The Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra Performs at the Civic Arena
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By John Coyle, Music & Arts Correspondent.
The Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra will be performing in the Civic Arena in Reading today at 3 p. The concert will feature its debut performance of a new “A Song of Solomon” piece for the organ by composer John O’Callaghan.
The Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra (PCO) concert is the first of five planned performances for March 16. The orchestra has been performing at the Civic Arena for the past three years. These concerts are normally held in the Auditorium Auditorium, which is located on the campus of University of Pittsburgh School of Design. The concert is sponsored by the Pittsburgh Chamber Arts Foundation, which is a non-profit organization that promotes and supports cultural arts in the Pittsburgh area.
At the Civic Arena, the orchestra will perform “A Song of Solomon,” by John O’Callaghan, and the first movement of “L’Argent-Vendu,” a string quartet by violinists Michael Bellinger and Michael Rabin.
All of the PCO musicians are on the faculty of the University of Pittsburgh School of Music, along with tenor and bass clarinetist Michael McCarragh and horn player David Anderson, who also are on the faculty of the University of Western Maryland.
The concert will be broadcast live on the University of Pittsburgh School Radio Station, a student-operated radio station.
“For 15 years, we have been fortunate to work with the Pittsburgh Chamber Arts Foundation. This partnership provides us with the opportunity to perform regularly throughout Pittsburgh, and especially in the Civic Arena,” said Patrick Gartley, director of the Pennsylvania Chamber Arts Foundation.
“The PCO is known for its artistic excellence, and this performance represents a tremendous addition to this community,” said Tom Kintchner, director of the Pittsburgh Chamber Arts Foundation. “The PCO is one of the finest ensembles of any orchestra in the world, and their new works will be a tremendous addition to the Pittsburgh community.
The Pittsburgh Chamber Arts Foundation is one of 40 member organizations on the Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra’s roster.
The Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra 2021-2022
“The Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra will perform at the NAAI Festival July 11-15 at the UPMC-Cincinnati Campus. We will present Chamber Music with works in the major media, such as Classical, Contemporary, and Contemporary for the first time. We look forward to working with our esteemed guests, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, at both of these events.
The Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra is a professional orchestra composed of some of the finest music and culture makers in the Pittsburgh region. We are one of only three major orchestras in our area that plays symphony-quality music in their concerts, their programs, and their rehearsals; a fact that continues to make us even more popular.
The Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra has been performing music with high quality and professional production, and with the support of local performers, in the Pittsburgh area since 1981. In our first five years of conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra was the city’s premier symphonic orchestra, and was awarded a Grammy for “Best Chamber Music Performance (2002)”. The PA Chamber Orchestra has been a leader in professional symphonic ensembles for 20 years with tours in major cities, and our highly sought after festival programs have been the highest rated concerts in the Northeast. We are the only group of orchestras in the Pittsburgh region to play symphonic-caliber music in their concerts, their programs, and their rehearsals.
The PA Chamber Orchestra has played more than 50 concerts in the Pittsburgh region alone. We are proud to present Chamber Music with works in the major media, such as Classical, Contemporary, and Contemporary for the first time. We look forward to working with our esteemed guests, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, at both of these events.
The Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra has been awarded numerous prestigious music awards and grants throughout the years. In 1985, the Chamber Orchestra was the recipient of the President’s Award in Arts and Letters, and in 1994 it received the James Graham Award from Governor Robert Casey through The Pennsylvania Arts Council. In 2000, the Chamber Orchestra was awarded the Governor’s Award in Arts and Letters.
Over the past twenty years our programs have been praised by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for quality in education, music, and professionalism.
The December 12 holiday concert at Skrupky
A Christmas concert with a message of peace in the name of tolerance | The December 12 holiday concert at Skrupky | Article Archive: Article History: December 12, 2016 12:00 AM | By David C.
The December 12 concert at the Center for the Performing Arts will mark the 11th annual Christmas concert. The holiday concert is produced by the Center for the Performing Arts in Toronto. The concert is a partnership between the Centre for the Performing Arts and the Toronto Symphony. Many Canadian artists have been featured at the concerts, including some of Canada’s finest young artists and some of the greatest of our Canadian musicians.
The concert features the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by David Robertson. The Toronto Symphony will use the Winter Spectacular for the concert. This concert is a charity event and a contribution to the Music for Peace initiative, a project of The Canadian International Council for the Arts. The Toronto Symphony is the oldest orchestra in Canada, operating alongside the Toronto Symphony Orchestra since 1913.
The concert features the Canadian youth artists of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra of Canada, as well as some of Canada’s finest young musicians, and some of Toronto’s finest young singers.
The concert will also feature a number of other songs from the Christmas repertoire.
Tickets are on-sale to the general public. To purchase tickets please visit www. thecenterfordps. ca; call the box office at 416-664-2525.
The December 12 holiday concert is produced by the Center for the Performing Arts in Toronto.
The holiday concert is a partnership between the Centre for the Performing Arts and the Toronto Symphony.
The Toronto Symphony will use the Winter Spectacular for the concert.
Yaniv Attar and the Penn State Orchestra.
1 The Performing Arts Institute provides a forum for a wide range of artistic and scholarly activities and activities focused on the performing arts. This web site serves to document the Institute’s activities in its broadest sense. It is not intended to describe all of the activities or programs of the Institute.
2 The Institute’s goal is to develop quality programs and research opportunities for the American public. The Institute believes in celebrating the arts and promoting the performing arts as expressions of a diverse group of cultural values that can educate, entertain and inspire the young in the public schools and in the arts and in America at large.
3 The Institute is administered by a five-person Board of Trustees and is governed by a five-person Committee of Regents, which is appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate. The Board of Trustees is appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate, at their discretion. The current Chair is John D. Ramey III, a professor of music at Penn State University.
4 The Institute’s faculty include a distinguished group of performing artists, including two-time Grammy winner John Williams and internationally acclaimed conductors and educators. Others include a distinguished group of scholars, including a distinguished group of authors, composers and academic faculty, and performers including a distinguished group of musicians.
5 The Institute’s programs and activities are organized around four primary themes: the Performing Arts Institute and its related activities, including the Institute’s annual national concert series featuring works by the performing artists participating in the Performing Arts Institute; the performing artist’s program at the Institute, and the Institute’s scholarly activities within the performing arts; the national concert series; and the Institute’s role in advancing and providing access to the performing arts for all Americans.
6 The Institute is one of several cultural institutions in and around the Philadelphia area that serve, coordinate and support the performing arts in Penn State communities. The music and stage productions conducted at the Institute are supported in part through the Department of Music’s Division of Performing Arts.
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