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Symphony season at Birch Creek opens with 'Great Beginnings'

4:57 PM, Jun. 25, 2013
Birch Creek faculty member Faye Seeman is featured as a harp soloist in the June 28 and 29 'Power of Transformation' concerts at Birch Creek Music Performance Center in Egg Harbor.
Birch Creek faculty member Faye Seeman is featured as a harp soloist in the June 28 and 29 'Power of Transformation' concerts at Birch Creek Music Performance Center in Egg Harbor.
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Birch Creek Music Performance Center opens its 38th concert season with its Symphony Session concerts, which run June 27 to 30 and July 4 to 6 and feature the Birch Creek Symphony Orchestra performing in the Dutton Concert Barn on the Birch Creek campus.

Birch Creek's world-class faculty educates promising young musicians by day and, under the lead of conductor Brian Groner and program director Ricardo Castaņeda, performs side-by-side with them on stage at night. The full 80-piece orchestra offers a varied and challenging repertoire in its concerts.

The Symphony season opens June 27 with ...

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