19. January 2008 · Comments Off · Categories: Reviews

The program began with a fleet, flowing performance of “The Lark Ascending.” Vaughan Williams’ concerto, so redolent of the English countryside, is largely based on folk melodies, and Silverstein played with just the right mix of delicacy and bucolic charm. The orchestra rose to the occasion, with lovely solo work from principals Maria Tamburrino (flute), Michael Corner (clarinet), Pamela Hakl (oboe), Deborah Kramer (bassoon) and Meredith Brown (horn). (RTWT)

Well deserved mentions.

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