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Campus Philharmonia Orchestra and Campus Symphony Orchestra

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

8:00pm, Hill Auditorium


The Campus Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Rotem Weinberg, Daniel Brottman, and Régulo Stabilito, performs a program of exciting yet rarely performed music: The festive overture to Mozart's opera La clemenza di Tito, the charming Valse Lyrique by Sibelius, and Rimsky Korsakov's dramatic and energetic Symphony No.1 in E minor.

CPO PROGRAM: Mozart- La Clemenza di Tito Overture; Sibelius- Valse Lyrique; Korsakov- Symphony No. 1 in E Minor

The Campus Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Diego Piedra, Jotaro Nakano and Charlotte Politi, performs a program full of energy, charm, and virtuosity. Dvorak’s rousing Carnival Overture opens the program. The concert continues with Tchaikovsky’s delightful “Polonaise and Waltz” from his opera Eugene Onegin. Kei Kohmoto, winner of the Campus Orchestras Concerto Competition will be the featured soloist in Arutiunian’s adventurous trumpet concerto. The concert closes with Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite of 1919, one of the most spectacular, colorful, and beloved works for symphony orchestra.

CSO PROGRAM: Dvořák- Carnival Overture; Tchaikovsky- “Polonaise and Waltz” from Eugene Onegin; Arutiunian- Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra; Stravinsky- Firebird Suite (1919)

Free - no tickets required

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