UMD Wind Orchestra: of a rare and special type

UMD Wind Orchestra
Members of Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

… of a rare and special type …
Sunday, May 5, 2013 . 5PM
UMD Wind Orchestra
UMD Wind Orchestra photo by Stan Barouh
Principal People: 

Conductor Michael Votta

Special Announcement: 

On November 28, 2012, the start time for this concert changed from 3PM to 5PM.

Event Attributes

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Estimated Length: 
2 hours including intermission
Program Notes: 

Two sound worlds collide in a program that pairs Mozart’s Serenade in B-flat (“Gran Partita”) K. 361 and Varese’s Octandre, Intégrales, Deserts, Hyperprism and Density 21.5.

During Orpheus’s 2011-2012 residency in the UMD School of Music, Orpheus members engaged in coaching sessions, rehearsals and masterclasses, providing students the opportunity to experience the Orpheus conductor-less ensemble performance process.

Orpheus members will join the student performers in bringing these very different works before the audience.

This performance is made possible in part by support from The MARPAT Foundation.