Perrysburg Symphony Orchestra Offers a Concert to Remember

Perrysburg Symphony Orchestra Offers a Concert to Remember

Shane Fite

eSomethin Staff

On January 18, 7:30PM, the Perrysburg Symphony Orchestra held an event at Zoar Lutheran Church, with a student trio and a quartet performing. The groups had amazing performances, featuring a trio by Felix Mendelssohn and a quartet by Antonin Dvorak.

Quartet standing on stage
A PSO quartet speaks briefly post-performance. Left to right: Adam Murphy, Thomas Moody, Loa Cho, Ben Martz. Photographer: Shane Fite

The trio of players included Sarah Magoun on violin, Jim Anderson on cello, and Elaine Moore on piano. The quartet included Adam Murphy and Thomas Moody on violin, Ben Martz on viola, and Loa Cho on cello. Both performances were introduced by PSO conductor Travis Jürgens.

Trio on stage
A PSO trio bows for the audience. Left to right: Sarah Magoun, Elaine Moore, Jim Anderson. Photographer: Shane Fite

“I think it went really well,” says Ben Martz, violist for the quartet. “My favorite part [of performing] would probably be sharing all the work that I’ve done. We spent a good month on the quartet.”

The PSO will be performing again on February 15 and March 8, same location and time. They will also be performing on April 27 in the junior high auditorium. Tickets for adults are $15, while seniors aged 65+ are $10. Children and students with ID are free.

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