Upcoming Sessions

Music of the Masters XII
December 28. 7pm -9:30pm. Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. (Dvorak, Beethoven)
December 29. 7pm -9:30pm. Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. (Dvorak, Beethoven)
December 30. 1:30pm-2pm.  Family Concert. Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. (Dvorak (1st Movement, Beethoven, 1st Movement)
December 30. 3pm -5pm. Music of the Masters XII. Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.  (Dvorak, Beethoven)
Rep:
Dvorak: Cello Concerto.  Rahsan Apay-Durdag, Cello  (Jose Moore, Concertmaster)
Beethoven: Symphony No.6 (Jennifer, Concertmaster), 3222/2220 tmp, 39 min.
From February, 2018, We are meeting on Tuesdays at University of Arizona, School of Music, Room 170.  (Moved to Tuesdays due to room availability)
Feb. 20 7pm -9pm
March 20, 7pm -9pm
April 24, 7pm -9pm
May 22, 7pm -9pm
Music for the Masters XIII (June 2, 2018), Rehearsal May 30 and May 31 (7pm-9:30pm at Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church)
Wagner: Overture to Rienzi, 3223/4431 tmp+3, 12 min.
Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto, Jose Moore, Violin, 2222/2200 tmp, 26min.
Rachmaninov: Symphony No.2. (Laura- concertmaster), 3332/4331 tmp+3, 60min.
Music of the Masters XIV (Dec. 2018)
Beethoven: Symphony No.7 2222,2200, tmp, 36 min.
Music of the Masters XV (June, 2019)
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5, Reiko Shimokawa, Piano
TRO Japan Trip, July 2019
Beethoven Piano Concerto No.5, Reiko Shimokawa, Piano

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One Response to “Upcoming Sessions”

  1. Lynne January 4, 2016 at 12:01 pm #

    STUPENDOUS performance. ! This is truly a world-class orchestra. Thank you so much. (January 4, 2016

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