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Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE TUESDAY, APRIL 16- THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2013 17 Show to take place in Ocean View The Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra, directed by Maestro Julien Benichou, concludes its 2012-13 season series at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, April 27, at Mariner's Bethel Church, Ocean View. The concert will feature two of the most popular and beautiful pieces of the Baroque and Ro- mantic periods: Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" and Mendelssohn's "Symphony No. 3in A Minor, Op. 56, Scottish." Katar- zyna Bryla and Nicholas Currie, both celebrated violinists, will star in "Four Seasons." Cur- rie winsolo in "Spring" and NicholasCurrie "Summer," and internationally renowned Bryla will solo in "Fall" and "Winter." This piece is in the form of four concertos for violin, each with three move- ments of fast, slow, fast tempi. Their textures are varied, por- traying the moods of spring, sum- mer, autumn and winter, Katarzyna Bryla and they were patterned after sonnets to each season. Mendelssohn's "Symphony No. 3 in A Minor" is actually his last orchestral work. Named "Scottish," this symphony ap- pears to be based on an idea he had during a visit to the ruined Holyrood Chapel in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1829, 13 years prior to its composition. Canadian-born Currie, the multitalented concertmaster of the MSO, has had a busy career since graduating from Illinois State and PeabOdy Conservatory, where he studied under Ber- nard Eichen of the Beaux Arts Quartet and Berl Sanofsky. He spent a summer at the American Conservatory at Fountainbleau, France. He divides his time as assistant concertmaster of the Concert Artists of Baltimore, the Annapolis Symphony and assistant principal 2nd of the Baltimore Opera Company in addition to his job with the MSO, playing with chamber groups and teaching at McDaniel Col- lege or at home. Bryla, a brilliant young violin- ist born in Poznan, Poland, is a graduate of the Academy of Music in Poznan and Peabody Conservatory. She debuted as a soloist with Zielona Gora Or- chestra at age 14 and has played in France, Germany and England as well as other countries. She has won an impressive number of national and international vio- lin competitions. In the National Bach Competition in Zielona, Gora, she was awarded a special prize for the best performance of Bach. She also plays chamber music, winning prizes for her trio and quartet playing. As an orchestral musician she regularly performs with the Baltimore Symphony and Chamber orchestras, and has collaborated with some of the leading violinists like Itzhak Perlman, Gil Shaham and Hilary Hahn, to name a few. This concert will also be per- formed at 7:30 p,m., April 25, at Easton Church of God, Easton, Md. and at 3 p.m., April 28, at Community Church, Ocean Obituaries )) Continued from page 15 Sandra Lee Nored, loved animals Sandra Lee Nored of Felton died Friday, April 12, 2013, at Bay- health Medical Center in Dover. Born in Gardner, Mass., she was the daughter of the late Ernest J. and Gloria P. (Goodwin) Bobilin. She had worked as an op- tician's tech until she had encountered poor health. Sandra had been a dedicated wife who enjoyed cooking for her family and friends and showed a special knew and loved her. Besides her parents she was predeceased by her sister, Judith welch. Sandra leaves her loving husband, Robert J. Nored of Fel- ton; her brother, Ernie Bobilin Jr. of Orange, Mass.; and her aunt, Marilyn Cummings of Athol, Mass. She is also survived by her two nieces, Christine Aaron of N.C. and Susan Bassett of Lewes. Relatives and friends are in- vited to attend services at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Apr. 17, at the Funeral Home of Michael J. Am- bruso, 1175 S. State St., Dover where friends may call starting at 6:30,p.m. Family suggests donations in her memory to the American fondness for animals. She will Cancer Society, 92 Reeds Way be greatly missed by those who Suite 205 New Castle, DE 19720. comea Pines, Md. A preconcert lecture takes place one hour before per- formances in Ocean View and Ocean Pines. Individual tickets are $36 adult, $15 student and $5 for children under 12. For tickets and information call 1-888-846-8600 or download the ticket form from www.midat- lanticsymphony.org. The MSO website is currently undergoing a redesign and upgrade. There- fore, the April concert flier and program notes have not been posted. This site will be updated as soon as the new system is in place. The Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra, a nonprofit organiza- tion, is supported by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Maryland State Arts Council, the Talbot County Arts Council, the Worcester County Arts Council, the Community Foundation ofet&e Eastern Shore, the Sussex County Council, the Paul M. Angell Family Foun- dation, the Carl M. Freeman Foundation, the Joshua M. 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