OSO announces four finalists for new conductor Each will conduct a performance in the 2016-17 season

Published on Messenger-Inquirer.com January 19, 2016. BOBBIE HAYSE Messenger-Inquirer A committee consisting of board members, community leaders, volunteers and orchestra musicians have chosen Daniel Black, Troy Quinn, Bruce Kiesling and Roger Kalia as finalists. As part of the continuing selection process, each will conduct one concert in the 2016-17 series. Search committee chairman Jay Wethington said prior to the concerts, the four will be in the city for rehearsals, to…

Owensboro Symphony Announces Conductor Search Finalists and Sponsor

The Owensboro Symphony Orchestra’s international search for a new Music Director and Conductor was announced in the spring of 2015. Over the last 10 months, a committee comprised of board members, community leaders, symphony volunteers and orchestra musicians have spent countless hours screening a slate of more than 135 candidates from around the world to choose four finalists, who will each conduct one program during our 2016-17 season. Prior to…

OSO conductor candidates now 4

  By Stephanie Salmons Messenger-Inquirer Updated Jan 16, 2016 The Owensboro Symphony Orchestra has narrowed its international search for a new music director and conductor to four, from 145 initial applicants.   Those finalists will be announced at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Waymond L. Morris Recital Hall at the Symphony Academy, 211 E. Second St. The names can’t be released until then, from a “contractual standpoint,” CEO Dan Griffith…

OSO, choirs combine for annual Symphony Sunday

Published 12/19/15 By Angela Oliver Messenger-Inquirer The First Christian Church member played a pipe organ at the church for more than 50 years until it was destroyed when First Christian caught fire in the early morning hours of March 18, 2013. She has played in every Symphony Sunday since the event began in 1976, and she’s happy to continue her role on the ivories at this year’s service at 10:45…

Symphony Sunday at First Christian Continues for the Thirty-Seventh Consecutive Year

For the thirty-seventh consecutive year, First Christian Church of Owensboro has invited the Owensboro Symphony’s Chamber Orchestra to be a part of its morning worship service on Sunday, December 20, 2015 at 10:30 a.m.. The service will take place in the sanctuary of Third Baptist Church at 527 Allen Street, Owensboro. The public is invited to attend. The program will feature the choirs of First Christian Church and Third Baptist…

 
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