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The Los Alamos Symphony Orchestra is continuing its 60th year anniversary celebration, and along with tulips and daffodils, is bursting with vigor in preparation of its spring concert to be presented at 7 p.m. April 11 in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church. Michael Gyurik, now in his 10th year as the LASO director, will conduct the program. Gyurik is well known throughout the area as the former conductor of the Loyola University Chamber Orchestra and as a violist. Gyurik, the orchestra director of the Los Alamos High School orchestra, teaches elementary strings in Los Alamos schools and gives private violin, viola, and cello lessons.The program this spring is comprised of “suites,” four of them in fact. No travel is more memorable or exciting as a trip down the Grand Canyon, and so LASO is bringing this popular and remarkable piece to Los Alamos. Join us and perhaps once again relive the “Sunrise,” “Sunset,” “Cloudburst,” “Painted Desert” and lastly the picturesque “On The Trail,” of Ferde Grofe’s “Grand Canyon Suite” (an orchestral tone poem). This presentation is a featured work on the LASO spring concert.Of particular interest to those who are enchanted and have a curiosity in Native Americans, will be the “Second (Indian) Suite” op.
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