Friday Music Series: New Orchestra of Washington

The New Orchestra of Washington makes music relevant to new generations of audiences through virtuosic performances representing diverse genres, with fresh interpretations of classic works. Unconstrained by the structure or repertoire of traditional orchestras, the DC-based ensemble was founded in 2012 and programs inspiring, memorable concerts that are neither strictly classical nor purely academic. Program includes the East Coast premiere of Georgetown University Music Program Professor Joel Friedman's When the World Disintegrates Before Your Eyes for solo viola, John B. Hedges' Clarinet Sonatina "Gumbo" (2008), and Mozart's "Kegelstatt" Trio in E-flat, K498. 

Georgetown University's Friday Music Series features acclaimed artists in free concerts on Friday afternoons on Georgetown's main campus.



Friday, September 25, 2015 at 1:15pm

McNeir Auditorium
37th and O St., N.W., Washington

Event Type

Arts, Music, Community


Georgetown College, Performing Arts




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Filipe Pereira De Jesus Flores

Filipe Pereira De Jesus Flores left a positive review 9/25/2015

Great activity, new and classical perspectives of music. It is important to have such artistic gatherings during the semester. I hope to attend them as much as possible. Congratulations to the organizers and musicians.