Free concert features local phenoms

POPs! Goes Issaquah, an annual free concert sponsored by Rowley Properties, will feature the Sammamish Symphony Orchestra and conductor R. Joseph Scott on Friday, Aug. 27.

  • Wednesday, August 25, 2010 12:54pm
  • Life

POPs! Goes Issaquah, an annual free concert sponsored by Rowley Properties, will feature the Sammamish Symphony Orchestra and conductor R. Joseph Scott on Friday, Aug. 27. In celebration of its 15th anniversary, to event will also include performances by two gifted local artists – Natalie Dungey and Gregory Carroll.

Natalie is an 11-year-old trumpet player from Issaquah who won the 2009 National Trumpet Competition Junior Division and has performed with Auburn Symphony, the University of Washington Wind Ensemble, and the Northwest Symphony.

Gregory is a tenor from Federal Way who has been touted as an emerging artist of exceptional quality. He received a Career Grant from the Metropolitan Opera, a William O. Cord Memorial Grant from the Wagner Society of Northern California, and was awarded two medals from the Irene Dalis Vocal Competition.

The POPs! Goes Issaquah performance begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Village Theatre. Tickets to the orchestral event are free, but must be picked up prior to the concert from Rowley Properties at 1595 NW Gilman Blvd.

For more information, please visit the Rowley Properties website.




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