Honor Orchestra of America at the Music for All National Festival
2015 Music for All National Festival
March 12-14, Indianapolis, IN
University of Houston, Moores School of Music
Thorton School of Music, University of Southern California
2015 Program includes:
Alexander Grigori Arutiunian (1920-2012), Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra in A-flat major (1950)
Michael Martin (of the Boston Symphony Orchestra), solo trumpet
Ottorino Respighi (1879-1936), Feste romane (Roman festivals)
2015 Deadlines for String Players
- Application/auditions open March 15, 2014
- Audition recordings will be listened to and notification of acceptance status within 30 days of submission (per submission requirements below). If not accepted initially, applicants may resend new audition recording with no additional audition fee as long as received by the December 1 final deadline and section positions remain.
- Apply by November 1 to be considered for Livingston Honors Scholarships (see more info in the audition requirements).
- Final deadline to apply: December 1, 2014.
Honor Orchestra of America Highlights include:
- Opportunity to work under the baton of a world renowend conductor
- Written evaluation of auditions for all Honor Orchestra of America applicants
- Instrumental master classes with respected professionals
- Honor Orchestra member and family reception and party
- Personalized certificate, patch and exclusive Honor Orchestra of America member lapel pin
- DVD and CD recording of the Honor Orchestra of America Concert and group photograph
- Honor Orchestra of America members are eligible to be nominated for The Revelli Scholarship, a $1,000 scholarship awarded to a Music for All National Festival participating senior intending to study music performance or music education and pursue a career as a music educator
- Membership in an elite family that annually includes only a select number of the most outstanding musicians nationwide
Larry J. Livingston talks about music and finding the best in musicians!
Honor Orchestra of America Testimonials
Mindy Dauner, Orchestra Director, South H.S., NE
"At the first orientation meeting you said that our stay in Indianapolis would be a 'positively life-changing experience' â€“ and I was skeptical. I just wondered how playing in yet another orchestra would actually change my life. But by the end of Saturday, I realized that my life had been changed. I met other amazing players, had the opportunity to play with Mr. Livingston, and, of course, played Nimrod and the finale of Shostakovich 5. Nothing gets better than that. I look forward to auditioning for next yearâ€™s orchestra!"
Joy Mulhollan, Bass, Dobson H.S., AZ