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Mahler's transcendent symphony, the "Resurrection," playing on Valentine’s Day

Spend the evening listening to the Williamsport Symphony Orchestra perform one of the pinnacles of the late 18th Century, Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, “The Resurrection.” This performance marks the premiere of this work in Williamport. The concert is on Feb. 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Community Arts Center.

The Williamsport Symphony Orchestra will combine with several local choirs including the Lycoming College Choir and the Williamsport Civic Chorus to perform this pinnacle of nineteenth century symphonic music. The concert is a unique opportunity to hear the best musicians and singers in the region united to perform one of the greatest, most profound and transcendent symphonies of all time.

As a long-time annual supporter of the Williamsport Symphony Orchestra, Lycoming College is sponsoring this performance. The event also further underscores the college’s recently announced collaboration with Penn College to bring high-level performances and speakers to the Community Arts Center to boost community and regional involvement.

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