Spring 2014 Information
Crossovers and Collaborations-featuring the Georgia Tech Choirs and Yitian Xiao, Piano
Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 2
Europe: Castle House Rag
Ellington: Three Black Kings
February 23-3pm at the Ferst Center for the Arts
More information about this performance coming soon!
The Georgia Tech Symphony Orchestra maintains a membership of approximately 95-110 students. Concerts and repertoire expose participants to a variety of orchestral literature from the Classical through Contemporary periods, including popular and film music.
Beethoven: Coriolanus Overture
Copland: Our Town
Mussorgsky/Ravel: Pictures at an Exhibition
Concerts in Spring 2014 include music by Johannes Brahms, John Williams, Duke Ellington, James Reese Europe, Michael Giacchino, and more!
The orchestra program provides access to master classes and records regularly. Members also enjoy social aspects through events such as retreats and movie nights. Students are encouraged to pre-register for orchestra and then audition.
REGISTRATION INFORMATION & CLASS TIME
This ensemble meets as a class and you receive credit for taking it.
There is a firm attendance policy which directly affects your grade for the class.
***CLASS TIME IS T/TH 6:15 – 7:35 PM***
ALL members should enroll for the class. Academic conflicts are a common issue and will be dealt with on a case by case basis.
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In addition to participating in one of the large instrumental ensembles, students may elect to participate in a chamber ensemble. This provides an opportunity for exceptional musicians to refine their musical skills and earn additional course credit. Various chamber ensembles include string quartet, piano duets, piano quintet, saxophone quartet, clarinet quartet, woodwind quintet, brass quintet, and many other possibilities. Ensembles are expected to rehearse with a faculty coach once a week and once on their own. Ensembles culminate their semester’s work at the Chamber Ensembles concert.
2013-14 CONCERTO COMPETITION-updated
Congratulations to Yitian Xiao for winning this year’s competition! Hear Yitian perform the first movement of Brahms’ Piano Concerto No. 2 with the GTSO on February 23 at the Ferst Center.