Pops Concert - Jennifer DeDominici and Dan Fosha PINKThis week the National Repertory Orchestra has something for everyone!  “Topilow Pops” is always a crowd pleaser and sells out quickly.  Assistant Conductor, Andres Lopera, takes the baton for two standard classical concerts, one of which features 8 soloists.  And don’t forget about our 3 FREE Community Outreach events.  What a week!





“Classical Symphony Plus Mozart
Wednesday, July 16th, 7:30pm – Breck Riverwalk Center

You’ll hear music by Mozart, Ravel, Martin and Prokofiev and you’ll be treated to eight different soloists.  Yu (Dean) Zhang will perform a great Mozart piano concerto, “Piano Concerto in C minor No. 24, K. 491”.   
In the second half of the concert, Martin’s “Concerto for 7 Winds and Orchestra” will feature Lauren Williams (oboe), Lauren Osaka (flute), Joseph Hudson (trombone), David Young (bassoon), David Raschella (horn), Dominic Favia (trumpet), and Robert Walker (clarinet).
“Topilow Pops”
Pink Concert in Support of the Shaw Breast Center & Cancer Clinic
Live Radio Broadcast on Krystal 93
Friday, July 18th, 7:30pm – Breck Riverwalk Center
Vocalists Jennifer DeDominici and Dan Fosha join Maestro Topilow and the NRO to perform pop classics that you’re sure to recognize and love.  Songs from musical theatre and movies will be enjoyed by all in attendance and to those listening to the Live Radio Broadcast on Krystal 93.

This year “Topilow Pops” has gone pink in support of the Shaw Breast Center & Cancer Clinic, located at 323 W. Main Street in Frisco.  After serving Summit County residents for nearly 15 years, Shaw Regional Cancer Center is excited to announce the opening of the only breast center in Summit County to offer       3D mammography.  Their top physicians and experts are available for convenient treatments and consultations in a brand new, private setting.  The American Cancer Society recommends women start annual mammography at age 40 – schedule one today by calling 970-668-6400.

Brahms and More
Sunday, July 20th, 11:00am – Breck Riverwalk Center

Andres Lopera, May 2012Assistant Conductor, Andres Lopera takes the stage again to bring you two pieces by Brahms “Symphony No. 1” and “Hungarian Dance No. 1”.
This performance will not have an intermission and will Jeffrey Girtonfeature NRO’s Concerto Competition winner, Jeffrey Girton (violin). 

Repertoire and Program Notes