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Review: Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra plays to its strengths

11:34 PM, Jan. 27, 2013
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An interesting mix of music awaited those in attendance Saturday as the Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra presented its third subscription concert of the season. It was an evening of skilled orchestral playing coupled with magnificent featured soloists, an excellent blend for musical enjoyment.

Opening the program at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center in downtown Appleton was a short three-movement "Suite on Children's Themes," by native Appleton composer LaVahn Maesch. The work was light, filled with clever rhythmic gestures, and wonderfully orchestrated with numerous solos ...

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