Sonoma State String Quartet and Jazz Orchestra perform at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts

March 22, 2024
Young Voices Concert Series poster

The Sonoma State University String Quartet–comprised of SSU Music students, Miranda Ronan (violin), Zander Voge (violin), Andy Ting (viola), and Christopher Fromm (cello), with guest pianist, Mira Portnoy–and the SSU Jazz Orchestra, directed by Doug Leibinger, will be performing at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts' Young Voices Concert Series.

The String Quartet will perform on Saturday, March 30 at 2pm and the Jazz Orchestra will perform on Saturday, April 6 at 5pm. Both performances will take place at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts. General Admission tickets are $10 and students under 18 or with a valid student ID can get in for free.

The Young Voices Concert Series is a series of six concerts featuring musical performances by middle school, high school and college students. 
Immerse yourself in a symphony of talent and passion at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts, where the vibrant notes of the Young Voices Concert Series echo the boundless creativity of the next generation. This extraordinary musical journey invites you to witness the power and brilliance of emerging young artists, as they take center stage to redefine the very essence of harmony.

Be prepared to be moved, inspired, and utterly captivated as these rising stars unleash their boundless potential, leaving an indelible mark on your heart. Join us for an experience that transcends the ordinary, as we celebrate the convergence of passion, skill, and innovation in the heart of Sebastopol. The Young Voices Concert Series is not just a performance; it's a celebration of the artistic brilliance that awaits on the horizon.

- Sebastopol Center for the Arts website

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