Concerto winner Rebecca Bowers to play with San Juan Youth Symphony

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Concerto winner Rebecca Bowers to play with San Juan Youth Symphony

15-year-old selected for ‘clarity and confidence of her performance’
San Juan Symphony Youth Orchestra Conductor Lech Usinowicz rehearses with the symphony’s first-ever concerto winner Rebecca Bowers on April 3 in the Band Room at Fort Lewis College.
San Juan Symphony Youth Orchestra Music Director Lech Usinowicz rehearses with the symphony’s first-ever concerto winner Rebecca Bowers on April 3 in the Band Room at Fort Lewis College.
San Juan Symphony Youth Orchestra violinist Rebecca Bowers, left, performs with the symphony at its winter concert in the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College. She is the first-ever concerto winner for the symphony and will solo with the orchestra on Monday.
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Concerto winner Rebecca Bowers to play with San Juan Youth Symphony

San Juan Symphony Youth Orchestra Conductor Lech Usinowicz rehearses with the symphony’s first-ever concerto winner Rebecca Bowers on April 3 in the Band Room at Fort Lewis College.
San Juan Symphony Youth Orchestra Music Director Lech Usinowicz rehearses with the symphony’s first-ever concerto winner Rebecca Bowers on April 3 in the Band Room at Fort Lewis College.
San Juan Symphony Youth Orchestra violinist Rebecca Bowers, left, performs with the symphony at its winter concert in the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College. She is the first-ever concerto winner for the symphony and will solo with the orchestra on Monday.
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If you go

The San Juan Youth Symphony will hold its spring performance at 7 p.m. Monday at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and may be purchased by calling 247-7657.
In addition to Rebecca Bowers’ concerto, other selections on the program include the Finale from the William Tell Overture, Vivaldi’s Concerto in G and Mozart’s Magic Flute Overture.

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