Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra is extremely grateful and excited to be back performing for a live audience again, and for our first concert we are thrilled to present “Dances of the Americas.” We will be featuring a piece by Will White, a Composer and Conductor radicated in Seattle that will be sharing the stage with us conducting his own piece, “Recollected Dances.” Also in the program, we will be performing the first movement of Joseph Bologne’s first symphony, as well as dances from Cuba, Mexico and Honduras.
Recollected Dances by Will White
Symphony No. 1 in G major by Joseph Bologne
Selected Cuban Contradanzas by Ignacio Cervantes arranged by Patricia Rudisill
No Me Toques
No Bailes Mas
Los Tres Golpes
Bella Cubana by Jose White
Danzón No. 5 by Arturo Márquez
Popurrí Folklorico Hondureño arranged by Iván Silva
No tickets or reservations required, so be sure to arrive early to claim your socially-distanced patch of grass as space is limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please bring a blanket or chairs; a limited number of folding chairs will be available for those who need special assistance. Events will take place outdoors on the grass and patio area directly in front of the entrance to BPA at 200 Madison Ave N.
Grab a bite to-go from one of Winslow’s fantastic restaurants or pack a picnic for a little outdoor dinner theatre - sorry, no alcohol permitted on site.