Tuesday, February 5, 2013

UMKC Chamber Orchestra review by Sai Srikar Kadiyam

Listening to a live orchestra has an uncharted feeling of  excitement.  The sound of the instruments tuning up in unison is like the soundtrack to a sun rising above quiet waters. UMKC’s orchestra embraces this sense of levity and liveliness in its performances. On Jan. 30, UMKC’s Conservatory Chamber Orchestra, directed by Music Professor Robert Olson, performed pieces by composers Haydn, Weismann and Dvorak after just a week of preparation.

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