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Entr’acte: Intergenerational Romanticism

A Graduate Conducting Degree Recital with the Orchestra Now

April 21

Add to Calendar2024-04-21 2:00 pm2024-04-21 2:00 pmEDTEntr’acte: Intergenerational RomanticismFisher Center, Sosnoff Theater,
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The Degree Recital is the culminating project of the Graduate Conducting Program. Given during the second year of study, students have the opportunity to conduct the repertoire of their choice in this concert.

Joined by members of the Bard Conservatory Orchestra and Vocal Arts Program, the current graduating class of the Graduate Conducting Program leads The Orchestra Now in a culminating degree recital.

German Romanticism makes up the extent of the program, including Felix Mendelssohn’s concert overture Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage, Johannes Brahms’s Second Symphony, and two highlights from Richard Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier. Two American interludes are also featured in the program—John Adams’s Chairman Dances and Caroline Shaw’s Entr’acte.



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