Kalamazoo Symphony http://wmuk.org en KSO Maestro Harvey Lands Texas Job http://wmuk.org/post/kso-maestro-harvey-lands-texas-job <p><a href="http://www.kalamazoosymphony.com/">Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra</a> maestro Raymond Harvey will be spending part of his year in Texas. The Symphony says Harvey has accepted a position as music director of the <a href="http://www.uh.edu/class/music/opera/index.php">Moores Opera Center</a> at the University of Houston. He'll also be an associate professor of music at the university.</p><p>Harvey will conduct up to four operas each year and will also work with students.</p><p>He'll begin his 16th season as the Kalamazoo Symphony's music director in September.</p> Fri, 20 Jun 2014 11:31:17 +0000 Andrew Robins 15212 at http://wmuk.org KSO Maestro Harvey Lands Texas Job Executive director Peter Gistelinck positive on KSO's potential http://wmuk.org/post/executive-director-peter-gistelinck-positive-ksos-potential <p></p><p>The former executive director of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Peter Gistelinck&nbsp;draws upon a lifetime of musical experience.&nbsp;</p> Thu, 05 Jun 2014 16:43:21 +0000 Cara Lieurance 14841 at http://wmuk.org Executive director Peter Gistelinck positive on KSO's potential Soloists acknowledge their roots with KSO's 'A Night of Musical Promise' http://wmuk.org/post/soloists-acknowledge-their-roots-ksos-night-musical-promise <p>Pianist <a href="http://www.alpinhong.com/">Alpin Hong</a> and violinist <a href="http://www.atlantasymphony.org/About/Artists/ASO-Musicians/Jun-Ching-Lin.aspx">Jun-Ching Lin</a> are the featured soloists in a free collaborative concert this Thursday called&nbsp;<em><a href="http://www.kalamazoosymphony.com/article.php?menu_id=3&amp;page_id=102&amp;news_id=1&amp;article_id=51">A Night of Musical Promise</a>,&nbsp;</em>which will include over 170 young performers who participate in a variety of regional music programs.&nbsp;</p> Wed, 01 May 2013 21:19:22 +0000 Cara Lieurance 4696 at http://wmuk.org Soloists acknowledge their roots with KSO's 'A Night of Musical Promise' Fortune, love, springtime: Kimberly Dunn Adams on Carmina Burana http://wmuk.org/post/fortune-love-springtime-kimberly-dunn-adams-carmina-burana <p></p><p>Last September <a href="http://www.wmich.edu/music/directory/adams">Dr. Kimberly Dunn Adams</a>, director of choral activities at Western Michigan University, began, step by step, to lead a chorus of over 100 singers through the intricacies of Carl Orff's&nbsp;<em>Carmina Burana.&nbsp;</em>A mid-20th&nbsp;century classic, it's a setting of of Latin and medieval German poetry on life, fate, food, and love with an unforgettable opening, 'O Fortuna,' adopted by movies and television soundtracks to evoke awe and power.&nbsp;</p> Wed, 17 Apr 2013 22:09:44 +0000 Cara Lieurance 4207 at http://wmuk.org Fortune, love, springtime: Kimberly Dunn Adams on Carmina Burana