The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia on WRTI: Mozart and an Electric Viola, April 15 at 5 PM
Join us for another broadcast in the Improvisionaries season of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia. Highlights from two of this season’s Chamber Orchestra concerts will be heard in the orchestra’s monthly broadcast, hosted by Jack Moore.
First, from the Baroque concert this past February 26th at the Perelman Theater, guest conductor and harpsichordist Jeffrey Brillhart led a performance of the Overture from Zaïs by Jean Philippe Rameau.
Music Director Dirk Brossé then conducts from the April 2nd concert, the Mozart Prague Symphony, and a work by Violist/Composer Martha Mooke called Invisbile Hands II. She played electric viola in that concert.
Don’t miss the broadcast of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia on Sunday at 5 pm on WRTI 90.1.
RAMEAU - Overture from Zaïs, RCT 60
Jeffrey Brillhart, Conductor
MOZART – Symphony No. 38, “Prague”
MOOKE - Invisible Hands, Pt II
Martha Mooke violist (electric), Dirk Brosse, Conductor