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Orchestra readies 34th season

October 26, 2015

The Skidmore College Orchestra opens its 34th consecutive season at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 1, in the Arthur Zankel Music Center under the baton of conductor Anthony Holland, associate professor of music. 

The approximately 90-member orchestra will present music of Berlioz, Wagner, Sibelius and Hindemith's amazing "Symphonic Metamorphosis".  

Admission for the Nov.1 concert is $8 adults; $5 seniors, retirees, faculty, and staff; and free for students. For advance reservations or more information, click here or call the Zankel Box Office at (518)-580-5321. The Zankel Music Center is wheelchair accessible and offers listening devices for the hearing impaired.

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