Clarinet

Kalamazoo Symphony Presents Passionate Works by Leshnoff and Mahler; Music Director Julian Kuerti Returns to Conduct

Soloist Georgiy Barisov, Principal Clarinet and Artist in Residence
3/7/2019

KALAMAZOO, Mich., Mar. 7, 2019 – The Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra’s exploration of fifth symphonies continues Saturday, March 9, with “Symphony No. 5 in C-sharp minor,” by Gustav Mahler. The concert opens with the “Clarinet Concerto ‘Nekudim,’” by modern American composer Jonathan Leshnoff (JonathanLeshnoff.com), featuring KSO Principal Clarinet and Artist in Residence, Georgiy Borisov, as soloist. KSO Music Director, Julian Kuerti, will conduct the orchestra.

Tags: Clarinet, concert, Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra, kso, Kuerti, Leshnoff, mahler

KSO Ensembles Present "Winter Evening" - Classics Uncorked, at the KIA, Jan. 26th and Classics On Tap, At Bell's, Jan. 27th

1/10/2018

Kalamazoo, MI January 10, 2018 – The Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra presents the first two concert pairings in its popular chamber series—Classics Uncorked and Classics On Tap. KSO’s classics concerts feature an evening of chamber music favorites played by smaller ensembles of orchestra musicians. The concerts in the KSO’s Classics Series allow patrons to become better acquainted with classical music and KSO musicians in a more social and relaxed atmosphere.

Tags: Bell's Eccentric Cafe, BTSQ, Burdick Thorme String Quartet, Clarinet, classics on tap, classics uncorked, Daniel Brier, George Walker, Georigiy Borisov, Johannes Brahms, kalamazoo institute of arts, KIA, piano, Reiko Yamada, Ron Merlino, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, sommelier, Violin