FW Symphony hopes you love 'Vienna'

By Winter Dorval - Staff Reporter

Bring music into your weekend with the Federal Way Symphony next weekend.

"We present annual chamber music concerts for the Federal Way Symphony. This will be our debut performance at the Federal Way Performing Arts Center and we are very much looking forward to it!" said Marjorie, Concertmaster and Solo Violinist.

The songs that will be included in this concert will be Mozart Duo, Mahler Piano Quartet, and Schubert Piano Trio in E Flat Major.

"Due to the nature of chamber music, each person is a soloist," said Marjorie.

The concert is titled "From Vienna With Love."

"The quality of musicianship, the camaraderie between musicians, the opportunity to hear live music by masters such as Mozart, Schubert, and Mahler make this concert special," said Marjorie.

The  message these pieces send is one of "beauty, poetry, and triumph of the human spirit," said Marjorie.

"People can expect to watch and listen to internationally recognized artists in an up close and personal manner performing works by genius composers," said Marjorie."People should come and listen if they enjoy beautiful music of classical period literature performed by renowned artists in an intimate setting," said Marjorie.This concert will be Sunday, Jan. 28 at 2 p.m.

The address will be 31510, Pete von Reichbauer Way S., Federal Way.

Tickets are $39 for adults, $18 for students with ID, and $10 for for youth (younger than 10).

For tickets and more information visit www.federalwaysymphony.org/20180128.html.

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