In Other News
It's been a busy few weeks! Here are a few of the stories that you might have missed:
- We've got a unique, Baltimore-themed seasonal playlist curated just for you by our own Music Director Jordan Randall Smith in Baltimore Magazine. Listen here.
- Second Inversion released a sneak peek of our latest album More. Read and listen here.
- We have some incredible new pages on our website. Check out our Call for Proposals, Rep Hub, and more.
About Symphony Number One
Symphony Number One is Baltimore's newest chamber orchestra, performing substantial works by emerging composers, beloved classics, and a twist of pop. Symphony Number One brings together great composers of the past, virtuoso performers of the present, and the leading compositional voices of the future, creating electrifying concert experiences for all of Baltimore.
Praised for presenting "full-length freshness on each program" by the Baltimore Sun, the orchestra was founded in 2015 by Music Director Jordan Randall Smith after recruiting a creative team of colleagues from the Peabody Conservatory: Nicholas Bentz, Sean Meyers, Melissa Lander, and Christopher Ciampoli. In one year's time, Symphony Number One has premiered new works of over a dozen composers, released two "must get" albums (available for purchase or download on Spotify & iTunes), and performed at Baltimore's inaugural Light City Festival. The orchestra was also highlighted in Baltimore STYLE as "brazen...like an indie rock band," featured on the acclaimed television show MPT Artworks, granted the "Category Buster" award by Baltimore Magazine and chosen as "Runner Up" for Baltimore's Best Band in this year's 2016 Best of Baltimore Reader's Poll.
Symphony Number One is a proud member of the Fall 2016 class of Baltimore Social Innovation Fellows.
Symphony Number One develops close working relationships with young and emerging composers, gives new works multiple hearings, produces substantial recordings, and creates unique concert experiences for the public by juxtaposing new music with the classical canon. Visit us on the web using the links below: