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The National Symphony Orchestra is a famous American orchestra, located in Washington DC’s John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. It was founded in 1931 and is one of the finest symphony orchestras in the US today, known for programming that is innovative, blending classical with contemporary. Its principal conductor is Christoph Eschenbach, a renowned name in the world of classical music, often seen live performing with the orchestra by ordering National Symphony Orchestra tickets.
The National Symphony Orchestra first performed at the Constitution Hall after its founding, under the leadership of Hans Kindler, the then music director, the first person to hold the position. At the time, musicians earned weekly wages at the tune of forty dollars, performing one concert and three rehearsals for a season lasting five months of the year. Together with the orchestra, Hans Kindler recorded a number of recordings for the RCA Victor record label, such as performing George Enescu’s Roumanian Rhapsodies. In 1960, a historic event occurred in which the orchestra performed the same work under a close associated of the original composer, conductor George Georgescu.
During its early years, the National Symphony Orchestra also recorded Camille Saint–Saens’ King Henry VIII opera’s ballet music for RCA recordings, under conductor Walter Damrosch. This was one of a handful of rare recordings under the musical leadership of conductor Walter Damrosch. Howard Mitchell also recorded a number of pieces alongside the orchestra, also for RCA Records with Antal Dorati recording music in collaboration with the symphony for Decca Records. Similar, Mstislav Rostropovich recorded a number of pieces with the orchestra for a number of labels, including Erato Records, Teldec Records and Sony Records.
The orchestra continued recording music for RCA Victor, until the record label stopped recordings new classical music. 1986 was a historical year for the orchestra when it became an arts affiliate to the famous Kennedy Center, regarded then and today as the national center, in the US, for the performing arts, a breathtaking achievement. Since then, it has performed a concert season at the performing arts center, having begun way playing their way back in 1971. It has continued its tradition of taking part in ceremonial state events, international and national events, official holiday events and many a presidential inauguration.
Today, it is home to a hundred musician and has a fifty two week season each year, presenting a mind blowing one hundred and seventy five concerts every year. This includes pops concerts, a classical concerts subscription series and what is undoubtedly amongst the largest educational programs held in the nation, for children from kindergarten to high school. Ensembles from these program then also perform at the Kennedy Center and then at the American Residencies, performing more than one hundred concerts each year.
This is also an orchestra that is fully committed to developing the artistic resources found in the US, through such schemes as the John and June Hechinger Commissioning Fund for New Orchestral Works. Through this program, it has commissioned over fifty marvelous works, including a huge number of encores and cycles of fanfares. It has also formed the National Conducting Institute, to train new conductors, and is also behind the Kennedy Center Summer Music Institute.
The orchestra has also provided scholarships from high school students all over the nation to visit Washington DC and study with the musicians of the orchestra. The scholarships are graciously funded by the National Trustees of the National Symphony Orchestra. In what was a monumental occasion, the orchestra was also once conducted by First Lady Nancy Reagan. Through the orchestra’s American Residencies for the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, it has visited fifteen states, spreading classical music and exploring the various musical styles found in the nation, leading to even more people buying National Symphony Orchestra tickets for their concerts.
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