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Ciraldo to be Featured with Gulf Coast Symphony Orchestra PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
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Nicholas Ciraldo, assistant professor of guitar at The University of Southern Mississippi, will be the featured guest soloist performing with the Gulf Coast Symphony Orchestra on Saturday, Jan. 30 at the Saenger Theatre in Biloxi.

The concert, titled, “The British are Coming!” includes works from Elgar, Harvey and Vaughan Williams. This is the first time Ciraldo will perform this piece for an audience.

“It is a thrill to play a piece that has so many different stylistic components,” said Ciraldo. “I’m excited to have the opportunity to perform with this extraordinary symphony.”

Limited seating is available and tickets start at $22. Discounted tickets are available for $10 with a student I.D.

The Gulf Coast Symphony Orchestra is one of the largest symphonies in Mississippi, boasting more than a dozen Southern Miss students and faculty members. The symphony’s season spans the history of music from Baroque to present day.

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Nicholas Ciraldo

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