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The Haifa Symphony Orchestra of Israel will perform under the baton of Polish-born conductor Boguslaw Dawidow.
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The Haifa Symphony Orchestra of Israel will perform under the baton of Polish-born conductor Boguslaw Dawidow.

Feb. 9: Haifa Symphony Orchestra of Israel
On its inaugural tour of the United States, the Haifa Symphony Orchestra of Israel will be stopping in Manassas for a concert this Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Hylton Performing Arts Center. Award-winning Israeli pianist Roman Rabinovich will join the orchestra for a performance of Rachmanioff’s Piano Concerto No. 3. The program will also include Carl Maria von Weber’s Overture to “Euryanthe” and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4.

Feb. 8: Grace Kelly Quintet
Tomorrow night at 8 you can see the Grace Kelly Quintet perform Don’t Box Me In at the Historic Dumbarton Church. At just 20 years old, vocalist and alto-saxophonist Grace Kelly has years of touring experience under her belt and has played with a number of jazz giants. Tomorrow’s concert is held in collaboration with the DC Jazz Festival.

Music: “Symphony No 4 in F minor op 36” by Tchaikovsky

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