Binghamton Philharmonic Announces 2021-2022 season

The Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra has announced the return of concerts for its 2021-2022 season in a press conference. The Orchestra also announced their new executive director, Paul Cienniwa. Daniel Heige, the Music Director of the Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra, presented the sponsors and performances that will take place for this season.

The Philharmonic also had sponsors give speeches on their relationship with the Binghamton Philharmonic and how they will contribute to helping the orchestra with this upcoming season. The music director stated that the orchestra will play music from composers such as Mozart, Rachmaninoff, Mendelssohn, Jessie Montgomery, Stacy Garrop, Vivian Fung. There will also be concerts featuring musical genres of rock and pop.

Here are the upcoming concerts at the Binghamton Philharmonic:

Bassoonist Melissa Kritzer Wednesday, July 28 at 12p.m.

Cellist Hakan Tayga Wednesday August 4 at 12p.m.

Summer Chamber Music: trio pastorale with Principal Clarinet Paul Cho, Second Oboe Amelia Merriman, and Second Bassoon Melissa Kritzer Saturday August 14 at 5p.m. and Sunday August 15 at 3p.m.

Summer Chamber Music: Unanimous Four with Concertmaster Uli Speth, Assistant Principal Cello Michael Newman, Principal Clarinet Paul Cho, and Principal Piano Tomoko Kanamaru. 

You can check out the video of the press conference here.

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