Tag: violin

Concertmaster Siri Smedvig on Saint-Saëns

by Siri Smedvig “I am looking forward to this weekend’s Pops concerts. It is very exciting to be performing the Saint-Saëns’ Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso with the orchestra. It is a wonderful work for violin! It has a little of

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Pops! Call of the Outdoors

Share this poster with your friends! Download a PDF: Pops! Call of the Outdoors flyer

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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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Peter Zazofsky on the Web

Our soloist Peter Zazofsky has played with the Concord Orchestra several times and we’re delighted to have him back. He is delightful to work with and his enthusiasm for the music is energizing. He is first violinist in the Muir

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