Take the reins: Chamber orchestra concert – IN PERSON
Clarice’s National Orchestral Institute + Festival returns to the stage for the first time since COVID-19 turned life as we knew it! In this special opening show, NOI + F fellows take the reins of a program that combines the demands of chamber music with those of large ensemble performance. The 2021 Orchestra Fellows will perform without a conductor and conduct each other in the chamber orchestral repertoire of Mozart, Haydn, Grant Still and Korngold.
The National Orchestra Institute + Festival, a program of the University of Maryland Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, trains aspiring orchestral musicians, composers, conductors and arts administrators from across the country during a month of dynamic music creation and professional exploration at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Musicians are chosen through a rigorous audition process across the country. Each year, these young artists present passionate and impressive performances of adventurous repertoire at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center.
William Grant Still: Mother and child
Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Suite from “Viel Lärmen um Nichts”, Op. 11
Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 6, “Le Matin”
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No.39, K. 543
HEALTH + SAFETY
To protect your health when attending the Festival in person, you will see the following changes during concerts: