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Orchestra’s Tango Night

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Photo Courtesy of Bill Wu

Photo Courtesy of Bill Wu

Photo Courtesy of Bill Wu

Eugenia Cardinale, Editor-in-Chief

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The CHS Symphonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra and Chamber Ensemble Symphony held their annual winter concert Dec. 15.

The theme of the concert was “Tango Nights.” Songs performed included “Oblivion” by Asto Piazzolla, “It Takes One to Tango” by Brian Balmages and “El Tango Roxanne” by Sting.

“My favorite to perform was ‘Oblivion’ because I had a huge solo in it and the music and harmonies in general are really pretty,” sophomore and violin player Teddi Zhao said. “The piece is calming and soothing. I also knew the piece beforehand which made me like to perform it.”

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