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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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...continued
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.