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Our next reading (advanced strings welcome) will be in January, 2015; Mahler: Symphony No. 4 with soprano Heidi Freimanis.
On Nov. 20, the orchestra hosted a reading of Sibelius’s Symphony No. 2 in D, and on May 14, Debussy’s Nocturnes, Ravel’s La Valse, and Strauss’s Don Juan.
On March 26, the orchestra hosted a reading of Schumann’s Manfred Overture and Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9, and on Feb. 12th, Mahler’s
Symphony No. 9.

In December 2013, Peter conducted La Primavera Chamber Orchestra in Kazan, Russia. In Nizhniy Novgorod, he led a reading with the student orchestra, gave a lecture on American musical life, and a masterclass for singers at the Conservatory.  He then conducted New Year’s concerts with the Ulyanovsk Symphony Orchestra in Dimitrovgrad and Ulyanovsk.




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The Boston-based Freisinger Chamber Orchestra began in June, 2008 and has presented 17 concerts and 13 full-scale orchestral readings.  We perform everything from the standard repertoire to world premieres.

2014 – 2015, Seventh Season: Jakoulov, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Operatic Arias, plus readings

Sunday, September 21,  2014

2:30-4:30 PM

Fall Concert

Old South Church
Sanctuary
645 Boylston Street
(Copley Square)
Boston, MA

featuring:
Edevaldo Mulla, Violoncello
Grace Allendorf, Mezzo-Soprano
Jakov Jakoulov, Composer

Tchaikovsky: Variations on a Rococo Theme for Cello and Orchestra

Jakov Jakoulov: The Horizon (world premiere)

Chabrier, Meyerbeer, Saint Saens French Operatic Arias sung by Grace Allendorf, accompanied by Peter Freisinger, Piano

Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550



Suggested Admission: $13 adults; $8 students
Music students FREE.

If you would like to see our past programs, please click Past FCO Concerts, here or at the top of the page. 


Thanks to all who have participated in concerts of the Freisinger Chamber Orchestra, and welcome, new audience members! For the rest of this season, the orchestra will be reading large orchestral repertoire from Sibelius to Mahler.


Sincerely,

Peter Freisinger, conductor


The Boston-based Freisinger Chamber Orchestra began in June, 2008, and has presented 17 concerts.  Strings (11-15) and winds (7-10) are mostly graduate students and alumni from Boston University, New England Conservatory, The Longy School of Music, and The Boston Conservatory.  Concerts also feature young singers in repertoire from opera to broadway, accompanied by the conductor at the piano. Living composers discuss their pieces after premieres.


The FCO is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  If you wish to be added to the email list or contribute, please let us know.
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