RSO’s music director auditions get started Sept. 17 with Luke Frazier

Yoshiko Yap

RICHMOND, Ind. — Richmond Symphony Orchestra’s 2022-23 period will aspect 5 candidates vying to come to be the orchestra’s fourth tunes director.

Each and every candidate will conduct just one performance, starting with Luke Frazier at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 17 in Civic Corridor Accomplishing Arts Center. Frazier is the founder and conductor of the American Pops Orchestra in Washington, D.C.

The RSO encourages viewers opinions about the conductors as they exhibit their management, personalities and musical tastes in the course of the assortment procedure.

Frazier, an professional pianist, selected a assortment of piano-impressed musical options for the software, in accordance to a information release. The pieces incorporate Mozart’s “Rondo alla Turca,” just one of his finest-regarded pieces, and a model of “The Richmond Rag” by early 1900s ragtime composer May perhaps Aufderheide, who lived nearly 4 decades in Richmond. Soloists will involve a pianist, vocalist and tap dancer.

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