Celebrate “Latin Love” This Valentine’s Day At Highline Performing Arts Center
Each year, the 21-year-old Northwest Symphony Orchestra plays its traditional Valentine’s Day Concert, with founding conductor Anthony Spain on the podium, and you can never tell what you’ll find (the orchestra has won several national awards for adventuresome programming).
This year the theme is “Latin Love,” a Valentine’s Day concert including works of Chabrier (the colorful “EspaÃ±a Rhapsody”), Rimsky-Korsakov (an equally colorful Russian nod to Spain with “Capriccio Espagnol”), Ravel (the well-known Piano Concerto in G Major) and Northwest Composer Dell Wade (“Rumbaclav”).
FREE TICKETS are available to kids in local school-music programs; teachers should call the orchestra office at 206-242-6321.
WHEN: 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 14th
COST: $10-$14, or FREE to local school-music students (music teachers call 206-242-6321)
CONTACT: (206-292-ARTS in advance or at the door)
WHERE: Highline Performing Arts Center, 401 S. 152nd St., Burien: