LIMA — The Lima Symphony Orchestra will present the annual Young People’s Concert “Goldrush” at 9:30 and 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 15, at the Veterans Memorial Civic Center, 7 Town Square, Lima.
Conducting finalist Enrico Lopez-Yañez will lead the program.
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This year, more than 3,500 area school children will take a journey of imagination with “Goldrush,” a program developed by conducting candidate finalist Enrico Lopez-Yañez through his educational production company, Symphonica Productions. Students will race across America with Rico the Roughrider and stake a claim for gold in the Wild West! Children will have the chance to outwit outlaws and befriend buffalo as they discover the sounds of American music by Copland, Sousa, Elmer Bernstein and more!
Designed especially for young people, these age-appropriate concerts provide students the unique opportunity to experience live orchestral music performed by a full orchestra in a concert hall setting. The presentation of the Young People’s Concerts is part of the Lima Symphony’s ongoing commitment to educational outreach and programming in our community.