Tuesday, September 25, 2007

University Of Maryland To Perform American Orchestral Classics By Ives And Griffes Which Are Still Banned By WETA-FM, Public Radio In Nation's Capital

Come hear the next generation of instrumentalists as the University of Maryland Symphony Orchestra kicks off their 07-08 season with an exciting and varied program.

University of Maryland Symphony Orchestra
September 28 8PM
James Ross, music director
William Montgomery, flute

The acclaimed University of Maryland Symphony Orchestra opens its 2007-2008 season with Antonin Dvorák's Carnival Overture, op. 92, Charles T. Griffes's Poem for Flute and Orchestra with faculty artist William Montgomery, Charles Ives's Three Places in New England and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherezade, op. 35.


Coming Soon
October 5 . 8PM

Left Bank Concert Society
Mining Hidden Treasures

Hear an unorthodox Hans Eisler nonet and two area premieres — Sinner’s Diary by Robert Sirota, and a new cello sonata by Roberto Sierra — anchored by the luminous double-bass quintet of Dvorák.


Maryland Opera Studio - Later the Same Evening: an opera inspired
by five paintings of Edward Hopper November 15-18

Jeff Grandy, Geometric Ice, Dana Fork, Tuolumne. Winner of Yosemite Renaissance Art Competition and Exhibition.

Photo credit: (c) Jeff Grandy via West Coast Imaging. 2007. All rights reserved. With thanks.


WETA-FM is still a lagging cultural indicator in the Nation.


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