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Sunday, May 15, 2016

at 3:00 PM



Stephen Moshman, conductor/music director



Brahms: Serenade No. 2 in A major, Op. 16

Dvorak: Serenade in D minor for Winds, Cello and Bass, Op. 44




About the orchestra:

The Albert Einstein Symphony Orchestra, now in its 33rd season, is composed largely of students, housestaff and faculty of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and its affiliated hospitals, as well as talented musicians from surrounding communities.  We regularly give four concerts a year, and perform works from the early Baroque through the 20th Century, from small chamber pieces to larger Romantic symphonies and concertos.  We also have done vocal music, including recent concert performances of Gilbert and Sullivan's Trial by Jury, Iolanthe, The Gondoliers, The Mikado, The Yeomen of the Guard, The Pirates of Penzance, Patience, Ruddigore and H.M.S. Pinafore.

Featured soloists with the Orchestra have included both local instrumentalists as well as noted musicians of international reputation.

About the conductor:

Dr. Stephen Moshman is a visiting Associate Professor of Medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Professor of Clinical Medicine at New York Medical College, and a full-time Attending Internist in the Department of Medicine at Westchester Medical Center.  Starting his musical life as a violinist, he developed an interest in conducting and composition early on, and founded and conducted the University of Rochester Baroque Ensemble while attending college there.  He has also composed a variety of orchestral and chamber works. The Albert Einstein Symphony Orchestra was organized by him in 1982. 


About the soloists:

Preview our schedule for this season:

Musicians interested in joining the orchestra:

  Location: Albert Einstein College of Medicine  -  Robbins Auditorium - Forchheimer Building  2nd Floor 1300 Morris Park Ave. (at Eastchester Rd.) -   Bronx, NY 10461  Handicap access is from the Morris Park entrance of the Florchheimer Building where elevators are available.

Admission: Our concerts are free, but a $10.00 minimum contribution would be most helpful to support ongoing efforts to provide music for everyone.


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