Music Ensembles - Orchestra

 

Symphony Orchestra

Mr. Ramiro Miranda-Rios, Director

Reinstated in 2009, the Emporia Symphony Orchestra is an ensemble made up of 50-65 community and university musicians that performs 4-5 concerts per year on campus at Albert Taylor Hall as well as off-campus in various venues. Scholarships are available to both majors and non-majors for participation and awarded based on individual auditions. The Emporia Symphony Orchestra plays the standard orchestra repertoire ranging from Baroque to contemporary

Symphony

The orchestra is set up as a 1-credit hour class.

Course: Orchestra
Course Number: MU 319 A / MU 630 A
Rehearsals: M; 7 - 9:30 pm
Room Number: Beach Hall 134

 

  

 


 

Chamber Orchestra

Mr. Ramiro Miranda-Rios, Director

The Chamber Orchestra is primarily a string ensemble consisting of 20-35 students with additional woodwind, brass, and percussion players depending on the demands of the repertoire. The Chamber Orchestra performs 4-8 concerts per year on campus in Heath Recital Hall as well as off-campus in various venues. Scholarships are available to both majors and non-majors for participation and awarded based on individual auditions. The Chamber Orchestra covers a broad range of music from Baroque to contemporary.

Chamber Orchestra

The orchestra is offered as a 1-credit hour class.

Course: Chamber Music - Chamber Orchestra
Course Number: MU 691 E
Rehearsals: MTWR; 2 - 2:50 pm
Room Number: Beach Hall 132

 

 


 

String Ensemble

Mr. Ramiro Miranda-Rios, Director

Composed of select string performers, members of the string ensemble provide music for select campus activities. 

Rehearsals are arranged with the respective instructors.

 

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