Month: December 2014

Get a Ride, Give a Ride

Concord Orchestra concerts are mostly in the evening, which means that people who don’t drive at night can’t easily attend. We’d like to make it possible for anyone who wants to hear a concert to attend.

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What is a Music Librarian?

Written by Marilyn Kloss, Music Librarian for the Concord Orchestra Orchestra librarians are responsible for ordering, distributing, collecting, and returning music. They may also generate music budgets, manage a library of music, copy parts, copy bowings in string parts, and

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Music Director Notes: Bruckner & Mozart Performances

Mr. Pittman’s notes on our October 2014 concerts In October we played Bruckner’s Symphony No. 2 and Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23. Mr. Pittman writes: “These concerts were high on the list of best performances by the Concord Orchestra.

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Music Director Notes: Family Concert in December

The centerpiece of the program is PADDINGTON BEAR’S FIRST CONCERT by the English composer, Herbert Chappell, a charming work that is in the best tradition of British “Light Music.” This genre is a British specialty and it is on a

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