Lincoln University hosting free chamber concert

Performance on Feb. 11 will feature world premiere harp concerto

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Dirk Brossé will conduct the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia during a free, public performance at the Lincoln University on Feb. 11.

The Lincoln University welcomes the final of two free Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia performances at its International Cultural Center, Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 7 p.m., a university news release said.

The concert, which features conductor Dirk Brossé and Harpist Catherine Michel, includes Rameau’s Suite For Strings, a world premiere harp concerto from award-winning composer Michel Legrand, and Hadyn’s Symphony No. 104 in D major (“London”), the release said.

“These concerts share the beauty, artistry and history of classical music,” said Dr. Robert R. Jennings, president of the university.  “Our collaboration with the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia supports the Lincoln University’s aim to serve as an academic and cultural hub not only for students, but for the surrounding community and region.”

While the concert is free and open to the public, reservations are required for groups of 10 or more; however,  all reserved seats will be relinquished 15 minutes prior to performance.  For group seating, contact Ursula Graves (484) 365-7434.

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