NEW LONDON, Conn. - The Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra (ECSO) continues its 2019-20 season, Nov. 23 at 7:30 p.m., with “Death & Transfiguration”, at the Garde Arts Center in New London. The Eastern Connecticut Symphony Chorus will join the ECSO for two works on the first half: Queen’s iconic prog-rock operetta “Bohemian Rhapsody” and New London composer, Charles Frink’s “John Henry.” Richard Strauss’ tone poem, “Death and Transfiguration” will highlight the orchestra and provide the thematic namesake for this concert. The second half features the ECSO 2019 Instrumental Competition winner, violinist Hannah Cho, making her ECSO debut with Brahms’ Violin Concerto. This concert is sponsored by ASA Environmental Products, Inc. and Firefly Farms, LLC.

As part of the ECSO’s mission to connect our communities through live orchestral music, all tickets will be $5 for anyone under 18 years old for the Nov. 23 concert. Tickets are available on a first come first serve basis. Single tickets ($35 – $65) for the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra’s 2019-20 season are now on sale to the public. Tickets can be purchased online at gardearts.org, by calling the Garde Arts Center Box Office at (860) 444-7373, Ext. 1, calling the Symphony office at (860) 443-2876, or in person at the Eastern Connecticut Symphony office at 289 State St. in New London. Subscription packages, which offer ticket exchange, savings, and other benefits are still available. Discounts available for senior citizens and $12 tickets available for anyone under 40 and active or retired military members.

Connecticut Media Group