Village Theatre Concert
Date and Time
Friday, August 25, 2017 at 7:30 pm
303 Front Street North
Issaquah, WA 98027
The lineup includes handful of marches by John Philip Sousa, some delightful miniatures by Leroy Anderson, a medley from Oklahoma! and one or two surprises.
|An Outdoor Overture||Aaron Copland|
|A Trumpeter’s Lullaby||Leroy Anderson|
|Belle of the Ball||Leroy Anderson|
|Blue Tango||Leroy Anderson|
|El Capitan March||John Philip Sousa|
|Fiddle Faddle||Leroy Anderson|
|Song of the Bells||Leroy Anderson|
|Stars and Stripes Forever||John Philip Sousa|
|The U. S. Field Artillery March||John Philip Sousa|
|Washington Post March||John Philip Sousa|
Olga Para, trumpet
Winner of the Sammamish Symphony's Youth Concerto Competition
Olga Para, 16, a junior at Issaquah High School, started playing the trumpet when she was 11 years old. She studied with Philip Dungey in 2014, then has been studying ever since with principal of Seattle Symphony, David Gordon.
Her accomplishments include winning the 2015 Eastshore Solo & Ensemble contest, playing principal for both Seattle Junior and Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras, being brass section leader for the Evergreen Philharmonic, winning the Evergreen Concerto Competition, and preceding to the semifinals for the National Trumpet Competition of 2017. Olga is currently playing in the Seattle Youth Symphony, Sammamish Symphony, Evergreen Philharmonic, and Issaquah Philharmonic.