Camerata Orchestra members prepare for Palladium concert

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James Adams, Philharmonic Orchestra member and senior, puts away his violin into his orchestra locker after school. Adams said he does a lot of practicing during his orchestra independent study period. MICHELLE DAI / PHOTO

Beats

Camerata Orchestra members are preparing for a concert beginning at 7 p.m. on Oct. 14 at the Palladium, according to assistant orchestra director Elisabeth Ohly-Davis. The members will perform two numbers from the Mendelssohn Sinfonia, “With Malice Toward None,” an arrangement from the movie “Lincoln” and a surprise pop arrangement that will not be revealed until the concert.

James Adams, Philharmonic Orchestra member and senior, puts away his violin into his orchestra locker after school. Adams said he does a lot of practicing during his orchestra independent study period. MICHELLE DAI / PHOTO
James Adams, Philharmonic Orchestra member and senior, puts away his violin into his orchestra locker after school. Adams said he does a lot of practicing during his orchestra independent study period. MICHELLE DAI / PHOTO

Janine Tang, Camerata Orchestra member and senior, said eighth graders from the middle schools will be performing there as well. Camerata will kick off the concert by performing first.

Tang said, “A lot of middle school kids are apprehensive towards continuing on in orchestra, but usually the music selection for the concert is geared towards getting them interested in orchestra in high school, so I hope that will inspire them to continue orchestra.”

For more information about the Palladium concert, click here.

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