Two soloists will get a chance to shine during Saturday's New London Community Orchestra concert.
Aymeric Dupre la Tour, who trained at Juilliard, will play selections from Bach's Concerto in D minor. An interesting side note: he will play it on a cherrywood harpsichord made by Zuckermann Harpsichords in Stonington.
The second soloist is cellist Julie Ribchinsky, who is a professor of music at Central Connecticut State University. She will perform "Pieces en Concert" by François Couperin.
The New London Community Orchestra will also play selections from Tchaikovsky's Serenade for Strings in C major and Beethoven's Symphony No. 7, along with "Palladio" by Karl Jenkins, "Souvenir D'Amerique" by Henry Vieuxtemps, "La Rejouissance" by G. F. Handel and the "Badinerie" from a suite by J.S. Bach.
The New London Community Orchestra, 2 p.m. Saturday, Harbour Towers Ballroom, 461 Bank St., New London; $5 suggested donation supports the orchestra's Music City Strings program of free after-school music lessons; (860) 608-1780, (860) 691-0849, newlondoncommunityorchestra.org.