Year: 2015

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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Choral Music at Lexington High School

Guest performers for the Family Concert “Call of the Railroad” on December 6, 2015 include the Lexington High School Women’s Chorus, directed by Jason Iannuzzi. We’re excited to have them singing several pieces with us:

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Playing Onstage at Symphony Hall

by Marilyn Kloss What is it like for a bunch of amateur musicians to play on the stage of Symphony Hall in Boston? Playing in an orchestra of colleagues under an inspiring conductor, feeling the resonant acoustics of the stage

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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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More about Mahler

I  find Wikipedia usually provides the best overview on most topics. Here’s a good summary of Mahler’s life and work: Gustav Mahler in Wikipedia The article on Mahler’s Symphony No. 1 discusses the symphony’s complex revision history and the musical

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