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On Saturday, The Classical Symphony Orchestra and The Protege Philharmonic from Chicago played on a summer concert stage of the Central City (Marinsky) Park. The spectators who had been very sad and disappointed about the summer's "uncultural" (lack of culture) atmosphere, filled all the benches and the seating, and even the branches and flower lawns. Joseph Glymph, the orchestra director, with his American smile, waved his master's stick, and the orchestra begins to play the ardent cowboy dance (more exactly there were four dance etudes from Copland's Rodeo Suite Ballet).
During the evening, the brilliant Second Symphony by Brahms sounded beautiful...and the audience asked for more. The public did not want to free the musicians nor the very emotional orchestra director.
- Kiev News