MBU’s Symphony Orchestra and Symphonic Band performed a beautiful concert entitled “Some Enchanted Evening.” The orchestra opened the program with Tchaikovsky’s “Serenade for Strings.” Next, violin soloist Elisabeth Hettinga, winner of the MBU Aria and Concerto Competition, performed “Concerto No. 5 in A Major, K. 219, III. Rondeau – Tempo di Minuetto” by Wolfgang Amadeus [Continue Reading…]
As winner of MBU’s Concerto Competition, Daniel Anderson recently performed Ferdinand David’s Concertino for Trombone and Orchestra with MBU’s Symphony Orchestra. Although Ferdinand David’s Concertino for Trombone and Orchestra is a work that is not performed very often, it consists of a wonderful trombone solo and orchestra part. Orchestra director Lewis Rosove says, “I grew [Continue Reading…]
Watch Maranatha musicians preparing for next week’s Fall Festival on October 17 at 7:00 PM. Subscribers, click here to view the sneak peek.
Maranatha’s Orchestra Concert is streaming live tonight starting at 7 PM Central. Concerto Contest Winner, Philip Ledgerwood, will be performing as well. For details on attending the concert, click here. Note: There will be commercials inserted (for which we can not control the music, content, etc.), and this link is not viewable on Maranatha’s campus.
Pictures: See pics from the Classical Kids Concert
“Flora and Fauna: Flowers and Critters” This year’s Classical Kids Concert features Diana Shapiro and Stanislava Varshavski, internationally acclaimed piano duo artists, as they combine their talents with the Maranatha Symphony Orchestra to perform Camille Saint-Säens’ Carnival of the Animals. Included in this concert will be the famous Flower Duet from “Lakmé” and Leroy Anderson’s all-time favorite The Waltzing Cat. WHEN: The [Continue Reading…]