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Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra In-Person Concert Set For July 1 at WRL

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WILLIAMSBURG-The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra and The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra league will host one of its first in-person events following the pandemic at Williamsburg Regional Library on Thursday, July 1.

The Morning Coffee Concert performance will be a classical quartet led by Concertmaster Akemi Takayama. Rounding out the quartet will be Adrian Pintea, Fitz Gary, and Kelley Mikkelson. The event, which will be held in the main theatre of the Williamsburg Regional Library on Scotland Street, will include coffee and treats at 10am followed by the hour-long concert at 10:30am.

Limited tickets are available for $20 general admission and can be purchased by clicking here.

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