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Hear the Young Musicians of Symphony in C: Every Sunday in June at 4 PM on WRTI 90.1

Join us every Sunday throughout the month of June from 4 to 6 PM on WRTI 90.1 to hear concerts from the 2018-2019 season of Symphony in C, the Mid-Atlantic region’s training orchestra, recorded live in the Gordon Theater on the Rutgers University-Camden campus. 

You’ll hear tomorrow’s professional musicians perform with stellar soloists, all led by Symphony in CMusic Director Stilian Kirov. In addition, between each work, Maestro Kirov speaks about the music to be performed with the soloists. Listen on WRTI 90.1, streaming at WRTI.org and on the WRTI mobile app.

Sunday, June 2nd (from September 2018)
MENDELSSOHN: Hebrides Overture
TCHAIKOVSKY: Concerto for Violin in D Major, Op. 35 (featuring William Hagen, Violin)
BIZET: Symphony No. 1

Sunday, June 9th (from December 2018)
BACH: Brandenburg Concerti No. 2-6 Brandenburg Concerti No. 2-6
(featuring Symphony in C Soloists)

Sunday, June 16th (from January 2019)
BOCCHERINI: Symphony No. 6, G. 506, Op. 12, No. 4 “Las casa del diavolo”
RODRIGO: Fantasia para un gentilhombre (Fantasia for a Nobleman) (featuring Jason Vieaux, Guitar)
TCHAIKOVSKY: Souvenir de Florence, Op. 70

Sunday, June 23rd (from March 2019)
MOZART: Concerto for Flute and Harp in C Major, K. 299 (featuring Lydia Roth, Flute;
Abigail Kent, Harp)
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 7
in A Major, Op. 92

Sunday June 30th (from May 2019)
GRIEG: Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 16 (featuring Adam Golka, Piano)
SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 5
LINDVEIT: Pray Away (Composer Ryan Lindveit won the 2019 Symphony In C Young Composers' Competition Winner with this work)

The mission of Symphony in C is to provide the next generations of musicians and composers with experiences in performance and in engaging with the community, helping the musicians develop skills and experiences for professional success.  Symphony In C seeks to support musicians in achieving their visions in the changing world of Symphonic Music.

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