A gallery of photos, with thanks to photographer Robert W. Stegmaier.


Peter Zazofsky plays Prokofiev.

1st violins, double basses with our soloist.

2nd violins, violas, low brass.

Intense and expressive music.

Woodwinds and brass.

Trombone and tuba, with a bit of doublebass.

Double basses.

2nd violins are on the right of the stage.

Mr. Zazofsky and Maestro Dick Pittman take a bow.

Mr. Zazofsky takes a bow.



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On our end-of-January 2014 concert, Young Artist Kent William Hisada played the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto:

“So, here was a regional orchestra, focused and intent, led by a seasoned professional, offering a concert of challenging music…. And, we were witness to a clearly gifted young violinist surmounting with talent and panache one of the repertoire’s most challenging concertos. For a Friday evening’s entertainment in Concord, what more could one want?”

Read the review

Admin note: When I moved this information from the orchestra website to the blog, I back-dated the post to match the concert it described.

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BSO hornist Gus Sebring played the 2nd Horn Concerto by Richard Strauss with us in March 2014. Strauss #2 is performed less often than than the Strauss #1 — it’s beautiful but quite difficult. Gus was brilliant and it was a thrill to accompany him, especially for the horn section members who know the part by heart. (Your blog admin is one of those horn players.)


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