"A symbiosis of players and audience", The New York Times
Founded in New York City in 1976 by six musicians, the New Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra ("NASO") showcases emerging young conductors, soloists and composers.
NASO also pays tribute to seasoned artists by providing them with the opportunity to perform special programs in New York City. During the past 37 years, NASO has presented over 150 concerts in venues including Symphony Space, Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Fordham at Lincoln Center and the Riverside Church. Many young artists that NASO has featured in the early stages of their careers have become prominent in the music world including George Manahan, Music Director of the New York City Opera, pianist Ursula Oppens, cellist Colin Carr, guitarist Elliot Fisk, cellist Nathaniel Rosen, violinist Stephanie Chase, The Amadeus Trio, and The Quintet of the Americas.
We our proud to announce the New Amsterdam Symphony Orchestra's 37th anniversary season. Our Principal Conductor is Guerguan Tsenov, and he is accompanied by guest conductors Gemma New and Teresa Cheung [See the 2013-2014 Season]
Please attend our next concert of the 2013-2014 season:
Thursday, April 3rd, 2014 at 8pm
2537 Broadway at 95 Street
Guest Conductor: Gemma New
| Grieg || Holberg Suite, Op 40 |
| Tchaikovsky || Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 23, B flat Minor |
| Sibelius || Symphony No. 2, Op. 43, D Major |
Also, please note that our June program entitled "An American in Paris" has been postponed until June 5, 2015. (Save the date!) We are fortunate that Altoona Symphony Orchestra Music Director Teresa Cheung will conduct our Friday, June 6th concert this year. The program will feature Mahler's Totenfeier , a symphonic poem which later became the first movement of his Symphony No. 2 (Resurrection). This will be a NASO FIRST PERFORMANCE. A soloist and the remainder of the program will be announced shortly.