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Civic Orchestra of Tucson presents “Pops in the Park” (free!)

May 5 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Free

Charles Bontrager leads the Civic Orchestra of Tucson in “Spring Delights,” a free Pops concert of light classical and popular music.

In the spotlight will be 11-year-old violinist Jacqueline Rodenbeck, winner of the Jr. Strings Division of the orchestra’s 2019 Young Artists’ Competition. She will perform the first movement of Felix Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto.

Free outdoor concert; no tickets required.

Come early to try playing an instrument at our Musical Instrument Petting Zoo at 6:00 pm.

Bring a picnic and chair or blanket, if you like. Some bench seating is available.

For more information, visit www.cotmusic.org or call 520-730-3371.

The Civic Orchestra of Tucson is a 75-member community orchestra performing free concerts in the greater Tucson area since 1975.

Details

Date:
May 5
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Website:
https://www.cotmusic.org/pops2019

Venue

Gene C. Reid Park, DeMeester Outdoor Performance Theater
900 S. Randolph Way + Google Map
Phone:
520-795-1566
About Us

Tucson Lifestyle Magazine is Tucson's only glossy, monthly city magazine, targeting Southern Arizona’s affluent residents. With over 35 years of publishing experience, Tucson Lifestyle is committed to showcasing the people, places, local flavors, and attractions that make our city unique.

General Information

Phone: 520-721-2929 x 102
Address: 7000 E Tanque Verde Rd # 11,
Tucson, AZ 85715

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