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Opus 2 concert lets graduating seniors choose the music

Patrick Varine
Members of the Opus 2 Orchestra play during a 2017 performance.

The Opus 2 Orchestra, which draws members from all over the east suburbs, will perform its “Seniors’ Choice” concert, where members who are graduating from high school choose several of the program’s selections.

This year’s concert will feature Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” the Beatles’ “Eleanor Rigby” and “A Million Dreams” from “The Greatest Showman.”

Seniors also helped in arranging the songs that will be performed.

The concert is set for 4 p.m., April 27 at Christian Life Church, 900 Seventh Street Ext. in Trafford.

It will be directed by Plum School District orchestra director and Opus alum Megan Martz.

A voluntary donation at the end of the concert goes to support the orchestra.

For more, see Opus2Strings.wix.com/opus.

Patrick Varine is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Patrick at 724-850-2862, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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