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Arkansas Symphony Orchestra sets 'big' season for '18-19

By Eric E. Harrison

This article was published February 25, 2018 at 4:30 a.m.

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Guest conductor Sarah Ioannides leads the Arkansas Symphony Nov. 10-11.

Violinist Gareth Johnson plays works by Maurice Ravel and Ludwig von Beethoven with the orchestra in April 2019.

Oscar “Andy” Hammerstein III joins the orchestra for “Something Wonderful,” a February 2019 pops concert focusing on his grandfather’s lyrics.

The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra's 2018-19 season will be full of orchestral showpieces -- not necessarily large in length, but featuring big orchestral forces, says its music director and conductor, Philip Mann.

Violinist Gareth Johnson plays works by Maurice Ravel and Ludwig von Beethoven with the orchestra in April 2019.

Oscar “Andy” Hammerstein III joins the orchestra for “Something Wonderful,” a February 2019 pops concert focusing on his grandfather’s lyrics.

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