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The Monocacy Chamber Orchestra was founded in 2007 by Paul Salerni. The orchestra combines emerging and experienced musicians from the Lehigh Valley in order to give lively concerts that include accepted and new masterpieces for chamber orchestra. Soloists for the concerts are chosen from members of the orchestra. In its three seasons, the Monocacy has given seven concerts under the baton of Artistic Director Paul Salerni, Principal Guest Conductor Donald Spieth, and Guest Conductor Eugene Albulescu. With Donald Spieth and Guest Conductor Jung-Ho Pak at the helm, it also served as the orchestra for Operas on Operas, a presentation of two-one act operas that featured Salerni’s Tony Caruso’s Final Broadcast. Under Donald Spieth’s direction, it was the featured orchestra on a CD of Salerni’s compositions and arrangements entitled Dances and Fables.

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