New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra

Reframing Classical Music

2015-16 Season

 

NBCO@Zimmerli
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 22, 2015  3:00 PM
     OPENING SALON AT ZIMMERLI ART MUSEUM

SATURDAY JANUARY 30, 2016  6:00PM
     WINTER SALON AT ZIMMERLI ART MUSEUM

LUST
February 2016
Michael Nyman’s “I Sonetti Lussoriosi” 
Location TBA

NBCO@Zimmerli
SUNDAY APRIL 24, 2016 3:00PM
     SPRING SALON AT ZIMMERLI ART MUSEUM


NBCO@Christ Church
SUNDAY MAY 22, 2016 4:00 PM
    NEW BRUNSWICK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA 


 

NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY

In 2005 the New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra launched an initiative called "Our Musical Heritage." The idea was to feature music from the largest cultural and ethnic communities in New Brunswick, including Latino, Jewish, Hungarian, African-American, and Asian. With many of these concerts, we joined forces with other ensembles and soloists. Here are a few of the shows:  “Music of the Jewish Tradition” at Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple in April 2006, featuring Ernest Bloch’s Concerto Grosso No. 1; "Music of the Americas" in October 2005 at Kirkpatrick Chapel, Rutgers University, featuring Heitor Villa-Lobos String Quartet No. 3; "Music of the African-American Tradition" in November 2011 featuring William Grant Stills’ Danzas de Panama.

The two concerts presented in 2013 were TRANSFORMATIONS and VISIONS

 

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