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National Arts Centre Orchestra’s new mentorship program, May 31-June 17, 2022

Canada’s National Arts Centre Orchestra is accepting applications through February 7 for a new mentorship program for pre-professional and early-career professional orchestral musicians and conductors from around the world....

January 4, 2022

Eugene Symphony set to perform new works by Browne, Izcaray, Schiff in 2022

On June 4, 2022, the Eugene Symphony in Oregon will perform the world premiere of David Schiff’s Prefontaine on a special concert celebrating the life and legacy of track...

January 3, 2022

Handel and Haydn Society to return for annual Emancipation Proclamation event on New Year’s Eve

Musicians from Boston’s Handel and Haydn Society performed at Boston’s first Emancipation Proclamation celebration in 1863. Nearly 160 years later, this year’s Emancipation Proclamation concert will take place on...

December 23, 2021

See you in 2022!

The Hub will take a break from Friday, December 24 through the start of the new year. We look forward to bringing you the latest news about orchestras beginning...

December 23, 2021

Bangor Symphony to premiere work by Kenneth Fuchs, recipient of third Ellis-Beauregard Foundation composer award

Maine’s Bangor Symphony Orchestra has announced that Kenneth Fuchs has been named the recipient of the Ellis-Beauregard Foundation’s third annual $20,000 composer award. Fuchs will write a new work...

December 22, 2021

Symphony Tacoma to present four “Mini Maestros” family concerts in 2022

Symphony Tacoma in Washington has announced that its “Mini Maestros” series of 45-minute family concerts will comprise four programs in winter and spring of 2022. In accordance with current...

December 21, 2021

Free webinar focusing on Bernstein’s “MASS,” Jan. 10

On January 10 at 3 p.m. ET, the Leonard Bernstein Office and Indiana University Jacobs School of Music will co-present a free livestream panel discussion entitled “MASS at 50,”...

December 20, 2021

Omaha Symphony’s “Christmas Celebration” concerts to be televised, Dec. 23 and 25

Two television broadcasts will feature highlights from the Omaha Symphony’s “Christmas Celebration” in-person program being presented December 16-19 at the Holland Center. The concert was broadcast last year for...

December 17, 2021

Pacific Symphony musicians to be featured in Pacific Chorale’s televised “The Wayfaring Project,” chronicling COVID-19 pandemic

On December 17 and 22, musicians from California’s Pacific Symphony will be featured on PBS SoCal and KCET in The Wayfaring Project, a new concert film created by the...

December 16, 2021

Dayton Philharmonic’s “Messiah” performance, this year at the Schuster Center

On December 15, the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra and the Dayton Philharmonic Chamber Choir will perform Handel’s Messiah, led by DPO Artistic Director Neal Gittleman. Also performing will be soprano...

December 15, 2021