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Concert: Washington Idaho Symphony presents Ravel, Debussy, and Stravinsky
WSU Jones Theatre at Daggy Hall
January 23

The Washington Idaho Symphony is proud to present the beautiful music of Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy, and Igor Stravinsky for its fourth concert of the season. Featuring brilliant young harpist Matthew Tutsky on the first half, this concert will showcase two incredible pieces by Ravel, his Le Tombeau de Couperin and his Introduction et Allegro, followed by Debussy's masterful Harp Dances

The second half of this concert will feature Igor Stravinsky's brilliant neo-classical masterpiece Pulcinella, in its full original ballet form. While this performance will be a concert performance without dancers, the symphony will showcase visiting soprano Sara Radke Brown, University of Idaho Voice Professor Christopher Pfund, Tenor, and Washington State University Voice Professor Brian Carter, Baritone.

Come hear the sensual music of Ravel and Debussy alongside Stravinsky's masterpiece, Pulcinella. Get your tickets today by clicking here.