The Parker Symphony Commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the WWI Armistice
The Parker Symphony Orchestra joins the Colorado Mormon Chorale in “Salute” - a concert to pay tribute to the 100th Anniversary of the WWI Armistice and veterans and active military with patriotic songs, music of consolation, and spirit-rousing anthems.
The program includes favorites such as the "Battle Hymn of the Republic," music of remembrance such as Elgar's "Nimrod" from Enigma Variations, a Sousa march, a medley of "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" and "Keep The Home Fires Burning," and more. There will also be a performance of Christopher Tin's "Baba Yetu" which is a sung arrangement of The Lord's Prayer in Swahili and the first video game music to win a Grammy Award.
Tickets are available now at the PACE Center online box office (https://parkerarts.ticketforce.com/), by phone at 303-805-6800 or in person at the PACE Center. Ticket prices range from $24-$29 per ticket.
The Parker Symphony is an all-volunteer community orchestra made up of amateur musicians and music professionals who enjoy playing together at the PACE Center. Established in 1994, their mission is to perform orchestral music that will educate, entertain, and inspire the people of Parker, Colorado and the surrounding communities. Their goal is to offer interesting and entertaining concerts to tempt everyone’s musical palate.
For additional information about the Parker Symphony Orchestra, visit them online at parkersymphony.org.
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Greenwood Village, Colorado 80155