Gulf Coast Symphony to perform at Fust Library

December 4, 2015
By Marcy Shortuse

christmas-musicA traveling quartet from the Symphony will perform in the library’s gardens and loggia at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 10 at the Johann Fust Community Library.
Come celebrate the holidays with songs of the holiday season. Founded in 1996 by its current music director and conductor, Dr. Andrew Kurtz, the Gulf Coast Symphony is the premier community orchestra of Southwest Florida and one of the most dynamic community orchestras in the United States.
They are recognized for their high-quality symphonic performances as well as their active community engagement and commitment to arts education. The traveling quartets perform in a variety of locations, including schools, as part of the Symphony’s community outreach.
The concert is free and everyone is invited.