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Palm Coast Arts Foundation’s 7th Annual Picnics & Pops Concert Opens Ticket Booth

| April 18, 2013

Morihiko Nakahara (Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra)

Morihiko Nakahara (Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra)

The Palm Coast Arts Foundation presents its seventh annual Picnic & Pops concert Sunday, May 5, 2013, in Palm Coast’s Central Park at Town Center. This year’s concert of classical and pop favorites will feature Morihiko Nakahara, Associate Conductor of the Jacksonville Sympathy Orchestra. Maestro Nakahara first conducted the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra at a Picnics & Pops concert in 2010.

picnics-and-popsHe is recognized by critics and audiences alike as a brilliant young conductor with a poet’s sensitivity. Nakahara’s posts include: Music Director and Conductor of the South Carolina Philharmonic; Associate Conductor of the Spokane Symphony; and former Music Director and Conductor of the Holland Symphony Orchestra, in Michigan.

Guests to the Palm Coast concert may bring food and beverages starting at 6:30 p.m. and enjoy the concert beginning at 8 p.m. Tickets are $35 for arts foundation members, $40 for non-members, and $350 for a table of 10. Tickets are are available now by contacting the Palm Coast Arts Foundation at 386.263.2991 or online by clicking here.

Proceeds go toward defraying the evening’s costs, and the ongoing arts foundation’s fundraising toward building a new art center in Town Center. Tickets usually sell out. Patrons are encouraged to buy theirs early.

This highly acclaimed conductor and the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra will provide another enchanting evening of great music.

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