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Rehearsals Mondays 7-9 pm,
Thursdays 7-9 pm, Alumni Hall
Auditions required. Please contact the Ensembles Office (603.646.2530 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
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: email@example.com
CONCERTS FOR 2013/2014
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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. Conducted by Anthony Princiotti, 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 2011-12 season included Prokofiev’s Fifth Symphony, Bernstein’s Symphonic Dances from West Side Story, Nielsen’s Fourth Symphony and works by Tchaikovsky, Mendelssohn and Rimsky-Korsakov. Programs for the 2012-2013 season include works by Mahler, Debussy, Beethoven, Dvorak, Haydn and Prokofiev. The Dartmouth Symphony recently traveled to Europe, giving concerts in Germany, the Czech Republic and Austria. The DSO performs in the Hopkins Center’s Spaulding Auditorium during the fall, winter and spring terms. Sophisticated repertoire, student and professional soloists and sellout audiences have given the DSO a regional reputation for excellence in performing and programming.
Conductor Anthony Princiotti is in his twentieth year as conductor of the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra. He received his Doctor of Music degree from the Yale School of Music and a BM from the Juilliard School. He was the recipient of a conducting fellowship at Tanglewood, where he studied with Leonard Bernstein, Gustav Meier and Seiji Ozawa. Mr. Princiotti has been a recipient of the Marshall Bartholomew Scholarship, the Charles Ives Scholarship and the Yale School of Music Alumni Association Prize. Between 1981 and 1987, he was first violinist with the Apple Hill Chamber Players and has appeared as a guest conductor with the Calgary Philharmonic, the Vermont Symphony, the New England String Ensemble, the Hartford Symphony, the San Paolo State Symphony, the Yale Philharmonic, the Norfolk Festival Orchestra, the Pioneer Valley Symphony and the Young Artists Philharmonic. In addition to his work with the Dartmouth Symphony, Mr. Princiotti is the Principal Guest Conductor of the Vermont Symphony and a Senior Lecturer in Music at Dartmouth. His critically-acclaimed recording of Telemann’s Twelve Fantasias for Unaccompanied Violin is the first by an American violinist.
Visit the DSO web site: dartmouth.edu/~dso