We play great new, neglected, and traditional symphonic music in ways you’ve never heard, introduce the finest new artists, and give you the greatest musical experience you’ve never had – yet!
In the best MusicaNova tradition, the MNO Wind Quintet celebrates contemporary music of the Americas when it performs at the Musical Instrument Museum. Jeanie Pierce (flute), Diego Espinoza (oboe), Kristin Fray (clarinet), Kristilyn Woods (bassoon) and Lauralyn Padglick (French horn) play works by three women, a Mexican composer and renowned woodwind composer David Maslanka. Theresa Martin’s “Passage” is an Arizona premiere.
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The appetizer for our fall season is this video presentation of Eric Ewazen’s Capriccio for Bass Trombone and Trombone Choir, as performed by Seth Bärtschi. That’s right: Seth plays all nine parts. Plus, he shot the video. We’re privileged to have such talent in our orchestra.