Sincere gratitude for a wonderful concert!

On the 12th of July our summer concert took place for the last time for now in the Stadthalle Heidelberg. But that's not all: additionally, the concert has been our farewell to our conductor Jesko Sirvend after ten memorable years of fruitful cooperation. We therefore chose an extraordinary and exciting program, having performed Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Symphony No. 40 in g minor, Leonard Bernstein's Halil for solo flute, string orchestra and percussion, and finally Richard Strauss's Eine Alpensinfonie.
Our soloist was Ayla Emanet, which we were all very pleased about.
We cordially thank everybody that supported us in realizing this concert in the Stadthalle Heidelberg and enjoyed the great musical evening with us!

Looking for new members to play Wagner, Brahms and Mahler!

Starting on October 9th, 2019, we will rehearse our next program. This time we are going to play Siegfried's Death from Richard Wagner's "Götterdämmerung", the concert for violin and orchestra by Johannes Brahms with Friedemann Breuninger as a soloist, and the first Symphony by Gustav Mahler.

As always with a novel, beginning semester, we are pleased by everyone that is willing to actively rehearse the aforementioned program together with us. Further information on us, on our new conductor, on the tryout rehearsal and auditions can be found here.

Change of conductor

After ten years of working together with our former conductor, Jesko Sirvend, we finally part ways. No one else has shaped our orchestra as much as he did in this time. The summer semester 2019 represented our last semester together. We are very thankful for his engagement during this time!
Commencing in the winter semester 2019/20, Olivier Pols is our new conductor. We are very much looking forward to working with him.
More information on both conductors can be found in the orchestra section.