Tomas Svoboda
CONCERTO for Marimba & Orchestra
[25 orchestras - 23 conductors - 37 performances]

Svoboda photo.
* Photo © 2009 Oregon Symphony Orchestra

CONCERTO for Marimba & Orchestra, Op.148 (1995)
[25:48] (98p.) (TCS-65)
Instr.: Marimba solo/3232/4331/Timp/2pc(1 poss.)/Hp/Cel/Pno/Strings.
Parts on rental
Score (8.5x12): $51.00 USD
* See Marimba/Piano reduction score on the "Percussion Works" page.

* Grammy Award Nomination (2003) *
"Best Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance With Orchestra"
James DePreist, cond.; Niel DePonte, marimba; Oregon Symphony [ Albany Records ]

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* Audio mp3 clips from Grammy nominated Oregon Symphony CD.

** Video YouTube performance: Brno Philharmonic with students from the Janáček Academy of Music; Kristýna Karchová (marimba); Maros Potokar (cond.).

* Orchestras and Conductors *
INTERNATIONAL
Brno Philharmonic (Czech Republic)
(w. Janácek Academy of Music musicians)
    Maros Potokar
    Kristyna Karchová [mar.]
Central Aichi Symphony Orchestra (Japan)
    Chosei Komatsu
    Sayaka Mase [mar.]
Conservatory of Music of Quebec (Canada)
    Gilles Auger
    Charles-Alexis Côté [mar.]
Costa Rica National Orchestra (Costa Rica)
    Marvin Araya
    Nanae Mimura [mar.]
Guatemala National Symphony (Guatemala)
    Marvin Araya
    Nanae Mimura [mar.]
Univ. of Toronto Symphony (Canada)
    Victor Feldbrill
    Graham Hargrove [mar.]

ALASKA [ Top ↑ ]
Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra (AK)
    Gordon Wright
    Cayenna Ponchione [mar.]

CALIFORNIA [ Top ↑ ]
Bakersfield Symphony Orchestra (CA)
    John Farrer
    Nanae Mimura [mar.]
Calif. State Univ. - Sacramento Symphony (CA)
    Leo Eylar
    Daniel Kennedy [mar.]
San Francisco Concerto Orchestra (CA)
    Mary Chun
    Luanne Warner [mar.]

COLORADO [ Top ↑ ]
Colorado Springs Symphony (CO)
    Daniel Hege
    Neil DePonte [mar.]

CONNECTICUT [ Top ↑ ]
Norwalk Symphony (CT)
    Diane Wittry
    Naoko Takada [mar.]

FLORIDA [ Top ↑ ]
Florida State University Sym. (FL)
    Alexander Jiménez
    John W. Parks IV [mar.]

ILLINOIS [ Top ↑ ]
NIU Philharmonic (Northern Illinois Univ.) (IL)
    Stephen Squires
    Elizabeth DeLamater [mar.]

KANSAS [ Top ↑ ]
Kansas State Univ. Symphony (KS)
    David Littrell
    Grant Whitcomb [mar.]

MICHIGAN [ Top ↑ ]
Central Michigan Univ. Symphony (MI)
    Carlton Woods
    Patrick Estvold [mar.]

MISSOURI [ Top ↑ ]
St. Joseph Symphony Orchestra (MO)
    Deborah Freedman
    Luanne Warner [mar.]

MONTANA [ Top ↑ ]
Bozeman Symphony Orchestra (MT)
    Matthew Savery
    Jeffrey Vick [mar.]
Univ. of Montana Symphony (MT)
    Joseph Henry
    Mark Schummer [mar.]

OREGON [ [ Top ↑ ]
Oregon Symphony Orchestra (OR)
    James DePreist
    Neil DePonte [mar.]
Univ. of Oregon Symphony (OR)
    Wayne Bennett
    Brenda S. Lauffenberger [mar.]

TEXAS [ Top ↑ ]
Midland-Odessa Symphony & Chorale (TX)
    Robert E. Hunt
    Sharon Hickox [mar.]

VIRGINIA [ Top ↑ ]
Shenandoah Conservatory Symphony (VA)
    Jan Wagner
    Jared Robertson [mar.]

WASHINGTON [ Top ↑ ]
Walla Walla Symphony Orchestra (WA)
    Yaacov Bergman
    Neil DePonte [mar.]

WYOMING [ Top ↑ ]
Wyoming Symphony (WY)
    Matthew Savery
    Neeraj Mehta [mar.]

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