Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra
The Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra is composed of outstanding musicians from all over the world pursuing advanced studies in the graduate school of the Department of Music with renowned performance faculty.
Tickets for all performances are $20 for adults, $10 for students with ID and $10 for seniors 65 and older. Tickets may be purchased from the Staller Center box office Monday through Saturday, 12pm and 6pm. Informative, free lectures by Michael Hershkowitz precede the concerts (7:00 PM, Recital Hall).
Saturday, October 11, 8 pm
(rescheduled from February 15, 2014)
Program: Strauss, Don Juan; Hindemith, Horn Concerto; Bartók, The Miraculous Mandarin Suite. Featuring Amr Selim, horn soloist, winner of the 2013 Graduate Concerto Competition. Conducted by Jeffrey Milarsky.
Saturday, November 8, 8 pm
Program: Mozart, Overture to La Clemenza di Tito; Chopin, Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor; Mahler, Symphony No. 4 in G major. Featuring Ko-Eun Lee, piano soloist, winner of the 2014 Graduate Concerto Competition. Conducted by Angel Gil-Ordóñez.
Program: Ravel, Rapsodie Espagnole; Sibelius, Violin Concerto; Dvoˇrák, Symphony No. 9 in E minor, “From the New World.” Featuring Petteri Iivonen, violin soloist, winner of the 2014 Graduate Concert Competition. Conducted by George Manahan.
Program: Haydn, Symphony No. 68 in B-flat major; Brahms, Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor; Mark-Anthony Turnage, Texan Tenebrae; and Rachmaninoff, The Symphonic Dances. Featuring Hsin-Chiao Liao, piano soloist, winner of the 2014 Graduate Concerto Competition. Conducted by Paul Watkins.
Program: Beethoven, Leonore Overture No. 3; C.P.E. Bach, Flute Concerto in D minor; Peter Winkler, Symphony (premiere of revised version). Featuring Ray Furuta, flute soloist, winner of the 2014 Graduate Concerto Competition. Conducted by Eduardo Leandro.