University-Community Symphony Orchestra
The University-Community Symphony Orchestra performs a diverse orchestral repertoire during its regular four-concert season. Concerts frequently feature solo works either performed by members of the orchestra or invited guest artists. The orchestra provides a medium for the reading and performance of new works. Students (with a conducting emphasis) conduct in both rehearsal and performance settings. Membership in the orchestra ensures its participants exposure to a wide variety of repertoire, improvement of ensemble skills, and solo opportunities. The orchestra is proud to have a diverse membership which includes students, staff, faculty, and community members who all work together to achieve the best in musical and social experiences.
The University-Community Symphony Orchestra rehearses on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, from 7:15 p.m. until 8:35 p.m., while classes are in session. Rehearsals are held in the Performing Arts Center, Room B-28. Sectionals will be held as needed.
Joining the University-Community Symphony Orchestra is easy! Just come to one of our rehearsals! Remember to bring your instrument, or you can rent one from us. Lockers are also available at no cost, as well as practice facilities. An audition is required. Attendance at all rehearsals is mandatory.
The Director of the University-Community Symphony Orchestra is Prof. Christopher David Neubert. His office is in the Performing Arts Center, Room B-07. He can be reached at (518) 583-0969 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. For information on instrument rentals, locker availability, or general questions about the orchestra or band, please contact Ray Weiss, Student Assistant, at (518) 442-4175 or by e-mail at email@example.com.