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UCLA’s Philharmonia Releases Its first Commercial CD With The Music of Eric Zeisl

October 21st, 2013 · No Comments

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1. Zeisl CD Release

The UCLA Philharmonia is pleased to announce the release of UCLA Philharmonia?s first commercial CD celebrating the music of Eric Zeisl. Released by the Yarlung Records label on September 24, 2013, the album showcases three never-before recorded works for orchestra by Austrian composer Eric Zeisl conducted by Neal Stulberg and featuring cellist and UCLA Professor Antonio Lysy. The CD is available now on amazon.com, iTunes and other retail outlets and may also be accessed via Naxos Music Library.

On Sunday, October 6, 2013 we celebrated the CD?s release with a special event at the Brentwood home of Sarah and Peter Mandell. Live performances of Zeisl?s music were given by Professors Neal Stulberg and Antonio Lysy along with DMA Violin Candidate Ambroise Aubrun. In attendance were members of UCLA Philharmonia, supporters of UCLA Arts and many individuals involved with the project including Yarlung Records producer and owner Bob Attiyeh.

2. October 17 Opening Concert

UCLA Philharmonia’s Opening Concert on Thursday, October 17, 2013 was a profound success. The orchestra, with many new members, performed a demanding and masterful program featuring Mendelssohn Symphony No. 4 and Bartok Concerto for Orchestra. Schoenberg Hall was packed with an enthusiastic audience that gave the orchestra multiple ovations throughout the evening. The concert kicked off an exciting season of performances, recordings and special events. Visit http://www.uclaorchestras.com/ for more about UCLA Philharmonia and don’t forget to Like Us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/uclaphilharmonia

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