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Centennial Orchestra Concert

09 Feb, 2020 2:00 PM — 09 Feb, 2020 4:00 PM    50 North Plymouth Avenue Rochester New York United States
Event summary
For the first time ever, all four Hochstein youth orchestras combine to perform a joint concert as part of Hochstein’s Centennial Celebration!
Event details

This concert features musicians from:

  • The 80-member Hochstein Youth Symphony Orchestra, directed by Casey Springstead;
  • Philharmonia, directed by John Fetter and Matt Osika;
  • Sinfonia, directed by John Fetter;
  • and Concertino Strings, directed by Marcos Kreutzer.

In the first half, Philharmonia plays selections by Schubert and Mussorgsky and music from Pirates of the Caribbean.

Then the HYSO performs works by Bach and Enescu, and highlights from John Williams’ score to The Cowboys. The program also includes movements of Gideon Klein’s Partita for Strings, written at the Terezín concentration camp during the Second World War.

Hochstein Concerto Competition winner Amy Feng is featured in the Allegro non troppo from Saint-Saëns’ Cello Concerto No. 1. HYSO Concertmaster Luke Pisani is the Conductor Apprentice for this concert.

At the very end of the concert, all four groups together (more than 180 students) will play the last movement of Respighi’s Pines of Rome, with offstage brass choirs.

A very limited number of free tickets may be available at the door – call the Hochstein office at (585) 454-4596 for more information.


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    09 Feb, 2020 2:00 PM — 09 Feb, 2020 4:00 PM
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