KENOSHA — The Carthage Philharmonic under the direction of Professor E. Edward Kawakami will perform in concert at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 18, in A.F. Siebert Chapel at Carthage, 2001 Alford Park Drive.
The concert will feature "Die Moldau," "Overture to die Meistersinger," "Four Seasons: Winter Clair de Lune" and "Enigma Variations: Nimrod."
Carthage Philharmonic features a variety of instruments including strings, winds and percussion. The ensemble performs from standard orchestral canon while providing additional opportunities to perform in smaller chamber ensembles.
Kawakami, in addition to his role as conductor of the Carthage Philharmonic, is the assistant professor of music and director of orchestral activities, as well as an active clinician, guest conductor and adjudicator. He has also worked with Pulitzer Prize winning composer Ellen Taaffe Zwillich and Grammy award winning violinist Mark O’Connor.
There is no admission fee.