Orchestra concert swells with emotion

Casey Mikell - Visual Editor

The orchestra concert occurred Nov. 5 at the Turner Auditorium. They performed three pieces, one of which had three movements. The program featured multiple soloists and had a great turn out of the crowd.

Conductor Michael Weaver shows his focus as he makes sure the orchestra stays in time.

Conductor Michael Weaver shows his focus as he makes sure the orchestra stays in time.

Junior, Paul Dill and junior, Elizabeth Duncan play a harmony on their french horns.

Junior, Paul Dill and junior, Elizabeth Duncan play a harmony on their french horns.

Junior, Devon Barnett studies his music carefully in order to come in at the right time.

Junior, Devon Barnett studies his music carefully in order to come in at the right time.

Freshman, Anna-Claire Massey follows along on her cello during “Andalucia Suite.”

Freshman, Anna-Claire Massey follows along on her cello during “Andalucia Suite.”

Sophomore, Jana Sanders and faculty member, Brent Coppenbarger play their clarinets as junior, Ashlyn Campbell plays her bassoon.

Sophomore, Jana Sanders and faculty member, Brent Coppenbarger play their clarinets as junior, Ashlyn Campbell plays her bassoon.

Senior, Francesca Scott looks off to the distance as she practices her double bass before the concert.

Senior, Francesca Scott looks off to the distance as she practices her double bass before the concert.

The strings section stays together as they flow through the piece.

The strings section stays together as they flow through the piece.

Weaver instructs the orchestra to hold the final note to see if they are still in tune.

Weaver instructs the orchestra to hold the final note to see if they are still in tune.