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Ep 2 – If I Ever Walk in the Stars, It Will Be Like This

For this episode, we’ve paired Hung-Yun Chu’s performance of Schubert’s Impromptu op. 142 no. 3 with Barbara Mossberg, professor of literature at the University of Oregon. Later in the episode, we’ll hear from Lydia Van Dreel, principal horn with Orchestra Next and professor of horn at…

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Ep 1 – A Little Like Praying in Front of Somebody

For our first episode, we’ve paired our musicians with members of the Eugene community. Lisa McWhorter’s performance of Bach is unpacked by local artist Phyllis Helland. And Pius Cheung’s performance of his own Etude in e minor is discussed by Bill Harbaugh, professor of economics at the…

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Around the O: Music business fair connects students with industry insiders

https://around.uoregon.edu/content/music-business-fair-connects-students-industry-insiders-0

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Eugene Weekly: Keeping Score

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KLCC: Eugene Ballet & Orchestra NEXT To Perform Swan Lake

By LAUREN PURCELL-JOINER• NOV 6, 2019 https://www.klcc.org/post/eugene-ballet-orchestra-next-perform-swan-lake https://cpa.ds.npr.org/klcc/audio/2019/11/mcwhorter_mix_down.mp3

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DanceWatch: a big yes to November

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SAIL ON 2019

SAIL ON 2019

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Register Guard Review: ‘Firebird’ the star of a splendid evening of ballet

“The star of the evening was the premiere of Suzanne Haag’s “The Firebird,” with Igor Stravinsky’s music played live by Orchestra Next under the brilliant baton of Brian McWhorter leading 59 exceptional musicians.” https://www.registerguard.com/entertainmentlife/20190416/review-firebird-star-of-splendid-evening-of-ballet

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Register Guard: Eugene Ballet’s reimagined version of ‘The Firebird’ celebrates 40 years of dance

“Stravinsky’s score may provide the same perspective for dancers and the 63-person orchestra sweating the complex changes in a crowded pit. In addition to being the resident orchestra for the Eugene Ballet, Orchestra Next is a training orchestra, putting aspiring musicians alongside some of the…

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Oregon Arts Watch: Suzanne Haag plays with fire

Haag has also spent considerable time thinking about Igor Stravinsky’s score. “Having live music for any dance performance elevates the experience for both the audience and the performer. It turns a performance into a living, breathing thing.” Haag said about working with Orchestra Next conductor Brian McWhorter on selecting…

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