For the first time in 116 years, the Philadelphia Orchestra will…

carol jantsch

… perform a tuba concerto.

It’s by Michael Daugherty. The solost is Carol Jantsch. Noseda conducts.

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  • Awesome. I’m always delighted when an orchestra features one of its own as soloist, especially a fairly non-traditional solo instrument. It’s a good departure from the over-reliance on pianists, violinists and cellists as soloists, and it’s important for orchestras to make their public aware just how good their players are. I’m sure she’ll blow everyone away.

  • I’m told she auditioned for the Philly tuba chair playing the Khachaturian Violin Concerto while still finishing college. She’s phenomenal!

    • Have no fear, Sir. The Philly Orchestra’s esteemed Principal Double Bassist Harold Robinson has appeared with them on numerous occasions.

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