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Southeast Kansas Symphony at Pittsburg State University

Founded in 1915 by Walter McCray, the professor for whom the music building at Pittsburg State University would be named, the Southeast Kansas Symphony at Pittsburg State University still is going strong 104 years later. With four major performances each academic year, its goal is to be an integral part of the culture of Southeast Kansas.

2021-10-17 From Russia with Love

The Southeast Kansas Symphony led by guest conductor Vladimir Gorbik perform "Three Russian Songs" by Sergei Rachmaninoff with accompaniment by the University Choir and perform Pyotr Tchaikovsky's "Piano Concerto No.1" featuring guest pianist Luigi Borzillo.

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