Entries tagged with ‘Gustavus Symphony Orchestra’

Gregory Aune’s Final Farewell, “Song Go Ever On”

May 18 marks the end of an era, as the Jon and Anita Thomsen Young Distinguished Endowed Chair and Conductor of The Gustavus Choir Gregory Aune takes the stage for the last time at 3 p.m. in Christ Chapel. Aune retires at the end of the academic year after 24 years of service to the […]

Weekend Preview: Spotlight on John Sharp, Liba Shacht, and the Gustavus Symphony Orchestra

We kick off the weekend with a special colloquium series performance featuring Chicago Symphony Orchestra principal cello John Sharp and Chicago Lyric Opera violin Liba Schacht along with pianist Esther Wang. Throughout the weekend, the Gustavus Dance Company will also be performing their final performance  titled Suspended Between the Worlds. Saturday and Sunday hold various […]

Weekend Preview: Transfer of Memory, Soprano Maria Jette and the Dvořák Cello Concerto

This weekend’s rundown includes a new Schaefer Art Gallery exhibit and two dynamic concerts on Sunday.

Gustavus Symphony Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble Launch Colorado Tour

The Gustavus Symphony Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble, conducted by Dr. Ruth Lin and Dr. Dave Stamps, embark February 1 on a Colorado tour, traveling through South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa en route to Denver, Fort Collins and Loveland

Weekend Arts Preview: Swedish Fiddling to Soloists from the Minn. Orchestra

This week’s concert rundown includes artists from across the Midwest and beyond.

Weekend Arts Preview: Grieg Piano Concerto and Anglican Vespers

Kirill Nazarov, 2018 High School Concerto/Aria Competition winner This weekend features two of the Gustavus Adolphus College large touring ensembles in concert. The Gustavus Symphony Orchestra performs in the afternoon Sunday with the 2018 High School Concerto/Aria Competition winner, Kirill Nazarov. The Gustavus Choir follows with an evening vespers service with Chad Winterfeldt on organ. […]

Fall Concerts Abound!

The Gustavus music department will be a bustling place for the next two weeks as fall concerts and the Björling Music Festival take over performance spaces on campus. All concerts are free and the public is encouraged to attend.

Gustavus musicians and dancers volunteer talent for Children’s Minnesota

Support Children's Minnesota by attending a concert featuring Yumiko-Oshima-Ryan, dancers from Gustavus, and the Gustavus Symphony Orchestra at 2 p.m. on Saturday at Hamline University's Sundin Hall.

Calling all high school instrumental and vocalists!

The search is on for phenomenal high school musicians interested in competing for a solo spot with the renowned Gustavus Symphony Orchestra. The second annual Concerto/Aria Competition for High School Musicians provides a unique musical experience for stand-out high school instrumental or vocalists.

Gustavus Symphony Orchestra to Perform Home Concert

The Gustavus Symphony Orchestra will present their home concert in Jussi Bjorling Recital Hall on Saturday, April 8 at 1:30 p.m. under the direction of Ruth Lin.