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Gerard Schwarz, director
Maestro Gerard Schwarz, Frost School’s Distinguished Professor of Music; Conducting and Orchestral Studies, will be leading the exceptionally talented students of the Frost Chamber Orchestra and Frost Symphony Orchestra in an evening of beautiful Orchestral Classics old and new.
The program features the Frost Chamber Orchestra performing Wolfgang Mozart’s fiery and forceful Symphony No 35, written in 1782, and Frédéric Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in F Minor, Op. 21, which the composer completed in 1830 and played the solo at the premiere in Poland that year.
The Frost Symphony Orchestra will perform Serenade for Orchestra (Movements 3 and 4) by Ulysses Kay, a prominent representative of the neoclassical school and nephew of jazz great King Oliver, along with Antonin Dvořák’s 1885 composition, Symphony No 7.
Click here for the concert program.
AudienceAlumni General Public Faculty Students - Undergrad Students - Grad/Professional Prospective Students Students - International Admitted Students