Berkshire Symphony

Berkshire Symphony Family Concert with Ephs Out Loud

Mar 4|Chapin Hall|2:00 PM|free

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The Berkshire Symphony Family Concert with conductor Ronald Feldman takes place on Saturday March 4, at 2:00 p.m. in Chapin Hall. The orchestra performs excerpts from “The Planets” by Holst and offers plenty of family fun in conjunction with the student community outreach effort, “Ephs Out Loud” in partnership with Kids 4 Harmony. This day of musical fun offers activities beginning at 1:00 p.m. that include a workshop with the Williams choirs, musical games and activities, and art by local elementary school students.

Founded in 1946, the 75-member Berkshire Symphony unites talented Williams College music students with music faculty and other professionals. By every measure, the Berkshire repertoire is as varied and demanding as that of a professional orchestra. This season the orchestra offers a congenial mix of classics and modern music, performed in the historic yet newly renovated Chapin Hall.