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Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra


The Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra is the resident orchestra of the Hopkins Center at Dartmouth College. Comprised primarily of Dartmouth students, its powerful performances have made it a major hit with area music lovers, who appreciate not having to travel to the city to enjoy a quality evening at the symphony. The DSO is dedicated to the performance of standard works from the symphonic repertoire (while also including a few works off the beaten path). In recent seasons, the DSO has performed works by Beethoven, Berlioz, Brahms, Haydn, Shostakovich and Dvorak, among many others. The repertoire for the 2015-2016 season includes Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring, Tchaikovsky Romeo & Juliet, and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9.

The Dartmouth Symphony recently traveled to Europe, giving concerts in Hungary, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The DSO performs in the Hopkins Center’s Spaulding Auditorium during the fall, winter and spring terms under the baton of guest conductor Fillppo Ciabatti. Sophisticated repertoire, student and professional soloists and sellout audiences have given the DSO a regional reputation for excellence in performing and programming.

Visit the DSO web site: dartmouth.edu/~dso
Rehearsals Mondays 7-9 pm
Spaulding Auditorium

Thursdays 7-9 pm
Alumni Hall

Auditions required. Please contact the Ensembles Office at 603.646.2530 or hopkins.center.ensembles@dartmouth.edu

Auditionees should be ready to play a prepared piece (or a portion thereof). There may also be some relatively simple sight-reading. For more information, email: dso@dartmouth.edu

CONCERTS FOR 2015/2016
Fall concert
Winter concert
Spring concert

For more info regarding this ensemble,
call 603.646.2530 or email: hopkins.center.ensembles@dartmouth.edu