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INDIANA UNIVERSITY PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

Dubbed the Philharmonic Orchestra in 1950, the premier orchestra of the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music has performed at Carnegie Hall and at the opening of the Bastille Opera House in Paris, among other venues. Averaging 95 members, the ensemble has appeared under Leonard Bernstein, James DePreist, David Effron, Arthur Fagen, Stefan Lano, Kurt Masur, Gerard Schwarz, Robert Shaw, Stanisław Skrowaczewski, Leonard Slatkin, Michael Stern, Franz Welser-Möst, Thomas Wilkins, Xian Zhang, Gerhardt Zimmermann, and many other leading maestros. Lukas Foss conducted the IU Philharmonic in a 1987 concert at the Kennedy Center with cellist and Indiana University faculty member János Starker, pianist Byron Janis, baritone Sherrill Milnes, and bass Paul Plishka. Joseph McClellan, music critic for The Washington Post, wrote “at its best…the concert reached the highest levels of performing art.”

Indiana University Philharmonic Orchestra

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