Concert String Orchestra News

September 13, 2018

Hello CSO! I am excited to be working with you on what I think are three really great pieces for the November 11th concert! Please print parts as needed and lets get to work!  -Rob Rempher read more »

August 2, 2018

Thursday, August 2, 2018 Dear Concert String Orchestra Students, The following are excerpts for the upcoming leadership auditions for violins, violas, cellos, and bass students for the CSO.  Applicants will be judged by their musicality, steady tempo, solid intonation, rhythm,... read more »

April 7, 2018

It was an incredibly difficult decision as everyone who auditioned had something unique and wonderful to contribute, but after much deliberation I have decided to award the solos for the May concert to: Roger Brooks, cello Iris Newlin, violin Congratulations and I... read more »

March 11, 2018

Auditions for the cello and violin solos in Bachianas Brasileiras will take place during CSO rehearsal on April 7th. I hope to hear some highly polished auditions that day! read more »

March 11, 2018

Hello CSO! Here are all the parts for the Mozart and the Villa-Lobos. Please print as needed. Youtube links to performances can be found here: Villa-Lobos Mozart Symphony 25 Please... read more »

November 28, 2017

Welcome back from Thanksgiving break! I hope everyone is recharged and ready to go! Below you will find all the music for the March, 2018 concert. Print as needed and lets learn some notes! read more »

October 20, 2017

Thank you all for your hard work so far this semester! We are nearing our November concert and it is a very important one. It is the Duke University String School’s 50th anniversary! Dorothy Kitchen will be in attendance, and as a special treat we will be performing her arrangement of the Orange... read more »

August 9, 2017

Dear Concert String Orchestra Students, The following are excerpts for the upcoming leadership auditions for violins, violas, cellos, and bass students for the CSO.  Leaders need to abide by the attendance policy and set a good example to the other orchestra members with their preparation, posture... read more »

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