Washington Pro Musica Symphony
Philip Momchilovich Conducts Washington Pro Musica Symphony
at Strathmore Hall Arts Center, Rockville, Maryland, December, 2008
Washington Pro Musica Symphony has been performing classical and light classical music in the Washington, D. C. area since 1981. Washington Pro Musica Symphony has presented numerous special events, and has accompanied distinguished artists of national and international reputation.
Washington Pro Musica Symphony has given concerts at the Kennedy Center, the National Institutes of Health, Strathmore Hall Arts Center and the French Embassy. Joseph McLellan, Music Critic for The Washington Post, reviewing the concert at the French Embassy, wrote: "...its quality demands attention and respect. . .Dynamic nuances were subtle, and the orchestra's pacing and balances were exemplary. . .The playing was bright and lively. . .good throughout." The comment on WGMS-FM was: ".......a fabulous orchestra."
Washington Pro Musica, Inc., is a tax-exempt organization whose purpose is to foster the appreciation of classical music. Its philosophy is that classical music should be helped to expand its audience, particularly among young people and people of many different cultures.
The Washington Pro Musica Youth Orchestra is modeled after that of the Washington Pro Musica Symphony. Over our many seasons, a youth chorus, singers, dancers, theater staging and magic have been added to the Youth Orchestra concert programs. This group is opened to talented musicians between the ages of 13 and 21, from Home Schoolers, Private Schools, Public Schools and Colleges.
Youth Orchestra Information
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Lazo Momchilovich, Artistic Director, Washington Pro Musica
Susan Clark, Executive Director, Washington Pro Musica
Washington Pro Musica
is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.
Pro Musica is a member of THE LEAGUE OF AMERICAN ORCHESTRAS.
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Cover Illustrations by Ned Dameron Copyright 1995-1996 and Merren Frichtl Garland Copyright 1998.