Student Symphony

Student Symphony
Type of groupMusic
Membership40 players of strings/winds/percussion/pianos
Meeting timeTuesdays from 8-10pm
Meeting placeChapin Hall

Student Symphony is an all-student orchestra that performs once per semester. All are welcome to join!

In Spring 2011 we are rehearsing on Tuesday nights, in preparation for the premiere of Rob Pasternak '11's Piano Concerto, Witold Lutoslawski's Dance Preludes, featuring Akemi Udea '11 on clarinet, the sextet from Act II of Mozart's Don Giovanni, and Andriessen's Hymne on the memory of Darius Milhaud. This year's conductors are Dan Kohane '12 and Jacob Walls '11.

In the past the orchestra has performed the music of Bach, Stravinsky, Copland, Reich, Ives, Greenwood, Satie, Poulenc, Debussy, Handel, Mendelssohn, and much more! In addition it frequently performs student arrangements and original compositions.

Also, SNACKS after rehearsals.