This is an exciting year for the orchestra, as we celebrate our 20th Season in the Twin Tiers! In the Fall we honored our history with some of the great Masterworks that the orchestra has performed throughout the years. Maestro Grow and the symphony will continue our season with a Celebration of Genius in February, exploring the works of some of the greatest masters; Mozart, Haydn, and the Chevalier de St. Georges. Our final concert in May will be a Celebration of Symphony, a combination of orchestra favorites and beloved arrangements by the orchestra’s founding conductor and music director, John Whitney.
Maestro Grow, the orchestra, and the Board of Directors will also be celebrating YOU, our wonderful audience members, who continue to be the reason we love what we do. Please join us in our revelry as we celebrate 20 years together, and look forward to many more!
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Conductor Benjamin Grow has worked with a wide array of ensembles in New York City and serves as Principal Conductor of Chelsea Opera, Co-Director/Conductor of the sinfonietta Ensemble Échappé presented by the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and has been in residence at the Italian Academy at Columbia University. As music director of Tom Cipullo's acclaimed opera, Glory Denied, at the Prince Theater in Philadelphia, Grow "expertly coached the singers and led the orchestra" (Broad Street Review), and his "fine detailing delivered the ferocious power of this score" (Huffington Post), in what The Philadelphia Inquirer said was the "most unforgettable opera" of the year. He has also conducted studio recordings and workshops for Opera Philadelphia with artists including Frederica von Stade. Recent engagements include concerts with the Orchestra of St. Luke's. Mr. Grow teaches at The Juilliard School and has been guest conductor at the Manhattan School of Music. For several years, he co-presented an annual lecture at the 92nd Street Y, "The Physics of Music," as part of their Mysteries of Science series, and has given pre-concert talks at the Museum of Biblical Art. He received his Bachelor of Music from the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University and his Master of Music at the Manhattan School of Music.
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