This November the ORC will present the Orange Symphony Orchestra & Symphonic Choir performing Mozart’s Requiem Mass, one of his most stirring and loved works.
As if that’s not enough, the Orange Youth Orchestra will be presenting their annual Concerto Concert, featuring the talented 2017 winners Ellena Hicks (voice) performing Bernstein’s I Hate Music and Sophie Hoskins-Murphy (violin) performing Vivaldi’s Summer.
Tickets available through ORC Admin and Eventbrite
ORC Students (under 18) FREE
Orange Youth Orchestra presents our 2016 Concerto Concert on Saturday 12th November at 3:30pm. A concerto is the opportunity for a solo instrumentalist to shine in front of an orchestra.
Each year young musicians audition for a chance to be a soloist at our annual Concerto Concert. This year’s winners are Molly Straney, Sophie McKay and Rebekah Rae. These students and the Orange Youth Orchestra prepare all year for this concert, it a pinnacle of their work.
The Orange Youth Orchestra is conducted by Prem Love and will feature Molly Straney with a Violin Concerto in C Major by Kabalevsky, Sophie McKay and Rebekah Rae with Concert Piece No. 1 for clarinet duo by Mendelssohn.
The Concerto Concert competition winners have had a very busy year. Molly Straney has recently completed her HSC and is completing her Duke of Edinburgh Award. She completed her Certificate of Performance in violin with the Australian Music Examination Board in 2015. Molly has been a student of the Orange Regional Conservatorium from a young age and is under the tutelage of Alina Zborowski. Rebekah Rae is in year 11 and beginning her HSC prep already. Sophie McKay has completed her HSC this year. Sophie is a 6th Grade clarinettist and is under the tutelage of renowned woodwind tutor, Laith Ismail.
A concert that will really surprise and delight audiences. Relax with the ORC this Saturday 12th November 3:30pm. Free entry.
Photo: Sophie McKay as part of the 2015 Concerto Concert Orange Youth Orchestra.