguished orchestral, chamber music, solo and recording career. He has performed in virtually every corner of the globe with many of the world’s greatest conductors and musicians. Other works to be performed are Beethoven's Egmont overture, Figaro's Wedding by Mozart, Concert for Strings in G Major by Vivaldi, Excerpts of Water Music by Handel and Excerpts from Sheherazade by Rimsky-Korsakov.
The Puerto Vallarta Vallarta Chamber Orchestra has grown to be a full size orchestra, being the only community orchestra in the Banderas Bay area. Directed by Daniel Oliveros, the PVCO is an intercultural, cross generational group that since its' inception in 2005 has local and international musicians with over 50 artists from 10+ countries.
The PVCO is part of a non-profit organization, Instituto de Artes Musicales or IAMPV. IAMPV is an educational music institute whose mission is to bring the joy of music to the children and young adults of the greater Puerto Vallarta area. This is accomplished through a comprehensive program with many levels of instruction and different musical disciplines. Musical instruments are provided to beginning students.
Concerts will be on Sunday, March 3, at 7:00 pm at the American School (in between Plaza Marina and the Airport), and Monday, March 4, 7:00 pm at Salon Paraiso in Paradise Village, Nuevo Vallarta. The price of admission is 200 pesos adults, and 80 pesos children.
Information on the orchestra and it's aims and activities as part of IAMPV can be found at Puerto Vallarta Chamber Orchestra, on Facebook, by cell phone at (322) 105-8344 or by email to Daniel Oliveros at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your continued support - we rely on you to survive!! There is no government funding for these projects. Concert musicians play for the love of music and receive no payment. Funds are needed to buy instruments, music stands and lights, music, venue rentals, and the small wages that teachers receive to teach children who wish to attend classes and learn to play an instrument. That is how we spend your donations and ticket entrance money.
These two Spring Concerts featuring music of the classical and romantic era will be the last of the season so we hope to see you there.
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