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First instrumental performance of year to feature chamber orchestra

Submitted by mzuercher on Thu, 09/22/2022 - 12:28
Phillip Balzer and Peter Buller, oboes

Kris Hilding will direct Bethel's small orchestra in a concert Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 7 p.m. in Memorial Hall, featuring music by Hässler, Grøndahl, Thompson and Mozart.

This will be the first musical performance of the school year on campus since the Wind Ensemble concert scheduled for Sept. 19 had to be postponed.

The concert is free and open to the public with a freewill offering taken to support instrumental music at Bethel.

Chamber orchestra presents end-of-semester concert

Submitted by mzuercher on Wed, 04/13/2022 - 14:21
Kris Hilding directing the chamber orchestra

Bethel’s small orchestra will play its final concert of the semester tonight at 7:30 in Krehbiel Auditorium in Luyken Fine Arts Center.

It is free and open to the public, with a freewill offering taken to support the study and performance of music at Bethel.

Kris Hilding directs the chamber orchestra.

On the program are works by Victor Borge (arranged by Hilding), Georg Philipp Telemann, Josquin des Prez, Béla Bartók, Gor Hovhannisyan and Georges Bizet.

Chamber Orchestra will play Feb. 22 concert

Submitted by mzuercher on Mon, 02/21/2022 - 14:35
Kris Hilding and Bethel Chamber Orchestra violins

Bethel’s small orchestral ensemble will play tonight at 7:30 in Memorial Hall, under the direction of Kris Hilding, instructor of music, featuring works by Haydn, Satie and others.

The concert will feature Feldpartie is C by Franz Josef Haydn (arranged by Arne Dich), “Gnossiennes” by Eric Satie (arranged by Matthew Dakoutros), Madrigali a Cinque Voci by Mogens Pedersøn and “Sinfonia” from Il Casino de Campagna by Vincenzo Mela (arranged by Cilo Passilongo).

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