Ars Nova Chamber Orchestra Performs Rossini, Sibelius and Haydn
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The last date listed for Ars Nova: Rossini, Sibelius and Haydn was Sunday June 3, 2012 / 4:00pm.
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Ring in the holiday season with the spirited sounds of the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra. This is one top-notch ensemble: the SJMO has been hailed as "the best jazz repertory band in the country" by no less than The New Yorker. This lively holiday concert features a jazz version of the holiday classic "The Nutcracker Suite" reworked by Duke Ellington and Bill Strayhorn in 1960, along with other suites from the Ellington songbook. Whether you've never been to a jazz show or consider yourself an aficionado of this uniquely American musical style, this show promises to be a cool but festive holiday treat. Learn More
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This was a new group for me, and they play beautifully. The oboe and flute are gorgeous. The works they chose were melodic and engaging, by Sibelius, Rossini, and Haydn. I especially liked Haydn's London Symphony. The church setting, with its colorful stained-glass windows, made the whole experience even more enjoyable.
About the Ticket Supplier: Ars Nova Chamber Orchestra
The Ars Nova is made up of members and former members of the Boston Philharmonic, U.S. Marine Band and Indianapolis Symphony, among other orchestras and the D.C. premier military bands, and performs concerts in Northern Virginia and D.C. metro area. Our members also include other distinguished D.C. area musicians and all have trained at the nation's top schools of music. We perform core chamber orchestra repertoire as well as standard chamber music repertoire, and have worked with renowned conductors including Cliff Colnot, Principal Conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's Civic Orchestra of Chicago and MusicNow series.