New Haven Symphony Orchestra oboe players perform on the Green

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Members of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra gave the people of the Elm City a little pop-up performance on Friday.

The orchestra’s oboe section took to the Green Friday playing for anyone who walked by. Meantime, the orchestra has a tour of concerts coming up from May 21 through the Fourth of July.

The outdoor performances will feature music by John Philip Sousa, Leonard Bernstein, and Scott Joplin. Tickets are $25. They go on sale on April 19 at noon.

The group has not been able to play together in-person for over a year. They’ll be reuniting in small, socially-distant ensembles for the series this spring and summer.

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