Photos by Omari Stephens
A student from the University of Vermont rocks out on top of a bike trailer during races on the University of Massachusetts-Amherst campus. The UMass cycling team hosted the races this past Saturday, Sept. 22.
Mauro C. Braunstein G (right) and Lisa M. Danz ’10 (left) play bass clarinet and bassoon, respectively, in “Alleluia,” a song played in memory of Herb Pomeroy.
Aseem Kishore ’08 wails during a trombone solo in “Tall Cotton,” also by Nestico.
Frederick E. Harris Jr. spiritedly conducts the Wind Ensemble through “Armenian Dances.”
Jason P. Rich G (left) and Sinan Keten G (right) play opposite Collin E. Johnson G’s baritone saxophone during a sax solo in “Pressure Cooker,” a song by Sammy Nestico.
Matthew J. Rosario ’10 plays the piano during “Dukãbãd,” the second song in a medley in memory of Pomeroy.
Roshini S. Zachariah ’09 (left) and Kaitlyn P. Becker ’09 (right) play flute during “Armenian Dances (Part 1),” by Alfred Reed.
New MITSO conductor Adam K. Boyles talks to the audience before Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, which was played by a subset of the orchestra. This past Friday, Oct. 26, MITSO performed a concert featuring pieces from Kevin Puts, Johann Sebastian Bach, Edward Elgar, and Sergei Rachmaninoff.
Ian C. Smith ’07 plays french horn during The Wand of Youth: Suite No. 1 by Sir Edward Elgar. The MIT Symphony Orchestra performed this past Friday, Oct. 26 with new conductor Adam K. Boyles. The concert featured pieces by Kevin Puts, Johann Sebastian Bach, Edward Elgar, and Sergei Rachmaninoff.
Tomina Parvanova tunes her harp during intermission at the MIT Symphony Orchestra performance this past Friday, Oct 26. Directed by MITSO’s new conductor, Adam K. Boyles, the concert featured pieces from Kevin Puts, Johann Sebastian Bach, Edward Elgar, and Sergei Rachmaninoff.<< First 1
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