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Oct. 1: Gershwin, Dvorak open WSU symphony season

PULLMAN, Wash. – George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” and Anton Dvorak’s ninth symphony, “From the New World,” will be performed in a free, public concert by the Washington State University Symphony Orchestra at 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 1, in Bryan Hall at WSU.

Orchestra concert inspired by eastern European music

PULLMAN, Wash. – Works inspired by the music of eastern Europe will be featured in a free, public concert by the Washington State University Symphony Orchestra at 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26, in Bryan Hall. Assistant conductor Rachael Kone will make her debut with “Dawn on the Moskva River,” the Introduction to “Kovantchina,” an opera […]

WSU, regional conductor headed for Russian academy

PULLMAN – Nicholas Wallin, assistant professor of music at Washington State University, has been accepted to the International Academy of Advanced Conducting (IAAC) in St. Petersburg, Russia, July 23 through Aug. 6.  This will be Wallin’s first trip to Russia.“I am interested to interact with professional musicians in a different country,” said Wallin. “Some of […]

Concert on April 24

The Washington State University Concert Choir and Symphony Orchestra will perform at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 24, in Bryan Hall Auditorium. The choir, directed by Lori Wiest, and orchestra, directed by L. Keating Johnson, will perform “Dona Nobis Pacem,” composed by Ralph Vaughan Williams. The piece is a cantata written in six movements for soprano […]

Seattle Symphony to perform at Bryan Hall

The Seattle Symphony will perform at Washington State University#s Bryan Hall Theatre when it brings its Washington State Tour 2002 to Pullman at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25. Guest conductor and violinist Christopher Warren-Green will lead the symphony in a program that features works by Mozart, including Symphonies No. 15 and 29, “Divertimento” and “Eine […]