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John Neurohr Performs Concerto with Cheyenne Symphony
January 26 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
It is always a special treat when one of the Symphony’s musicians appears as the guest artist. This will be the case on January 26th when Dr. John S. Neurohr will play Takashi Yoshimatsu’s Orion Machine Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra at the CSO concert Music of the Stars.
This space-themed trombone concerto will be the perfect compliment to the repertoire filled with movie music from space blockbusters. The concerto has several parts, each inspired by different stars in the constellation Orion. “The piece floats as if it’s floating in outer space, and at other times it swings like we are in a jazz club. It’s beautifully scored, like the other works on the program,” explains Music Director and Conductor William Intriligator.
In addition to being the principal trombone of CSO for many years, Neurohr is the Assistant Professor of Trombone at Central Washington University. He is also a member of the CWU Faculty Brass Quintet, Oregon East Symphony and the Seattle Wind Symphony.
For tickets visit http://www.cheyennesymphony.org or call 307-778-8561.