Temple University Symphony Orchestra and Choirs
The three-time Grammy nominated Temple University Symphony Orchestra is renowned for its performance of both traditional symphonies and modern masterpieces. Under the direction of Andreas Delfs, the orchestra will perform a piece by Brois Blacher and a World Premiere Commission by Daniel Schnyder. The orchestra is joined Temple University’s esteemed choirs to perform two compositions by Verdi.
This performance is presented by Temple University’s Boyer College of Music and Dance – a leader in preparing students for careers as performers, educators, composers and researchers.
VERDI Stabat Mater from "Quattro pezzi sacri"
VERDI Te Deum from "Quattro pezzi sacri"
SCHNYDER UNITED, Symphony for Orchestra and Big Band (World Premiere)
GERSHWIN Cuban Overture
arranged for Symphony Orchestra and Big Band by Bill Cunliffe
For more information visit, https://events.temple.edu/16th-annual-kimmel-center-for-the-performing-arts-concert