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Television Feature

Saxophonist Sean Meyers solos with Symphony Number One. September, 2015.

Saxophonist Sean Meyers solos with Symphony Number One. September, 2015.

Symphony Number One was featured on TV! On June 23, Maryland Public Television aired portions of our second album, Emergencefeaturing the Andrew Boss Saxophone Concerto and performed by our Saxophonist and outgoing Executive Director, Sean Meyers. That broadcast is now available online. MPT Artworks is Maryland's "on-air arts salon," a fantastic arts program which regularly features local musicians in their closing credits. 

You can see where we were featured, beginning at 24:20 with host Rhea Feiken. Watch below!

Here are their show notes:

Co-Host: John Healey, Weinberg Center for the Arts. The celebration of the 150th anniversary of Alice in Wonderland with Lewis Carroll’s original manuscript, illustration and diaries. Leaping beyond the strict techniques of ballet with the Cirio Collective. Hollywood legend Cecil B. DeMille, the master of the spectacular. Also, a portrait painter & the gesture of personality

POPUP EXHIBIT
Joan Konkel
Wall Sculpture, Mixed Media
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CLOSING MUSIC
Symphony Number One
"Saxophone Concerto" from the album Emergence
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Symphony Number One released Emergence earlier this year. You can download via iTunes, stream in Spotify, or purchase the CD from Amazon, below: 

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SYMPHONY NUMBER ONE is Baltimore's newest chamber orchestra, dedicated to performing and promoting substantial works by emerging composers. Led by Music Director Jordan Randall Smith, SYMPHONY NUMBER ONE brings together great composers of the past, virtuoso performers of the present, and the leading compositional voices of the future.

Symphony Number One is Baltimore's Newes Chamber Orchestra, devoted to substantial works by emerging composers.