Explore the New World | October 16, 2016
Conducted by Daniel W. Boothe
Maestro Daniel W. Boothe is a nationally award-winning musician, composer, and U.S. Air Force conductor. His live and recorded events for media broadcasts have reached over 50 million people in 175 countries, including tours throughout Russia and Southwest Asia. On October 16th he will present Kenneth Fuchs’s United Artists, Korngold’s Violin Concerto with acclaimed virtuoso violinist Janet Sung, and Dvorak’s iconic Symphony No. 9. Grammy-nominated composer Kenneth Fuchs will be attending this exceptional opening season concert.
This concert is sponsored by PRA Group
A Viewing | November 20, 2016
Conducted by Timothy Verville
As a winner in the American Prize for Orchestral Performance, Maestro Timothy Verville’s dynamic appearances in the U.S. and abroad have produced rewarding concert experiences. Maestro Verville has a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Orchestral Conducting. His program will include Daugherty’s Red Cape Tango , Rachmaninoff’s Isle of the Dead, and Mussorgsky’s and Ravel’s Pictures at an Exhibition. Exciting visual images and local art will be incorporated into this engaging, creative program.
This concert is sponsored by Mass Mutual
Love, Strife, and Fate | February 19, 2017
Conducted by Silas Huff
Currently living in Virginia Beach, Maestro Silas Huff is Commander of the U.S. Army School of Music and Co-Director of the International Conducting Institute. Maestro Huff has experience leading youth, university, community and professional orchestras. He will conduct Richard Wagner’s “Forbidden Love” Overture and Elgar’s Concerto for Cello, featuring Andrew Janss as soloist. Continue on this journey with Maestro Huff as he brings this concert to a rousing conclusion with Beethoven’s beloved Symphony No. 5.
This concert is sponsored by Cataldo Industries LLC
Conducted by Sergey Bogza
Maestro Sergey Bogza, winner of the 2016 International Conductors Workshop and Competition, is a dynamic and sensitive conductor and is in great demand as composer and pianist. He has a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Orchestral Conducting. He will conduct Glazunov’s Carnaval Overture, Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini, with pianist Kate Liu, and Tchaikovsky’s passionate and moving Symphony No. 6.
This concert is sponsored by Red Chalk Studios
Conducted by Theodore Kuchar
Maestro Theodore Kuchar has served as artistic director and principal conductor of two of Europe’s leading orchestras, the Janacek Philharmonic and the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine. He is one of the most prolifically recorded conductors of the past decade. On May 7th, he will present Marquez’s Danzon No. 2, Dvorak’s Violin Concerto, with violinist Solomiya Ivakhiv, and concluding with Prokofiev’s Symphony No. 5.
This concert is sponsored by The Capitol Group
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