louisiana philharmonic orchestra

Sarkis Baltaian

1010 Common St. | Ste. 2120 | New Orleans | Box office: 504-523-6530  www.lpomusic.com

Music Director and Principal Conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto will lead the orchestra through a full season of exciting performances.

Upcoming (check the Web site for times and locations): “Beethoven Symphony No. 5,” featuring Augustin Hadelich, violin. At First Baptist Church, New Orleans (Oct. 7); at First Baptist Church, Kenner (Oct. 8).

“Schubert Unfinished” (Oct. 21). Featuring Mollie Pate, horn; Klauspeter Seibel, principal guest conductor. At First Baptist Church, New Orleans.

“On the Beautiful Blue Danube” (Oct. 29). Featuring Sarkis Baltaian, piano. At First Baptist Church, Kenner.
“Rachmaninov Symphonic Dances” (Nov. 4). Featuring Elmar Oliveira, violin. At First Baptist Church, New Orleans.

“Yuletide Celebration” (Dec. 2). A night of popular holiday favorites, food and fun. Carlos Riazuelo, guest conductor. At Pontchartrain Center, Kenner.

“Dvorak Cello Concerto” (Dec. 11). Featuring Jan Vogler, cello. At Mahalia Jackson Theater, New Orleans.

“A Baroque Christmas,” featuring Symphony Chorus of New Orleans; and Alissa Rowe, Phillis Pancella, Vale Rideout and Michael Dean, vocals. At First Baptist Church, Covington (Dec. 16); at First Baptist Church, New Orleans (Dec. 17).

“Pan-American Life Fiesta Sinfonica: Bolero,” featuring The Romeros, guitar quartet. At First Baptist Church, Covington (Jan. 14); at Mahalia Jackson Theater, New Orleans (Jan. 15).

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