The North Carolina Symphony played for an appreciative nearly full house Saturday night at Meymandi Music Hall in Raleigh. The program featuring Ludwig Van Beethoven‘s Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67 opened with a zippy allegro by Edward Elgar, followed by Concerto No.25 in C Major for Piano and Orchestra, K.503 by Wolfgang Amadeus… Continue reading Conservative Precision at the North Carolina Symphony
Mark your calendar on October 3rd, and attend the presentation of the 2012 Raleigh Medal of Arts to the Philharmonic Association.
September 27/29 2012 – Dima’s Birthday at the Viennese Ball! Strauss Overture to “Fledermaus” Brahms Violin Concerto Dmitry Sitkovetsky, violin, Nathaniel Beversluis, conductor Brahms Hungarian Dances No. 1 & 5 Strauss Jr. “Eljen a Magyar!” Polka, “Ohne Sorgen” Polka, Blue Danube Valse Strauss Sr. Radetzky March November 8/10 2012 – Romantic Soul-mates Dvorak Slavonic… Continue reading Greensboro Symphony Masterworks 2012-2013
After a late night, early morning, hours on the bus, and a day of rehearsals and sound checks, the 2011 the Triangle Youth Brass Band (TYBB) players had their first performance of the weekend in Kettering, Ohio. Next stop: Ohio State University. Earlier this month, this highly acclaimed band played to standing ovations alongside some… Continue reading Triangle Youth Brass Band prepares for final concert of 11th season
In order to take a successful audition, you must understand what your adjudicators are looking for. Whether it’s a Youth Orchestra or a professional audition, the requirements are the same.