The Southeastern Pennsylvania Symphony Orchestra - Concert III
Sunday, December 12, 2010 at 3:00 PM (EST)
The Symphony ushers in the holiday season with some of the greatest Christmas music of all time. From the colors of brass and the heart-warming strings, SPSO is joined by the Trinity Lutheran Church Choirs, and the long tradition of Kid Konductors! in an afternoon that brings the spirit of Christmas to the region.
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The Southeastern Pennsylvania Symphony Orchestra
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1972 and was created to provide performances of the highest artistic caliber to entertain and educate audiences in the region in order to contribute to the well-being of society by enhancing, enriching, and expanding the cultural lives of the residents of Montgomery County and the North Penn region.
Originally created to replace the Lansdale Symphony, Founding Music Director Leonard Murphy shaped the North Penn Symphony Orchestra into a cultural fixture of the North Penn region. Over the past three and a half decades the North Penn Symphony Orchestra has performed over 550 works by more than 200 composers, collaborating with dozens of guest artists, offering concerts for thousands of people throughout the region.