Maryland Symphony Orchestra

Maryland Symphony Orchestra

Maryland Symphony Orchestra

Immortal Mozart + Schubert's Fifth Symphony

Soloist: Erich Heckscher, bassoon featuring the Frostburg State University Chorale


Pealer Recital Hall, Pealer Performing Arts Center

Under the skilled leadership of conductor and musical director Elizabeth Schulze, the Maryland Symphony Orchestra returns to Frostburg with a program of luminous concerto, choral and orchestral works. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s timeless Krönungsmesse, Mass No. 15 in C Major will showcase the FSU University Chorale. The playful lyricism of Mozart’s Bassoon Concerto in B-flat Major, K. 191 will feature soloist Erich Heckscher, currently principal bassoon with MSO and the National Philharmonic. Rounding out the program is Franz Schubert’s sparkling Symphony No. 5 in B-flat Major.

Maryland Symphony Orchestra Prélude

Sunday, November 11  |  2 PM

Pealer Recital Hall, Pealer Center

Before the performance of the Maryland Symphony Orchestra, join musical director Elizabeth Schulze for a lively discussion about the works to be performed. Prélude is free and open to all ticket holders

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The presentation of Maryland Symphony Orchestra is supported by the Community Trust Foundation’s Iris and Peter Halmos Community Fund. The presentation of Maryland Symphony Orchestra is sponsored by First Peoples Community Federal Credit Union and by Mrs. Bernice A. Friedland, Ms. Janice S. Keene, Mr. Bill Mandicott and Dr. Lea Messman-Mandicott, the Honorable Mary Beth Pirolozzi, Mr. Victor S. Rezendes and Mr. John E. Minnich, Ms. Sandra K. Saville, Mr. Nicholas J. Scarpelli and Ms. Tama S. Scarpelli, and Mr. Douglas Schwab and Mrs. Betsey Hurwitz-Schwab.

CES is supported in part by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council on the web at Funding for the Maryland State Arts Council is also provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. CES is supported in part by the City of Frostburg.


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