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Gateway Festival Orchestra

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The Gateway Festival Orchestra brings quality symphonic music to the St. Louis community through a series of free summer concerts. In “Bach to the Future”. GFO Guest Conductor Leon Burke III leads a program including Ancient Airs and Dances and the Pulcinella Suite. Special guest artists Bach to the Future will captivate the audience with their exciting and whimsical interpretations of classic and popular compositions including the Hungarian Rhapsody and a Star Wars Parody. The concert is outdoors at the Washington University Quadrangle. Bring a chair or blanket and maybe a picnic. Visit our website for further information.

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