Music Memory Cape Symphony Concert to Feature Live Orchestra in “Name that Tune” Style Event

HYANNIS – Students from all over Cape Cod will test their skills when the Cape Symphony & Conservatory pair up for their 2018 Music Memory event.

The orchestra will play small selections of one of 16 pieces and the students will identify the work and composer – sometimes within a just a couple of notes.

Thirty-three teams from 13 schools will be attending this year’s concert at Cape Cod Church in East Falmouth, while another five will live-stream the event at their respective schools.

Some of the towns with schools attending live include Barnstable, Brewster, Chatham, Dennis-Yarmouth, Falmouth, Orleans, Sandwich, and Truro.

The nationally-recognized Music Memory curriculum provides students in 2nd through 8th grade an in-depth study of 12-16 selected compositions each year. The music chosen is from the five historical periods: Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Contemporary.

The event will take place on Wednesday, May 30th at 11 AM.

Cape Symphony, led by Artistic Director and Conductor Jung-Ho Pak, are known state wide for their performances of popular hits to magnificent classics, highlighting hidden gems and putting a new twist on standards, the emphasis is always on fun, surprises, and beautiful music.

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The event not open to the public.


BY: JOHN BONDAREK- Cape Cod.Com News Center

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