What makes an orchestra tick? Ask the conductor, Feb. 27 at the Morristown library

Maestro Anthony LaGruth of the Garden State Philharmonic will talk music today, Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014, at 1:30 pm at the Morristown & Township Library.

Maestro Anthony LaGruth

Maestro Anthony LaGruth

The event was rescheduled from earlier this month, and it’s sponsored by the National Society of Arts and Letters.

The library is at On Miller Road in Morristown.

In addition to his duties as conductor and music director of the philharmonic, the Maestro also conducts the Lyric Opera of San Antonio (TX)and the Shrewsbury Chorale (NJ).

He has worked with celebrated composers such as Hans Werner Henze, John Corigliano and Pulitzer Prize winner Karel Husa, and soloists including Philip Smith, Devy Ehrly, Christopher Collins Lee, and Neal Sedaka.

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