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October 2023

, | October 01, 2023

Rutgers Symphony Orchestra

The Rutgers Symphony Orchestra will open the season with Three Latin-American Dances by celebrated American composer Gabriela Lena Frank. The concerto competition winner, Yan Yuet Artemis Cheung, will be featured as the soloist to perform Louis Spohr’s Clarinet Concerto No. 2. The concert will conclude with La mer by Claude Debussy.

, | October 15, 2023

Rutgers Wind Ensemble: “The Concerto Concept”

Rutgers Wind Ensemble “The Concerto Concept” will feature Kevin Day’s Concerto for Wind Ensemble, Jodie Blackshaw’s Symphony No. 1 subtitled Luenig’s Prayer Book, and will also feature the Music Department 2023 Concerto Competition Winner, Carson De La Rosa, on Phillip Sparke’s Euphonium Concerto No.1

, | October 19, 2023

Rutgers Symphonic Winds and Rutgers Symphony Band: Reflections

Thought-provoking compositions written to explore deep emotion and inspire.

, | October 29, 2023

Rutgers Symphony Orchestra

Saxophonist and concerto competition winner Tyler Sakow will take the stage to perform “Concerto for Alto Saxophone” by Paul Creston with the RSO. After the intermission, RSO will present Beethoven’s Symphony No. 1 without a conductor for the first time in its history.

November 2023

, | November 10, 2023

Brass Ensemble Concert

The Rutgers Brass Ensemble, directed by Professor John Sheppard, features masterworks and original arrangements of brass and orchestral works.

, | November 12, 2023

Rutgers Sinfonia Fall Concert

Sinfonia presents their Fall concert, featuring “An Outdoor Overture” and “Suite from the Tender Land” by Aaron Copland. Concerto competition winner Ryan Colarusso will be featured as the soloist in “Concerto for Trumpet” by Alexander Arutiunian. The concert will conclude with Ivette Herryman-Rodríguez’s “Un danzón a mi manera,” a composition inspired by Cuban styles of dance. 

, | Mon, November 13, 2023 | 7:30 PM

Latin American Chamber Music Ensemble

The Latin American Chamber Music Ensemble concert will feature the “Buena Vista Social Club” song catalogue in instrumental form. This famous Cuban music repertoire will be paired with several works by the prominent Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla.

, | November 15, 2023

New Music Workshop

World premieres of works by Rutgers graduate and undergraduate composers.

, | November 18, 2023

Rutgers University String Day

String Day, coordinated by Dr. Elena Chernova-Davis, brings together the most advanced high school string orchestras from around the tri-county area for a day of playing, fun and learning in Nicholas Music Center.

, | Sun, November 19, 2023 | 2 PM

Rutgers Percussion Ensemble

Photo Credit: Matt Rainey Free  

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