Faculty Artist Series: A Bernstein Celebration

Voice faculty Delores Ziegler and Kevin Short, joined by the Capital City Symphony, present an all-Bernstein program in honor of the Leonard Bernstein Centennial. This special vocal program includes the charming Arias and Barcarolles song cycle, and a semi-staged presentation of the one-act opera Trouble in Tahiti – the only work for which Bernstein wrote the words as well as the music.

Guest Artist Series: Hasse Borup, violin

Experience a program featuring the complete works for violin and piano and violin solo by Carl Nielsen. Part of a project to record the works for Naxos the program features violinist Hasse Borup and Andrew Staupe on piano.

Accademia Teatro Alla Scala Orchestra USA Tour 2018

IVÁN FISCHER is the founder and Music Director of the Budapest Festival Orchestra. He is also the Music Director of Berlin's Konzerthaus and Konzerthausorchester. From 2018 he will be the Artistic Director of the Vicenza Opera Festival. In recent years he has also gained reputation as a composer, with his works being performed in the United States, the Netherlands, Belgium, Hungary, Germany and Austria. Iván Fischer has directed a number of successful opera productions.

Gamer Symphony Orchestra Small Ensemble Showcase

The student-run Gamer Symphony Orchestra is the first collegiate ensemble exclusively devoted to performing orchestral arrangements of video game music. It boasts a roster of 130 members and features the full instrumental and choral experience.

The Gamer Symphony Orchestra presents the Fall 2018 Small Ensemble Concert, a journey through the world of videogame music which showcases the talents of our musicians.

Fellowship Ensemble Recital: Omer Quartet

The Omer Quartet is a leader among today’s young string quartets. A top prize winner in the 2017 Paolo Borciani String Quartet Competition, finalist and prizewinner of the 2016 Bordeaux International Competition in France, and the 2013 Grand Prize and Gold Medal Winner of the 40th Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition, the quartet has been praised for playing with a “sense of discovery and adventure, but also with considerable finesse.”


Haydn quartet Op. 50 No. 5


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