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The MSU Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Kevin Noe will perform at the Wharton Center on April 26th, 2014. The venue, located at the Michigan State University campus is home to Lansing Symphony Orchestra, which performs seventeen concerts every year. The center hosts a number of additional productions all through the year as well. These include the MSU Federal Credit Union Broadway and concerts by national musicians as well as several international acts. The Wharton Center aims to enrich Michigan residents' lives with refreshing performances and also strengthens the value of performing arts within the city. The center serves as a resource of educational and arts programs. To watch the upcoming performance by one of the state's best orchestras, MSU Symphony Orchestra tickets are all you need.
The Montana State University Orchestra usually performs six concerts annually, which include the President's Concert. This concert is presented in collaboration with the Missouri State Choral Ensembles. The orchestra plays a variety of flavors and styles of symphonic literature.
MSU Symphony Orchestra maintains a concentrated schedule of eight orchestral performances and in each season, two full opera productions are also practiced. The orchestra focuses on the maximization of learning through the process of rehearsals. Anyone can participate; even the non-music majors, however, students need to give auditions beforehand.
Established in 1969, The MSU Chamber Orchestra has been performing for the past thirty-seven years. It has performed all of symphonic literature genres including jazz, pop and new music. The orchestra have had six conductors ever since its inception, the current one being Dr. Tobin Stewart.
Dr. Tobin Stewart took conducting classes from Mark Gibson, Thomas Wilkins, Donald Schleicher, Ovidiu Balan, Tyler Goodrich White, Charles Gambetta and Robert Gutter, in both Romania and America. Under his direction, The MSU Chamber Orchestra will be performing works by Mark Dal Porto, Shostakovich, Mozart and Beethoven. The show will feature two MSU student concerto winners of 2014, Andrew Major is going to play Mozart's 23rd Piano Concerto's adagio movement and David Kirk has practiced hard to play Shostakovich's Cello Concerto number one.
The MSU Symphony Orchestra is also presenting a concert in the afternoon, which features guest trumpet player and composer Samuel Wells. The show will include multiple performances such as instrumental solos. Before the concert, Samuel will deliver a lecture about the style of music that will be incorporated in the concert. Led by conductor Ken Lam, the orchestra will be performing a concerto that features great music. Ken Lam is the winner of Memphis International Conducting Competition of 2011. he is the Resident Conductor of the Brevard Music Center in North Carolina, Associate Professor and Director of Orchestra at Montclair State University in New Jersey, Artistic Director at the Baltimore Symphony Youth Orchestras, and Education Conductor at the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
Ken made his music conducting debut in 2008 with the National Symphony Orchestra. In the past, he has led several orchestral performances including in the cities like Baltimore, Cincinnati, Detroit, Illinois, Meridian and Memphis. He has performed with the Hong Kong Philharmonic, the Taipei Symphony Orchestra and Hong Kong Sinfonietta.
In opera, this acclaimed composer has directed several Janiec Opera Company productions and also served as the Assistant Conductor at Baltimore Lyric Opera, the Castleton Festival and Cincinnati Opera. He also led some critically praised opera, Feng Yi Ting's performances. Ken Lam has been Hong Kong Voices' Artistic Director since 2000. He studied conducting from Gustav Meier and Markand Thakar at Peabody Conservatory.
This upcoming orchestra performance by the students of Montana University will be highly exciting. If you want to attend the concert then you must get your hands on MSU Symphony Orchestra tickets before it's too late.