This Sunday, Feb. 16 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Driggs Senior Center is the last Symphony on Sunday Wintertime concert.
Symphony on Sunday will present concert pianist, Andrew Palmer Todd, who will be performing a solo piano concert. Andrew is a world renowned pianist, who has played at Carnegie Hall and other premier venues around the country and who was the former CEO and President of the Grand Teton Music Festival. If you were fortunate enough to have heard him play at the Festival, you will know what an honor it is to have him come to Driggs. He will be inaugurating the Senior Center’s new piano.
Opening for Andrew will be Kylie Hawkins, a Teton High School sophomore.
Please come for a wonderful afternoon of music by Mozart, Beethoven, Schumman and Liszt.
The Teton Valley Food Pantry was thrilled to receive all of your donations of non-perishables from the last concert. Thank you so much and please come with more this Sunday!