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  • The Eugene Symphony completes the three-part exploration of its Soundwaves virtual concert series by showcasing the string orchestra pieces performed last…
  • Audio for this program is no longer available, but there's a new episode on the way... stay tuned for details! KLCC is once again partnering with the…
  • The Eugene Symphony continues a three-part exploration of its Soundwaves virtual concert series by showcasing a few of the string orchestra pieces…
  • The Eugene Symphony begins a three-part exploration of its Soundwaves virtual concert series by showcasing a few of the string orchestra pieces performed…
  • This episode of the Eugene Symphony on the air focuses on the Eugene Symphony's February 2022, concert, which included a partnership with the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. We’ll talk to visual artist Julia Oldham, guest violist Roberto Diaz, and Music Director & Conductor Francesco Lecce-Chong, alongside excerpts from the February concert.
  • This episode focuses on two premieres we presented last season, First Symphony Project Composer Matt Browne’s “The Course of Empire” from our May 26 concert and Portland-based composer David Schiff’s “PREFONTAINE”, which saw its world premiere at our June 4 concert.
  • Daniel Cho, HostLibby Larsen, ComposerFrancesco Lecce-Chong, Artistic Director & ConductorLibby Larsen — Deep Summer Music, excerptsFlorence Price — Piano Concerto in D Minor in One Movement, excerptsRachmaninov — Symphonic Dances, excerptsIn Episode 1, we’ll dive deeper into last season’s Opening Night concert, interviewing composer Libby Larsen and our Music Director & Conductor Francesco Lecce-Chong while we listen to excerpts from the September 23, 2021, concert.Experience the lush sounds of Libby Larsen’s Deep Summer Music, reminiscent of ripening crops that blaze with color. Then, you’ll hear Florence Price’s lyrical Piano Concerto, played by the dynamic Michelle Cann. Finally, Sergei Rachmaninov’s Symphonic Dances remind us of what we’ve all been missing – the incomparable power and joy of orchestral music at its best.
  • Scott Freck, Executive Director of the Eugene Symphony, hosts an hour-long radio program on KLCC that takes an in-depth look at Eugene Symphony's October…
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