Warren Philharmonic Orchestra – Stories & Surprises

November 19, 2017

November 19, 2017

15:00 To 17:00

Christ Episcopal Church 2627 Atlantic St NE, Warren, OH 44483

http://www.warrenphilharmonic.org/

330-399-3606

Event Description

November 19, 2017 – Stories and Surprises: A Family Concert! Christ Episcopal Church, Warren, 3 p.m. Works by Mendelssohn, Ravel, Mozart, Yehudi Wyner and more.

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Contact Information

warren.philharmonic@gmail.com

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