Franz Welser-Most, the Cleveland Orchestra music director, is recovering at his house in Austria after he fall ill on Sunday during a stage performance at Vienna State Opera.
A spokesperson for the Cleveland orchestra stated that Welser Most was laid low by acute lower back pain and he was seen by a doctor during the intermission at an event at the Vienna State Opera, the place where the conductor also works as general music director.
Suffolk Philharmonic Orchestra already has 3 successful concerts under their belt and now they have started to plan their year ahead. Last year, the orchestra was formed under Leslie Olive and their very first performance took place at the St Edmundsbury Cathedral during the Bury Festival that was attended by seven hundred people.
A new arts program has started in Southern Maryland. The famous Southern Maryland Youth Orchestra has recently announced its inaugural season this spring. The symphony orchestra is actually designed for the young musicians especially for those between sixth to twelve grades who have already completed their one year of study on the instrument.
The Bergen Youth Orchestras will hold their auditions for young musicians on August and early September for the season 2012-2013. The orchestra’s Three Ensembles are a promising opportunity for young musicians. This leading youth orchestra program in the New York Area will hold auditions in the St. Paul’s Church at 113 Engle Street in Englewood, New Jersey. The Bergen Youth Orchestra will have musicians from 6 years of age upto high school.
Have you ever thought of to be in an orchestra group. BSIM (Brantford School of Instrumental Music) is looking for people who are interested to join an orchestra group which is already called - Brantford Community Orchestra.
Karl Langton, the President of Brantford School of Instrumental Music, tells that anyone who can play and most importantly stays in Brantford or within a 30 minutes drive, can be part of this group. The regulations to be a part of the band are very simple.