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Had a wonderful time performing with these guys at last night’s Fairfax Symphony concert.
Practicing Mozart K 488 for my concert tomorrow with the Fairfax Symphony and Christopher Zimmerman tomorrow. So lovely to play again with old friends!
"Classical fans rejoice! Live music is back, and a busy spring season is in full bloom." - Washington Post Style

That includes Simone Dinnerstein with the Fairfax Symphony on April 23. 🎟️ bit.ly/3txrPDJ
NOVEC is proud to support music and arts in the community we serve with Fairfax Symphony! #community #givingback
Introducing trumpeter and educator Dr. Luke Spence, trumpet - his debut solo album "20th Century Art Songs" is coming in January!

Based in Baltimore, MD, Dr. Luke Spence enjoys a career performing and teaching the DMV metropolitan area. He is on faculty at both Frostburg State University and Frederick Community College, serves as second trumpet of the Washington Chamber Orchestra, and is a member of the award-winning chamber group Anima Brass.

As a freelance orchestral musician, he can be heard performing regularly with groups including the Fairfax Symphony, Lancaster Symphony Orchestra, Reading Symphony Orchestra, Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra, Washington Opera Society, and the New Orchestra of Washington. Outside of mainstream classical music, Spence has performed with Baltimore and Washington D.C. theatre companies, toured with the Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra, played on period instruments with the Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble, and performed world premieres by living composers with groups such as Stage Free and the District New Music Coalition. In recent years he has performed at The Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center, toured across the U.S., Europe, and China, and was a featured soloist with the Washington Sinfonietta. For more information on Dr. Spence please visit his website: www.lukespencetrumpet.com.
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Experience this timeless holiday classic as The Fairfax Ballet dances to Tchaikovsky’s score performed live by the Fairfax Symphony. This performance is special…as one of the only Nutcracker performances in the DC area with live musical accompaniment! Learn more here: https://www.fairfaxsymphony.org/december-18-19-nutcracker

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NOVEC is proud to support the arts in the community we serve! Thanks for the shoutout, Fairfax Symphony! 🎶🎶
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The Fairfax Symphony Orchestra (FSO) launched its 2021-2022 season at the stunning new Capital One Hall, featuring internationally acclaimed cellist Amit Peled. Led by Maestro Christopher Zimmerman, this is the Symphony's first performance since the pandemic began. The orchestra commenced with Leonard Bernstein's Three Dance Episodes from "On the Town," a musical that has won multiple Tony Awards since its Broadway debut in 1944, and followed with Bernstein's "Take Care of this House."

Guest cellist Amit Peled gave a dramatic and riveting performance of French composer Sait-Saens' Cello Concerto No. 1, widely considered to be one of the best cello concertos of all time. The beauty of the piece allows the solo instrument to hit all registers, highlighting it even amidst an entire orchestra. As such, Peled commanded a strong musical presence with great energy and expressiveness on his cello.

This is Peled's fourth collaboration with the FSO. "Playing with the Fairfax Symphony has always been special... it truly felt like coming home. Moreover, the ability to create live music with my friends and colleagues in such difficult times in our world was truly meaningful," remarked the cellist. "The new Capital One Hall is a magnificent cultural center addition to the D.C. area. A beauty and an artistic wonder, it will surely be a home for many magical, musical moments," said Peled.

With fanfare, the Symphony closed its debut with Beethoven's Symphony No. 7, esteemed by the composer himself as "one of his best works." The famous second movement, Allegretto, has often been used in pop culture during climactic moments -- including Hollywood films "The King's Speech" and "X-Men: Apocalypse."

"This is the very first concert by a Fairfax County Arts Organization (ArtsFairfax) and the FSO is honored to be the first one to debut there,” said Jonathan Kerr, executive director of the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra.

As for the future, the FSO is optimistic in returning to perform at the newly opened concert hall, said Kerr. "Certainly as we are slowly coming out of the pandemic with concerts reopening and having an opportunity to do that… we have fewer events this year, but we hope for next year as things continue to improve, that we’ll have many more."
Saint Saens last night with the wonderful Fairfax Symphony at the new glorious Capital One Hall Special to perform this concerto on the composer’s birthday!!! Next stop is Dvorak concerto with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra and Jose Luis Gomez #carrythehellon

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Thrilled to return to live music tonight at Fairfax Symphony Orchestra presents Saint-Saëns & Beethoven and the debut of ArtsFairfax programs at the brand new Capital One Hall. Beautiful performances by the Fairfax Symphony and their guest performer Amit Peled. Especially honored to be invited to welcome the audience, and to share the evening with my classical music aficionado dad.

Renowned in U.S. as a premier orchestra, we provide diverse, classical music experiences, with innovative education programs serving Fairfax County, Virginia, the Washington, DC region, and beyond.

Founded in 1957, the FSO's been hailed as "the pride of Fairfax County." The orchestra explores the classical symphonic repertoire, both traditional and modern, during its annual concert seasons and through successful education and outreach programs.

Operating as usual

Photos from Fairfax Symphony's post 05/14/2022

It's tonight...join us at 8pm at GMU Center for the Arts in Fairfax, VA for a grand season finale with this amazing line-up of stars! ❤️

05/13/2022

Sharing a sneak peek from last night's rehearsal of Beethoven Symphony no. 9... ❤️

How Did Beethoven Compose When He Was Deaf? We Asked Evelyn Glennie How She Feels Sound 05/13/2022

How Did Beethoven Compose When He Was Deaf? We Asked Evelyn Glennie How She Feels Sound

Beethoven wrote his famous 9th Symphony, with full orchestra, chorus, and soloists...though he would never hear it. Sharing this fascinating conversation with Dame Evelyn Glennie on Beethoven's magnificent feat.

Experience 's "Ode to Joy" -- one of the greatest works ever written -- Sat. 5/14 at 8pm at George Mason University >> FairfaxSymphony.org

How Did Beethoven Compose When He Was Deaf? We Asked Evelyn Glennie How She Feels Sound Scottish multi-percussionist Evelyn Glennie has been profoundly deaf since she was 12 years old. We asked her how someone who is deaf can "hear" with their whole body.

Beethoven 9 - Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Riccardo Muti 05/06/2022

Beethoven 9 - Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Riccardo Muti

On May 7, 1824, Beethoven shared his 9th Symphony with the world even though he could never hear it. Nearly 200 years later...experience Beethoven’s most glorious & jubilant masterpiece >> Sat. May 14 at 8pm at GMU

For tickets, visit FairfaxSymphony.org

Featuring members of Morgan State University & Morgan State University Choir, the Fairfax Choral Society, plus... our guest soloists:

Danielle Talamantes, soprano
Daryl Freedman, Mezzo-Soprano
Cameron Schutza - Tenor
Mark S. Doss, bass-baritone

You'll also experience the regional premiere of composer Jonathan Leshnoff's moving and meaningful, Symphony No. 4 "Heichalos."

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https://youtu.be/rOjHhS5MtvA?t=3464

Beethoven 9 - Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Riccardo Muti On May 7, 1824, Beethoven shared his 9th Symphony with the world even though he could never hear it. On May 7, 2015 celebrate the anniversary of Beethoven’s ...

Violins of Hope | Leshnoff Symphony No. 4 05/05/2022

Violins of Hope | Leshnoff Symphony No. 4

On May 14, we are honored to present the regional premiere of an important work by composer, Jonathan Leshnoff. His Symphony No. 4, "Heichalos" was originally composed and premiered for The Violins of Hope--instruments played by the Jewish people during the Holocaust.

According to Tim Smith of The Baltimore Sun, "Leshnoff's music can be boldly dissonant or hauntingly lyrical, wildly animated or intriguingly contemplative.”

Leshnoff says of his Symphony No. 4, inspired by "Heichalos Rabbasai"-- an ancient Jewish mystical text written approx. 2000 years ago. In his work, he has been exploring how to make "the transitions from music to enter into the spiritual realms." "I want the musicians to meditate on that phrase and who they love."

Experience Symphony No. 4 by Baltimore composer, Jonathan Leshnoff Saturday, May 14 at George Mason University Center for the Arts >>> FairfaxSymphony.org

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https://youtu.be/JVTe7vULhq8?t=53

Violins of Hope | Leshnoff Symphony No. 4 Buy / Stream: https://naxos.lnk.to/8559809IDThe Violins of Hope are a collection of restored instruments played by Jewish musicians during The Holocaust. In ...

Photos from Fairfax Symphony's post 05/02/2022

Don't miss these wonderful stars in our season finale program featuring the Regional Premiere of Baltimore composer, Jonathan Leshnoff's Symphony No. 4 "Heichalos" & Beethoven's "Ode to Joy" May 14 at 8PM at George Mason University!

Maestro Christopher Zimmerman will conduct our outstanding musicians, with guest soloists soprano, Danielle Talamantes Daryl Freedman, Mezzo-Soprano, Cameron Schutza - Tenor, and bass-baritone Mark S. Doss.

Plus....members of the Fairfax Choral Society and Morgan State University Choir join us on stage for what is sure to be a magnificent & memorable evening of music!

Learn more at www.FairfaxSymphony.org

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Fairfax Symphony performs Rachmaninoff: Symphony no. 2 at George Mason University Center 05/01/2022

Fairfax Symphony performs Rachmaninoff: Symphony no. 2 at George Mason University Center

Immense to all who were with us on April 23 for an incredible evening of music! Here's a short recording from the concert. Bravo to Maestro Zimmerman and our outstanding musicians performing Rachmaninoff's rapturous and romantic Symphony no. 2...enjoy! Join us Sat. May 14 for our final concert -- Beethoven's "Ode to Joy!"

Fairfax Symphony performs Rachmaninoff: Symphony no. 2 at George Mason University Center The Fairfax Symphony Orchestra, Christopher Zimmerman conductor, performed Rachmaninoff's rapturous and romantic Symphony no. 2 in a special co-presentation ...

Photos from Fairfax Symphony's post 04/30/2022

Award-winning bass-baritone, Mark S. Doss joins us May 14 for Beethoven's 9th "Ode to Joy" - experience this grand, season finale performance at Center for the Arts at George Mason University!

For tickets, visit FairfaxSymphony.org

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04/29/2022

Soprano Danielle Talamantes joins us May 14 at George Mason University for Beethoven's 9th... "With repertoire ranging from fiery fioritura to lush warmth and soaring crystalline heights, audiences are enchanted with her charismatic interpretations."

For tickets, visit FairfaxSymphony.org

Danielle Talamantes

Symphony No. 9 Op. 125 - Ludwig van Beethoven 'Historical Recording - Ferenc Fricsay, 1958' 04/29/2022

Symphony No. 9 Op. 125 - Ludwig van Beethoven 'Historical Recording - Ferenc Fricsay, 1958'

Look who's coming...May 14 at George Mason University! Join us for a grand season finale of Beethoven's 9th, featuring the Fairfax Choral Society & Morgan State University Choir!

For tickets, visit FairfaxSymphony.org

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https://youtu.be/gmr53Y7Pzh4?t=3007

Symphony No. 9 Op. 125 - Ludwig van Beethoven 'Historical Recording - Ferenc Fricsay, 1958' Symphony No. 9 Op. 125 - Ludwig van Beethoven 'Historical Recording - Feenc Fricsay, 1958'Composition Year: 1822-24First Performance: 1824-05-07 in Vienna, ...

Photos from Fairfax Symphony's post 04/28/2022

Fairfax Choral Society & Morgan State University Choir will join us on stage May 14 for Beethoven's magnificent 9th!

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See Beethoven’s ‘real’ face in artist’s 3D colourised portraits 04/23/2022

See Beethoven’s ‘real’ face in artist’s 3D colourised portraits

Incredible images of our great composers. We are thrilled to bring Beethoven's magnificent 9th to you on May 14!

See Beethoven’s ‘real’ face in artist’s 3D colourised portraits Beethoven – colourised and in 3D, as if he were alive today. This is photorealism at its finest...

Pianist Simone Dinnerstein performs in Fairfax 04/23/2022

Pianist Simone Dinnerstein performs in Fairfax

Great article by Fairfax County Times!

https://www.fairfaxtimes.com/arts_entertainment/pianist-simon-dinnerstein-performs-in-fairfax/article_668f840c-c19c-11ec-bee8-e365fd5ac675.html

Pianist Simone Dinnerstein performs in Fairfax Grammy-nominated artist will perform in collaboration with the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra

04/22/2022

Simone Dinnerstein & FSO Rehearse for 4/23 Concert at GMU!

Experience the amazing Simone Dinnerstein tomorrow at 8pm at GMU Center for the Arts in a thrilling program of Mozart's gorgeous Piano Concerto no. 23, Rachmaninoff's famous Symphony no. 2, and the regional premiere of "White Heron" by Robert Carl.

Join us for a thrilling night of music! For tickets, visit FairfaxSymphony.org

04/22/2022

Simone Dinnerstein "warming up" at last night's rehearsal at George Mason University Center for the Arts! Join us Sat. 4/23 when she joins us to perform Mozart: Piano Concerto no. 23 -->> www.FairfaxSymphony.org

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How a case of insomnia led to a Grammy nomination 04/12/2022

How a case of insomnia led to a Grammy nomination

Composer Richard Danielpour suffered with insomnia and anxiety at the height of the pandemic and found the piano playing of concert pianist Simone Dinnerstein was the only remedy.
So...he sent her a fan letter, but also asked if she'd collaborate on a new piece he was writing dedicated to those impacted by the pandemic. Dinnerstein, was out of work with her performances canceled, recorded the album "An American Mosaic" at her Brooklyn home. The album has had nearly 3 million downloads on , earning Dinnerstein a nomination!

On April 23... Fairfax Symphony presents pianist Simone Dinnerstein, in collaboration with the Center for the Arts at George Mason University -- experience her magnificent performance of Mozart's famous Piano Concerto no. 23 and more!

How a case of insomnia led to a Grammy nomination Stephanie Simon has more on the story.

Simone Dinnerstein, piano: J.S. Bach Inventions No. 1, 13 and 10 04/11/2022

Simone Dinnerstein, piano: J.S. Bach Inventions No. 1, 13 and 10

Join us Sat. April 23 when Fairfax Symphony presents pianist Simone Dinnerstein in a special co-presentation with the Center for the Arts at George Mason University. The Program includes Mozart Piano Concerto no. 23, Rachmaninoff: Symphony no. 2, and the Regional Premiere by composer Robert Carl of "White Heron" inspired by his time in the Keys.

Experience Simone Dinnerstein & a gorgeous evening of music!

https://youtu.be/ByhXM9AvnQo?t=37

Simone Dinnerstein, piano: J.S. Bach Inventions No. 1, 13 and 10 Colorado Public Radio Performance StudioMarch 21, 2014Simone Dinnerstein, pianoJ. S. Bach: Invention No. 1 in C Major, BWV 772J. S. Bach: Invention No. 13 in...

03/31/2022

Pianist Simone Dinnerstein to perform with the Fairfax Symphony - April 23 at 8pm at GMU Center for the Arts

Pianist Simone Dinnerstein joins us on 4/23 to perform Mozart's gorgeous Piano Concerto No. 23! Ms. Dinnerstein is currently nominated for a 2021 Grammy in the category of Best Classical Instrumental Solo -- we wish her our best on night!

Join us for a thrilling evening of music! You'll also experience Rachmaninoff's rapturous and romantic Symphony No. 2 -- plus the regional premiere of "White Heron, by composer Robert Carl.

Saturday April 23 at 8pm at George Mason University >> Reserve your seats now at https://www.fairfaxsymphony.org/april-23-simone-dinnerstein-mozart-rachmaninoff

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Photos from Fairfax Symphony's post 03/24/2022

Pianist Simone Dinnerstein, currently nominated for a 2021 Grammy Award in the category of Best Classical Instrumental Solo, will join us April 23 at 8pm at GMU.

Co-presented by Center for the Arts at George Mason University.

Heralded for her distinctive musical voice and commitment to sharing classical music with everyone, Dinnerstein will perform Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major, K. 488.

The program also includes Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 2 & the regional premiere of "White Heron" by composer Robert Carl inspired by time spent in Florida.

Be thrilled by a magnificent evening of music >>> www.FairfaxSymphony.org

03/22/2022

“lean, knowing, and unpretentious elegance” – The New Yorker 2021 Recording Academy / GRAMMYs Nominated Pianist Simone Dinnerstein is our soloist in Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major

April 23 at Center for the Arts at George Mason University
Conducted by Music Director Christopher Zimmerman
Co-Presented by Center for the Arts at George Mason University

Join us for an extraordinary evening of music! View the entire program >> https://www.fairfaxsymphony.org/april-23-simone-dinnerstein-mozart-rachmaninoff

03/17/2022

Program Update: On April 23 pianist, Simone Dinnerstein was originally scheduled to perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5. Due to a strained finger injury, she has adjusted her repertoire over the next few months to allow it to heal and will now perform Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 23 with the FSO.

Learn more about this exciting concert program:
https://www.fairfaxsymphony.org/april-23-simone-dinnerstein-mozart-rachmaninoff

03/14/2022

We performed the national anthem of Ukraine at our concert on March 12. Thank you to all who were with us.

‘Shche ne vmerla Ukrainas’ has just one verse and one chorus, though it is one of the world’s mightiest patriotic songs.

It was formally adopted less than three decades ago, following the country’s independence from the Soviet Union in 1991.

While formally known as the ‘State Anthem of Ukraine’, it also goes by its native title ‘Shche ne vmerla Ukrainy’, which translates into English as ‘Ukraine Has Not Yet Perished’.

Credit: Classic FM

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For more than 60 years, the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra has been presenting extraordinary symphonic music for our Northern Virginia/Washington, DC community, earning a reputation as one of the finest metropolitan orchestras in the country. From internationally renowned soloists to emerging classical musicians, the FSO is known for excellence in the performing arts.

Through our innovative, music education programs, our outstanding musicians and guest artists partner with teachers in Fairfax County Public Schools to bring music to hundreds of students to inspire creativity and learning through music.

FAIRFAX COUNTY ALL-STARS PROGRAM

Our Fairfax County All-Stars program provides personalized coaching and mentoring to students selected through a competitive audition process. The students then receive the unique opportunity to perform, side-by-side with the FSO at George Mason University Center for the Arts Concert Hall. The students learn valuable lessons on what it means to perform professionally.

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