Symphony in C to debut at Carnegie Hall

Posted on: February 2, 2010

“New York’s Carnegie Hall is a worldwide musical destination,” in Tuesday’s (2/2) Courier-Post (Camden, New Jersey). “Tonight, there’s a spot in the lineup for music from South Jersey. Only a few months after a funding crisis threatened its future, Camden’s Symphony in C will make its debut on one of the music world’s loftiest stages. The orchestra’s string players, a faction of 25 musicians, will accompany soprano Elizabeth Norberg-Schulz in a program of Italian music presented by Chicago-based Anima Productions. The group will not be led by music director Rossen Milanov; instead, Italian maestro Mattia Rondelli will man the podium. … Since Symphony in C is a professional training orchestra, with many of its members enrolled in music schools and conservatories, a large number of its members live in and around New York City. Even for New York-based musicians, an appearance at Carnegie Hall is a major breakthrough. Tonight’s performance makes for an unusually busy week for the orchestra.”

Posted February 2, 2010