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Department of Music


Music Ensembles - Orchestra

 

Symphony Orchestra

Dr. Jeremy Starr, 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

Dr. Jeremy Starr, 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

Dr. Jeremy Starr, 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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