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Posted on: October 12, 2021

City Hall to host Panama City Symphony Orchestra monthly for lunchtime concert

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Panama City Quality of Life is partnering with the Panama City Symphony Orchestra to bring you a Symphony in the City at City Hall on the first Wednesday of every month beginning in November and running through April. All shows start at 12:12 p.m. Performances are free to the public.

The first concert features renowned composer Dr. David Ott and Kelly Langenberg. Dr. Ott, born in Michigan, is now into his sixth year as conductor of the Panama City Symphony Orchestra. He is a conductor, composer, author and educator. He has a Master's degree in Piano Performance from Indiana University and a Doctorate in Music Theory and Composition from the University of Kentucky.

Kelly Langenberg is a classically-trained musician and Horn teacher based in Panama City, Florida. Langenberg currently serves as the Brass Instructor at Gulf Coast State College and is a member of the Panama City Symphony and the Northwest Florida Symphony. Kelly has performed live with Doc Severinsen, Peter Gabriel, Josh Groban, Il Volo, Celtic Women, and many other pop artists, and tours internationally with the Alliance Brass Quintet. 

Make plans to attend as you are not going to want to miss this free opening performance of the Symphony in the City concert series. Performances run for approximately 30 minutes.

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