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Washington and Lee University Orchestra Presents “Dreaming in Color” The program will feature traditional and contemporary works written about dreams and colors.

— by on November 6th, 2017

Washington and Lee University Orchestra

The Washington and Lee University Orchestra, under the direction of Christopher Dobbins, presents its fall concert “Dreaming in Color” on Nov. 16 at 8 p.m. in Wilson Concert Hall in the Lenfest Center for the Arts. Admission is free, and tickets are not required.

The program will feature traditional and contemporary works written about dreams and colors and will open with Elgar’s “Chanson de Matin” and “Chanson de Nuit.” The orchestra will also perform Jim Stephenson’s “Colors.”

The event will feature guest conductor and composer Carl Holmquist, with his “Lullabies” for string orchestra. The second half of the program will consist of Mozart’s “Symphony No 40 in G-minor.”

For more information visit www.wlu.edu/lenfest-center/fall-university-orchestra-concert.

The concert will be streamed live online at https://livestream.com/wlu/dreaming-in-color.