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Local musicians to perform Saturday with Conway Symphony Orchestra

Violinist Lansing Willis of North Little Rock will be performing on March 15 at the Conway Symphony Orchestra’s planned children’s concert.
Violinist Lansing Willis of North Little Rock will be performing on March 15 at the Conway Symphony Orchestra’s planned children’s concert.
Cellists Christina Null of Jacksonville will be performing on March 15 at the Conway Symphony Orchestra’s planned children’s concert.
Cellists Christina Null of Jacksonville will be performing on March 15 at the Conway Symphony Orchestra’s planned children’s concert.

The Conway Symphony Orchestra will present its annual children’s concert under the direction of conductor Geoffrey Robson on Saturday, March 15, 2 p.m. at Reynolds Performance Hall.

Three local musicians will be performing as orchestra members: Lansing Willis of North Little Rock, Christina Null of Jacksonville and Michael Warrick of Sherwood.

“I started playing the violin in 6th grade in my schools orchestra,” said Lansing. “I immediately fell in love and have stuck out the tremendous practice times to have the opportunity to play with the Conway Symphony.”

Lansing added, “I feel honored to participate with such a skilled group and hope to continue my participation throughout my collegiate career.”

Back by popular demand, Peter and the Wolf returns as the Conway Symphony Orchestra presents its annual children’s concert.

Tickets are $6 for all seats, all ages, at the Reynolds Box Office, 450-3265, or ConwaySymphony.org. Reynolds Performance Hall is located on the University of Central Arkansas campus in Conway, on Beatrice Powell Drive off Donaghey Avenue. The concert is underwritten by First Security Bank with guest artist sponsorship from Crain Auto and hospitality sponsorship from Aramark.

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