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January 25, 1989 | Chris Pasles
It took only a week for Garden Grove Symphony conductor Edward Peterson to become close to members of the Pazardzhik Philharmonic of Bulgaria, which he recently conducted as part of a conductor-exchange program. "I was apprehensive about going into an Eastern Bloc country, not quite knowing what to expect and me not speaking the same language as the group in front of me," Peterson said recently. "But as the rehearsals went on during the week, it was a growing process of communication.
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September 21, 1990 | GREGG WAGER
Nurturing the growth of a community orchestra takes not only a lot of support from the public it serves but also a bit of imagination. These days, the Garden Grove Symphony seems to be enjoying both. Saturday, the orchestra brings Won-Sik Lim, conductor for the Korean Broadcast Service in Seoul as well as the Inchon City Symphony, to its podium as part of an exchange program.
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September 21, 1990 | GREGG WAGER
Nurturing the growth of a community orchestra takes not only a lot of support from the public it serves but also a bit of imagination. These days, the Garden Grove Symphony seems to be enjoying both. Saturday, the orchestra brings Won-Sik Lim, conductor for the Korean Broadcast Service in Seoul as well as the Inchon City Symphony, to its podium as part of an exchange program.
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January 25, 1989 | Chris Pasles
It took only a week for Garden Grove Symphony conductor Edward Peterson to become close to members of the Pazardzhik Philharmonic of Bulgaria, which he recently conducted as part of a conductor-exchange program. "I was apprehensive about going into an Eastern Bloc country, not quite knowing what to expect and me not speaking the same language as the group in front of me," Peterson said recently. "But as the rehearsals went on during the week, it was a growing process of communication.
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September 16, 1992
A 41-year-old man died Monday of internal injuries after scuffling with his brother over the weekend, San Diego police homicide detectives said. Michael Edward Peterson, 41, of the 400 block of 13th Street, was involved in a "pushing and shoving" match with his brother William Peterson on Sunday. After about two hours, Michael complained of stomach pains to William, and the two went to Scripps Memorial Hospital, Police Lt. Barbara Harrison said. Peterson died about 8:45 a.m.
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July 28, 1992 | CHRIS PASLES
The Orange County Symphony of Garden Grove Sept. 25, 8 p.m. at the Celebrity Theatre, 201 E. Broadway, Anaheim: Philippe Bender, conductor; Eugenia Zukerman, flute: Mozart's Flute Concerto No. 2; Berlioz's "Symphonie Fantastique"; Debussy's "Prelude a l'Apres-midi d'un Faune." Nov. 14, 8 p.m. at the Don Wash Auditorium, 11271 Stanford Ave.
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May 21, 1985 | G. M. BUSH
The Garden Grove Symphony on Friday will dedicate its inaugural concert, "An American Symphonic Salute," to American and Vietnamese veterans of the Vietnam War who will be guests of the orchestra. Mayor Jonathan Cannon will give the veterans a special welcome. Slated to begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Don Wash Auditorium, 11271 Stanford Ave., the concert's Memorial Day theme will feature Aaron Copland's "A Lincoln Portrait," narrated by Carl Princi of KFAC radio.
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July 20, 1988 | CHRIS PASLES
The Garden Grove Symphony received $6,500 Monday night from the Garden Grove City Council. Actually, the grant is only costing the city $500, according to Barbara Ness, an orchestra spokeswoman. Ness explained that the orchestra had returned $6,000 that remained from $38,500 the city had granted the previous year. The orchestra originally sought $20,000 this year, and is still seeking the other $13,500, Ness said.
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January 30, 1989 | GREGG WAGER
At least the Garden Grove Symphony deserves credit for effort. Saturday night in packed Wash Auditorium at Garden Grove High School, the orchestra's program entitled "European Winterfest" ("Russian Winterfest" would have been better) demonstrated commendable ambition under the guidance of conductor Edward Peterson.
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May 23, 1988 | CHRIS PASLES
The Garden Grove Symphony will celebrate the Orange County Centennial with a free concert at 4 p.m. on Aug. 20 at the city's Village Green Park. Music director Edward Peterson will conduct works by Richard Rodgers, Falla and John Williams, among others, and the U.S. Navy Band will join in on Tchaikovsky's "1812" Overture. A second pops concert, featuring pop singer Richard Carpenter, will be held in March, 1989. The orchestra's four-concert classical series, to be held at 8 p.m.
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