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Cellist Nathaniel Abreu, soloist for January 2017 concerts

We in the Orchestra are thrilled to have Nathaniel as our soloist. As Music Director Dick Pittman describes in his notes for the concert, Nathaniel’s mature musical expression makes his rendition of the Kabalevsky Concerto very exciting to play. Don’t

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Background reading for Call of History concert

Wikipedia has a good overview of Mendelssohn and the Reformation Symphony No. 5. Did you know that you can get many public domain music scores at IMSLP?

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2016 Young Artist Competition winner, Haig Hovsepian

Each year, the Concord Orchestra hosts the Ehlers Young Artist Concerto Competition. The prize is the opportunity to play a concerto with the orchestra. The challenge is big, but there are a lot of very qualified young musicians who memorize

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Hana Chang, Our Champion Violinist

The Concord Orchestra concerto competition judges were thrilled to select young Hana Chang as our winner this year. The orchestra is busy rehearsing the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto and can’t wait to hear her!

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Ehlers Concerto Competition Winners for 2015

Violinist Hana Chang of Lexington, age 11, will play Mendelssohn’s Violin Concert in e minor with the orchestra. Concerts are January 30 & 31, 2015. Our Music Director Richard Pittman told the orchestra of the results at our recent rehearsal

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