LIMA — The Lima Symphony Orchestra’s Mornings with the Maestro series will continue with conductor finalist Steven Jarvi at 10 a.m. Friday, March 6, at the Lima Public Library, 650 W. Market St., Lima.
The program “Rhythm Makes the World Go ‘Round” is free and open to the public.
Courtesy of Lima Symphony Orchestra:
“Rhythm Makes the World Go ‘Round” will feature members of the Lima Symphony Orchestra string section. Jarvi will lead the string quartet in an exploration of rhythm in music through classical favorites such as Sousa marches, Tchaikovsky waltzes, Mozart, and other popular tunes! Formerly known as “Kidstuff,” “Morning with the Maestro” programs are created by each of the seven conducting finalists vying to be the Lima Symphony’s next music director. With a focus on community engagement, these programs allow candidates to interact with the Lima community while reflecting on, teaching, and sharing their love of music with local children. The Lima Public Library is a modern and accessible location where experiential learning is welcomed and encouraged. This program is appropriate for all ages and is free and open to the public.