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work to do offensively. “We
were able to get out to a nice
lead at the beginning today,
but wewant to be a littlemore
efficient with the ball on of-
fense,”he explained.“I thought
we missed a lot of shots we
could have scored on.”
Desroches credited Alys-
sa Shashaty, Ali Demeo, Kelly
Crotty, Carla Patania and goal-
ie Gianna Denisco (11 saves)
with strong defensive efforts.
In Tuesday’s 13-1 non-con-
ference victory over Quincy,
Wolff added four more scores,
Gizzi had three and Sarah
Buckley, two. Bradley, Pata-
nia, Alex Houlden and Hayley
Carter tallied also.
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Tanner midfielder Olivia Kiricoples breaks past the Dracut defense on her way to scoring a
goal in last Saturday’s non-league victory.
(Advocate photo by Greg Phipps)
Peabody’s LaurenWolffscoopsupa looseball during last Saturday’s 10-5homewinoverDracut.
Peabody’s KirstenBradley (3) battles for possessionof the ball
against Dracut.
Peabody Institute Library
to host The 82 Main Poetry
Series Open Mic Night
he Peabody Institute Li-
brary andMass Poetry have
partnered to host of series of
monthly poetry readings in
the library’s historic Sutton
Room. In May, January O’Neil
will host an open mic night,
so please bring your original
poems to share!
The reading
will be held on Monday, May
15th at 7 p.m. at the Main Li-
brary, located at 82 Main St. in
Formore information and to
reserve your seat, please call
978-531-0100 ext. 10, or reg-
ister online at
The 82 Main Poetry Series
is generously funded by the
Friends of the Peabody Institute
N.S. Philharmonic Orchestra
thinks Spring with Colorful
Rhythms and Melodies
olorful melodies and ex-
hilarating rhythms spring
to life when Music Director
Robert Lehmann conducts
the North Shore Philharmon-
ic Orchestra in its final con-
cert of the 2016-2017 season
on Sunday, April 30, 3 p.m. at
Swampscott High School.
Tickets can be purchased
at the door for $25, $20 for
seniors and students, and
children 12 and under are
admitted free. Tickets can
also be purchased in ad-
vance at the Orchestra’s
French composer Claude
Debussy’s “La Mer” high-
lights the program. “De-
bussy’s ‘Three sketches of
the sea’ is a masterpiece of
pictorial composition,” said
Lehmann. “The music proj-
ects the many moods of
the sea, with all its glorious
power and majesty that can
be dark and turbulent, or
bright and calm. ‘La Mer’ is
a virtuoso achievement for
any orchestra and we are
thrilled to perform it.”
Guitarist Aaron Larget-
Caplan will join the Or-
chestra as the featured so-
loist in Joaquin Rodrigo’s
“Concierto de Aranjuez.”
Lehmann remarked that the
piece launched Rodrigo’s
career to new heights and
has cemented his reputa-
tion. “Rodrigo used the gui-
tar to imbue the work with
colors and fragrances of a
garden. Its second move-
ment, in particular, has be-
come one of the most well-
known pieces of music in
the world.”
Manuel DeFalla’s ballet
“El Sombrero de Tres Picos”
, The Three Cornered Hat,
offers a bright palate of or-
chestral colors. The Span-
ish composer studied com-
position in France and the
influence of French impres-
sionists are fully in evidence
in the music’s texture.The
Orchestra will play the sec-
ond suite of the ballet, which
is extracted from the bal-
let’s highlights and includes
three vibrant dances.
The program also in-
cludes Emmanuel Chabri-
er’s “Espana”, which Lehm-
ann characterized as the
French composer’s ‘musi-
cal postcard’ from a journey
south of France. “The music
evokes castanets, swirling
dancers in vibrant dresses
and loud street musicians in
a joyous celebration.”
The North Shore Phil-
harmonic Orchestra plays
three subscript ion con-
certs at Swamp- scott High
School. The Orchestra is
supported in part by a grant
from the Swampscott Cul-
tural Council, a local agen-
cy which is supported by
the Massachusetts Cultur-
al Council, a state agen- cy.
For more information about
the NSPO, visit the Orches-
tra’s website at www.nspo.
org. or on Facebook.