Ars Nova Chamber Orchestra: Beethoven's Violin Concerto, Ravel, Elgar
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The last date listed for Ars Nova Chamber Orchestra with Amy Beth Horman was Saturday November 12, 2011 / 7:30pm.
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Featured review from Kathryn Ross
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Well rehearsed and talented musicians brought a program to us that was absolutely beautiful. I will tell everyone I know to support the Ars Nova Chamber Orchestra. We asked another couple to join us for the evening and they too were very impressed and agreed that they needed more support from the community. I hope to see much more of them in the future. Let me suggest Ma Mere l'oye or Le tombeau de Couperin which are two of my favorite pieces by Ravel or pieces by Ralph von Williams such as Serenade to Music which I love. It was well worth the price of admission.
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First time we have seen this orchestra - but enjoyed the evening immensely - very interesting to watch an orchestra playing without a conductor - they were very good, and work well together! Accoustics in the church were fantastic, and their...continued
Amy Beth Horman, violin
Ravel – Pavane, op. 50
Elgar – Serenade for Strings, op. 20
Beethoven – Violin Concerto, op. 61
The Ars Nova Chamber Orchestra performs Ravel’s Pavane pour une infant defunte, op. 50, Elgar’s Serenade for Strings, op. 21, Beethoven’s Violin Concerto, op. 61. The orchestra is joined by award winning Catholic University (Washington) professor and soloist violinist Amy Beth Horman for Beethoven’s Violin Concerto.
About the Ticket Supplier: Ars Nova Chamber Orchestra
Ars Nova is an innovative 30-member unconducted chamber ensemble that performs orchestral repertoire using chamber music techniques. This means the musicians take over the role of the conductor, trading and sharing leadership within each performance, players leading in turn from their own seats. The result is an invigorating and creative approach to making music, an inspiring model for collaboration, and–most of all–a thrilling concert experience for audiences.