'Spring Pops' West Seattle Community Orchestras Concert & Showcase coming to Chief Sealth on March 5

Information from West Seattle Community Orchestras
Start your Spring a little early with an evening of Pops played by the West Seattle Community Orchestra’s Debut and Intermediate performers. A talent showcase of individual and ensemble performances rounds out the toe-tapping evening of fun. Familiar tunes include an arrangement of Sound of Music (Rodgers), Love is Blue (Popp), Little Bit of Latin (Muller), and Blue Tango (Anderson).

Show starts at 6:30 pm sharp, March 5, at Chief Sealth International High School, 2600 Thistle Street SW. Donations at the door support WSCO’s free tuition program for K-12 students.

West Seattle Community Orchestra's vision is to inspire an enjoyment of music-making through instruction and mentoring in mixed age ensembles culminating in quality group performances.“Being in WSCO has opened up a lot of good musical opportunities for me; we play a wide range of music and I like this.” –Will, 9th grade orchestra member.

For more information on WSCO: WSCOrchestras.org

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