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Composer Charles Boone conducts the symphonic orchestra. Photo by Jacky Huang

Lowell’s orchestra gave a performance to celebrate 100 years of orchestra at Lowell on April 6th. The concert premiered a new song composed specifically for this event, “The Quickening Pollen” by composer Charles Boone. It also featured Lowell Spirit Songs, “Bugle Call Rag”, and others.

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Here are a few highlights:

Sinfonia Concertante, K, 364

Senior violist Lucinda Walstad and senior violinist Jonathan Chu perform with the Lowell Symphonic Orchestra.

The Quickening Pollen

Performed by violin soloists Marcus Gee-Lim and Celine Lu, viola soloists Kenneth Huang Lily Ou and Daniel Shin on piano.

Lowell Orchestra violinists perform on stage. Photo by Jacky Huang
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Lowell Spirit Songs

Performed with Othello Jefferson, Lowell class of 1990.

Mamma Mia! Medley

Medley performed by Lowell High School orchestra.

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LISTEN: 100 Years of Music at Lowell celebrated through performance of original song and more