We are very pleased with our open-air concert this summer and happily want to announce our upcoming concerts at the beginning of October. On the 3rd of October we will perform a number of smaller pieces in the “Brahmssaal” in Heidelberg. We are very happy to welcome our soloist, Lara Schomann! She studies Tuba in Mannheim (Prof. Heimann) and is an extraordinary musician.
Franz Schubert, “The Unfinished”
Aaron Copland, Fanfare for the Common Man
Aaron Copland, Appalachian Spring
Ralph Vaughan-Williams, Tuba-Concerto (Soloist: Lara Schomann)
Richard Strauss, Serenade for Windinstruments (Bläserserenade)
Looking for new members!
With the next semester coming up, we are looking for new members to join our orchestra!
You can’t wait? We might have something for you: Our Autumn-Project! (15.09. – 03.10.)
For this project we are especially looking for violas, violins and a pianist. You can find more information about it here.
Despite the current COVID-19 epidemic we would be glad to welcome new members and are planning to conduct rehearsals and a Concert in the coming semester!
In particular, we are looking for viola-, trombone- and double bass players. But all other Instrumentalists are encouraged to apply!
Here you can find more information.
We are a large symphonic orchestra, characterized by ambitious rehearsals, demanding musical programs and inspiring concerts. The orchestra consists primarily of students in the Heidelberg/Mannheim region.
Since winter semester 2020 Olivier Pols is its conductor.
More information on the orchestra and its conductor can be found in here.
3. October 2021 | 18:00 Uhr
13. October 2021 | 19:45 Uhr
First rehearsal WS 21/22 (in the "Hochschule für Kirchenmusik")
21. October 2021 | 19:45 Uhr
Recitals and second rehearsal (in the "Pädagogische Hochschule Heidelberg")
5. - 7. November 2021
First rehearsal-weekend in Moosbach
28. - 30. January 2022
Second rehearsal-weekend in Heidelberg
1. February 2022 | 19:45 Uhr
Last rehearsal before "run-through"
25.07.: After some doubts because of the weather we are so glad the open-air concert worked out perfectly in the end! So we are already pretty stoked to conduct another project in Autumn. We will work in smaller ensembles and will perform a variety of different pieces in the "Brahms Saal" in Heidelberg.
If you are interested in joining us you can find all the important information over at "Orchestra".
08.07.: Saturday, 10th of July we will be performing an open-air concert in the "Pädagogische Hochschule" in Heidelberg, starting at six o' clock in the evening and featuring our current programme including Dvoraks 9th symphony. Tickets can be purchased online for 15€/9€ – just send a short message to Aurelia.
02.06.: During the last weeks, the Pandemic in Germany has notably lost its momentum and seems to be halting. These recent developments enabled us to start rehearsing again and when the first sounds started filling the concert hall we all knew what exactly it was we were missing all this time.
During the remaining summer semester, we will be working on Dvoraks 9th symphony "From the new world" and Mussorgsky's "Night on bald mountain". We are happy to continue working together with Olivier Pols, our conductor. He helped us tremendously in these difficult times and was very enthusiastic about starting rehearsals again.
We also want to thank the "Pädagogische Hochschule Heidelberg" for the never-ending support and the possibility to use their concert hall for rehearsals. We also wouldn’t stand where we are now if it weren’t for the long-standing sponsorship of the "Heidelberger Volksbank" and the support of all the other friends of our orchestra.
Currently, we are working on an open-air concert in the middle of July. As soon as we know for certain you will hear from us.
Let’s go ahead and make music again!
A small excerpt of last semester's program! Even though we could not meet in person, we desperately wanted to make music. So we had no other choice than to do an online project!
A huge thank you to Daniel and all the other musicians for making this project happen!