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Felicity James has been appointed associate concertmaster and Erich Rieppel has been appointed principal timpani. We look forward to seeing them onstage at Orchestra Hall soon! In addition to competing in numerous international violin competitions, she has appeared as soloist with orchestras all over the United States, including the Seattle Symphony under the direction of music director Ludovic Morlot.
She starts her position with the Orchestra on December 10, and will serve as concertmaster for the Home for the Holidays and Beauty and the Beast concerts from December 14 to He has held the posts of associate timpanist of the Chicago Civic Orchestra, substitute timpanist with the Louisville Orchestra and Charleston Symphony, and principal timpanist of the Terre Haute Symphony and the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic.
He has experience in arts administration, college teaching, music librarianship and conducting. A native of Minnesota, Rieppel grew up near Marshall, Minnesota, engaging in the many musical activities the area had to offer. In his free time, Rieppel plays hockey.
Subscribe November 12, We know what you're thinking. Audiences formally clad in tuxes and gowns. A light smattering of polite applause. An uncomfortable seat with lots of shushing.
Not an ideal way to spend your Saturday night, right? Here are a few frequently asked questions that will help make your first Orchestra concert experience more comfortable. What do I wear? We get this question a lot, but rest assured, there's no dress code at Orchestra Hall.
You might see tuxes and gowns for special celebratory performances.
You might see business casual or professional looks for folks on a special night out. You might also see regular street clothes. When should I arrive? The earlier the better! Doors open two hours before your performance, and activities typically begin an hour before the first notes.
Whether its a chat with a guest artist, an interactive exhibit or a performance, each pre-concert activity is designed to provide context to what is happening on stage and build connections with our community.
Do I need to know anything about the program? Our musicians envy those who are experiencing this great music for the first time. There are surprises around every corner. Sit back or lean in. Getting to know the program before the concert is a great way to get the most out of your concert experience.
Your program magazine is a treasure trove of information about each piece of music and the musicians on stage. We'll also email you the week of the performance with your ticket details along with some extra info about your concert.
When should I clap? Half-hearted applause has no place in Orchestra Hall. We love and are extremely grateful for an enthusiastic and energetic audience, no matter the piece.
We do, however, ask that you hold your applause until the very end of each piece. Take a quick peek at your program to see if there are multiple movements, or section of the larger work, listed next to each piece of music.
If so, hold your applause to the last movement on that list. Our superfans will show you the way.
When can I take pictures or video? Think movie theater etiquette. While we don't allow videos or photos while the musicians are performing, we highly encourage you to capture your time with the Orchestra before or after the performance, or during intermission. Use MNorch so we can give them a like and share our favorites!
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