Symphony plays romantic tunes

The Windswept Woodwind Quintet performs “Rialto Ripples” by George Gershwin at the La Verne Symphony Orchestra’s “Music of the Romantics” concert Saturday in Morgan Auditorium. The quintet includes Dennis Robertson on oboe, Jenifer Aragon on flute, David Rothschild on French horn, Jim Hohlfeld on bassoon and David Fisher on clarinet. / photo by Berenice Gonzalez
The Windswept Woodwind Quintet performs “Rialto Ripples” by George Gershwin at the La Verne Symphony Orchestra’s “Music of the Romantics” concert Saturday in Morgan Auditorium. The quintet includes Dennis Robertson on oboe, Jenifer Aragon on flute, David Rothschild on French horn, Jim Hohlfeld on bassoon and David Fisher on clarinet. / photo by Berenice Gonzalez
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