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Campus Philharmonia Orchestra and Campus Symphony Orchestra

Tal Benatar, Elias Miller, and Nathan Bieber, conductors, Campus Philharmonia Orchestra

Rotem Weinberg and Charlotte Politi, conductors, Campus Symphony Orchestra

The Campus Philharmonia Orchestra presents a program of works evoking folk melodies and dances from distant lands, including Borodin's lyrical In the Steppes of Central Asia and Brahms' Hungarian Dances 5 and 6. The program is highlighted by Chabrier’s charming Habañera and selections from Bizet's Carmen Suites. The Campus Symphony Orchestra finishes off the year with a program of European masterworks culminating with Dvořák's triumphant and tender Eighth Symphony. Campus Orchestras Concerto Competition winner, Bryan Terrazas, is featured in Weber's Clarinet Concertino. The program opens with Weber's daring Overture to Der Freischütz.
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  • Free - no tickets required

When and Where

Map Hill Auditorium

April 2019


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