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  1. The National Symphony Orchestra (NSO), founded in 1930, is a symphony orchestra based in Washington, D.C. Its principal performing venue is the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. It also performs for the annual National Memorial Day Concert and A Capitol Fourth celebrations.

  2. To accompany the National Symphony Orchestra’s Beethoven & American Masters concert series, author and illustrator Mo Willems presents Beethoven Symphonies Abstracted, an exhibition of nine large-scale, painted abstractions inspired by the music and genius of Beethoven, Jan. 8–Mar. 20, 2022 in the Hall of Nations. Each large-scale work is a ...

  3. From its foundation in 1948 as the Raidió Éireann Symphony Orchestra the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra has been at the forefront of symphonic music in Ireland providing an unbroken stream of concerts. Since that time, the orchestra has firmly established itself as a primary force in Irish musical life.

  4. Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra (NOSPR), is one of Poland's radio orchestra and premier musical institutions. It was founded in 1935 in Warsaw. In 1945 the orchestra was re-established in Katowice and since 2006 it has become a "National Cultural Institution".

  5. 2019-20 is the Danish National Symphony Orchestra’s fourth season with the Italian star conductor Fabio Luisi as Principal Conductor. Luisi is well known for his deep personal engagement in the music; at the same time his musical experience and range are vast – with chief conductor posts with among others the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and the Zürich Opera.

  6. Jan 19, 2022 · THE NATIONAL SYMPHONY Orchestra (NSO) is officially no longer part of RTÉ after the Government announced it would be moving under the remit of the National Concert Hall. The three RTÉ choirs ...

  7. Feb 03, 2020 · Support the National Symphony Orchestra. Help build a rich legacy on the values of artistic excellence, engagement with a broad community, and a thriving future for the art form of opera and its audiences. Donate to the NSO

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