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Introducing Enrico Lopez-Yañez, Omaha Symphony Conducting Fellow

The Omaha Symphony Conducting Fellowship is a new initiative developed for emerging conductors. A two-year appointment, the fellowship is designed to provide training and conducting opportunities for talented conductors with the Omaha Symphony. Enrico Lopez-Yañez was recently appointed the Conducting Fellow of the Omaha Symphony after completing his M.M. in Orchestral Conducting at the University of Maryland with Professor James Ross.

Register today to reserve your spot in our education programs!

With teachers preparing to head back to school, it is officially time to kick-off our 2015/16 season of education programs at the Omaha Symphony! Registration opens for all of our programs – Mission Imagination, Margre Durham Concerts for Youth, Link Up, Celebrate Creativity, and more – on August 5th, and requests are not anticipated to be in short supply.
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OWH: Omaha Symphony sees record attendance in 2014/2015 season

Close to 69,000 people attended symphony programs during the 2014-15 season, including the largest number of paying attendees (59,450) since the orchestra starting playing at the Holland Performing Arts Center a decade ago. Average attendance per concert was 1,369 — another record.

OWH: Symphony's season ends with big names

Don’t accuse the Omaha Symphony of rolling to a stop. The symphony closes out its 2014-15 season this weekend with a MasterWorks program simply titled “Beethoven and Brahms.”

"That's a Wrap" on 2014/15 Education Programs

Schools across the metro-area are now out for the summer, and that means the Omaha Symphony’s education season is officially coming to a close! It’s been a busy season including two all-new concert experiences in our trademark programs (Mission Imagination and Margre Durham Concerts for Youth), tour visits to Wakefield and Grand Island, Nebraska, our New Music Symposium: Fresh Ink with John Corigliano at KANEKO, and occurring this week, Educator as Maestro, our professional development program for area teachers.

THE READER: New sounds in the Old Market

The Old Market is certainly known as Omaha’s happening place. No surprise, then, that it’s a site for something new, entirely fresh: a concert on May 16 at Kaneko of music of today, works in progress, written by people still emerging into the light. They are composers in their mid-30s, whose studies continue even while their careers already show promise. They are the focus of Fresh Ink, a seven-year project fostered by the Omaha Symphony Orchestra dedicated to making sure such creations flourish and prosper.
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