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Masterworks Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. •  Second Presbyterian Church map
Oct. 12, 2017
Flute Fantastic!
Kayla Copeland, flute
Mockingbird Quartet

Chrissie Davis, flute
Gustav Holst:   Second Suite for Military Band
Joaquín Turina:   La Procession du Rocio
Eric Ewazen:   Fighting Peacocks
David Shaffer:   Flutopia Fantasia for Flutes
François Borne:   Fantasie Brillante on Themes from Carmen
Adam Gorb:   Yiddish Dances
John Philip Sousa:   The Liberty Bell March
        featuring the bell from the USS Razorback

Feb. 22, 2018
Our Musical Heritage
Linda Holzer, piano info
Linda Holzer, piano
P.I. Tchaikovsky:   Capriccio Italien
Steven Bryant:   Dusk
William Grant Still:   From the Delta
William Grant Still:   Kaintuck'
arr. Floyd Werle:   Ellington Portrait
Apr. 26, 2018
Forward March!
Drum Major Mace
E. E. Bagley:   National Emblem March
Charles Gounod:   Funeral March of a Marionette
Sergei Prokofiev:   March, op. 99
Brian Balmages:   Silence Overwhelmed
Jerry Goldsmith:   Patton
William Walton:   Crown Imperial
Morton Gould:   “Marches” from Symphony No. 4
Johann Strauss, Sr.:   Radetzky March
Dimitri Shostakovich:   “Waltz 2” from Jazz Suite No. 2
Karl L. King:   Barnum & Bailey’s Favorite
Kenneth J. Alford:   Eagle Squadron March
John Philip Sousa:   Choose Your Sousa!
   The audience will select the Sousa march!

Holiday Pops
Dec. 7, 2017
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
Mary Winston Smith, soprano
Parkview Arts Magnet High School Choir – Carolyn Foreman, director
Second Presbyterian Church   map
Mary Winston Smith, soprano
Bring your family and friends to start your celebration of the most wonderful time of the year with a stunning soloist, a choir, and just maybe a visit with the jolly guy from up north!

7 pm, Sunday, June 10, 2018
Grand Old Flag
MacArthur Park, Little Rock  map

Hosted by MacArthur Museum
of Arkansas Military History

Free Admission
American Flag She’s a grand old flag, so in honor of Flag Day come celebrate Old Glory in a grand way with hand-clapping marches, flag-waving patriotic songs, toe-tapping show tunes, and an armed forces salute. Bring the kids and your picnic baskets to an old-fashioned concert in the park! Here’s to the Stars and Stripes Forever!
In the event of rain or threat of rain, the concert will move next door to the Ark. Arts Center Children's Theatre.
3 pm, Sunday, May 20, 2018
Sunday Samba
LRWS Chamber Players
Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church map
Bryan Thomas, horn
This Sunday afternoon Diversions program features LRWS's small ensembles performing in an intimate setting. Enjoy light-hearted chamber music for one to twelve instruments.