Conductors’ Concert: UMD Symphony Orchestra and UMD Wind Orchestra

Conductors’ Concert

UMD Symphony Orchestra and UMD Wind Orchestra
Photo by Tanya Rosenjones.
Principal People: 

Qun Ren, bassoon

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Estimated Length: 
This performance will last approximately 2 hours with one intermission.

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The UMD Symphony Orchestra and UMD Wind Orchestra combine for this concert led by members of the graduate conducting studios. The program will include Gioachino Rossini’s Bassoon Concerto with 2019 Concerto Competition winner and doctoral student "Jimmy" Qun Ren as soloist. Additional concert repertoire coming soon.

About the Ensembles:

UMD Symphony Orchestra (UMSO)
Through its committed and polished performances under the baton of David Neely, UMSO is dedicated to the power of musical communication. In its repertoire, the orchestra explores the intersection between traditional symphonic masterworks and marginalized works from various eras, with many programs featuring composers of diverse backgrounds.

UMD Wind Orchestra (UMWO)
Led by Michael Votta, Jr., UMWO is a leading voice among collegiate ensembles in premiering new works for winds. This season’s engaging performances will feature faculty soloists and world premieres of new works and masterworks of the 20th and 21st centuries.

Health & Safety for In-Person Attendance:

There may be COVID-19 safety policies, such as mask requirements, in place when you attend this event. Please see our health and safety page for the most up-to-date information about attendance.