Maurice Ravel:Mother Goose Suite Jonathan Bailey Holland:Motor City Remix Giuseppe Verdi: "Caro Nome" from Rigoletto Leonard Bernstein: "Glitter and be Gay" from Candide Francis Poulenc: Gloria
The Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra is joined by operatic soprano, Alison Trainer, for a celebratory season opener that can’t be missed! Hailed by the Baltimore Sun for her “voice of radiant beauty”, Ms. Trainer will perform music by Verdi and Bernstein. Ms. Trainer will also be featured in Poulenc’s ‘Gloria’, alongside the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra and Oak Ridge Chorus.
Giacomo Puccini:Chrysanthemums Heitor Villa-Lobos: The Riddle of Seven Notes; Garrett McQueen, bassoon Henryck Gorecki:Three Pieces in Olden Style Ralph Vaughan Williams:The Lark Ascending; Karen Kartal, violin Joseph Haydn:Symphony No. 6 in D "Le Matin"
Enjoy an afternoon of intimate music, featuring Vaughan William’s popular and “quintessentially English” composition for solo violin and orchestra, The Lark Ascending, performed by Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra concertmaster, Karen Kartal. The concert will also feature bassoonist and WUOT host, Garrett McQueen performing Villa-Lobos’ little-known masterpiece The Riddle of Seven Notes, as well as delightful symphonic music by Haydn, Puccini, and Gorecki.
Ring in the holiday season with the Oak Ridge Chorus! The Oak Ridge Chorus will join forces with the University of Tennessee Concert Choir to present an evening of celebration and music. Joined by instrumentalists from the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra, the Chorus will perform Messiah: Part I by George Frideric Handel, Fantasia on Christmas Carols by Ralph Vaughan Williams, and more. Chorus Director Jaclyn Johnson will also lead an audience sing-along of popular Christmas Carols!
Richard Wagner:Siegfried Idyll Benjamin Britten: Noye's Fludde
The talented young vocalists from Sound Company Children’s Choir join forces with the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra for Benjamin Britten’s acclaimed Noye’s Fludde, based on the 15th-century Chester mystery play about the Old Testament story of Noah’s Ark. The orchestra will also perform Richard Wagner’s beautiful tribute to his wife and newborn son, Siegfried Idyll.
Join the Oak Ridge Chorus for an evening of popular music from the Broadway stage alongside some of the great standards of choral literature. Have fun bidding on our silent auction items, while sipping wine and nibbling hors d'oeuvres during the intermissions!
Hector Berlioz:Death of Ophelia and Meditation from Tristia
with Oak Ridge Chorus, Jaclyn Johnson conductor Missy Mazzoli:Rouge River Transformation Hector Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique
Join the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra and Oak Ridge Chorus for a grand finale to our 73rd season! Chorus Director, Jaclyn Johnson will lead the orchestra and chorus in Berlioz’s Death of Ophelia and Meditation. Music Director Dan Allcott will lead the orchestra in exciting music by young American composer, Missy Mazzoli, and the concert will conclude with Berlioz’s brilliant and epic Symphonie