Valentine's romance is in the air -- and in the music -- as the latest WMPA concert serves up popular 20th-century pieces from Gershwin (Concerto in F) and Rachmaninoff (Symphonic Dances). Pianist Shaun Tirrell and tubist Karl Hovey are set to step into the spotlight for solos at DC's Church of the Epiphany, where Hovey will throw in an 18th-century special, the lighthearted Largo al factotum from Rossini's The Barber of Seville. The tender and lush fourth movement from William Walton's Oscar-nominated score for Laurence Olivier's 1944 film Henry V rounds out the romantic program.
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