Location

First Presbyterian Church
230 West Rusk Street
Tyler, Texas 75701
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About this event

Imagine a piece of music in which each movement evokes one of four delicious chocolate flavors! Chocolats symphoniques by Canadian composer Maxime Goulet is exactly that: a tasting concert with live orchestra that is sure to delight!

Ludwig van Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony, which he described as his “most excellent symphony,” stands alongside Sergei Prokofiev’s Classical Symphony in a program that explores many aspects of the symphonic sound. 

*Chocolates to enjoy during the second half of the concert can be purchased online with your tickets or during intermission. 

New Texas Sinfonia
Weston Jennings, conductor

This program runs approximately 85 minutes with one intermission. 

$20 adults / students and children free admission
$15 early bird tickets available until February 2!

Join us in the Sanctuary for a Pre-Concert Conversation with Music Director Weston Jennings 30 minutes prior to concert start time.

Major funding for this concert provided by The Rogers Foundation

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