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17TH ASIA AMERICA YOUTH SYMPHONY ANNUAL CONCERT: EAST MEETS WEST - AN AMERICAN IN PARIS (The Asia America Youth Symphony)

Tickets are $40/$25/$15.  For tickets and more information access www.aasymphony.org.

Founder, Music Director, and Conductor, David Benoit leads the multi-talented Asia America Youth Symphony through a varied program featuring Asian and American music.  This mornings the orchestra’s 17th Annual Spring Concert and will feature the following: George Gershwin’s An American in Paris, and Japanese, The Surfin’ Medley, arranged by David Benoit, Alexander Borodin’s In the Steppes of Central Asia, David Benoit’s Soul to Seoul, and a brand new selection composed by maestro Benoit for flute and piano, featuring soloists Joseph Loi on flute and Adina Pak on piano,  which will receive its world premiere!

Go no further than the South Bay to hear and experience the beautiful music of East meets West!

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