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Okanagan Symphony Orchestra performs in Penticton

Martina Smazal principal viola musician with the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra goes over her part with another member prior to the start of the concert Wednesday for local elementary school students at the Cleland Theatre. Maestra and music director Rosemary Thomson (below) holds a special bouquet and concertmaster Denis Letourneau (bottom) performs the violin on one of the pieces. As part of its regular schedule the orchestra does concerts for children to enhance and stimulate their musical interest. - Mark Brett/Western News
Martina Smazal principal viola musician with the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra goes over her part with another member prior to the start of the concert Wednesday for local elementary school students at the Cleland Theatre. Maestra and music director Rosemary Thomson (below) holds a special bouquet and concertmaster Denis Letourneau (bottom) performs the violin on one of the pieces. As part of its regular schedule the orchestra does concerts for children to enhance and stimulate their musical interest.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News

 

 

 

 

 

 

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