Historic Setting In Battle of Brooklyn Provides Perfect Outdoor Venue For Brooklyn Conservatory’s Orchestra
Steelpan virtuoso opens
The Brooklyn Conservatory Community Orchestra (BCCO) performed a free outdoor concert last night at the Old Stone House. Audience members lounged on picnic blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy glorious music by Haydn, Dvorak and the Bruch violin concerto — with concertmaster Luis Casal — as well as rousing highlights from “The Pirates of the Caribbean.” The group was led by BCCO Director Dorothy Savitch. Khuent Rose kicked off the evening with an upbeat steelpan set.
BCCO is a passionate group of dedicated amateur and professional musicians who perform the great masterpieces of the orchestral repertoire.
This event was one of many free outdoor events host by the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music (BKCM) in recent months, including its Spring Benefit music festival (May 15), a Juneteenth performance (June 19) and World Refugee Day Music Festival (June 20), and more. More free outdoor performances to be announced soon.
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