The University of North Carolina Symphony Orchestra has won The American Prize in Orchestral Performance – College/University Division for 2012. This is an important award, and we congratulate maestro Tonu Kalam and his outstanding student musicians on their achievement. For a review of one of their concerts, read Steven Kruger’s account of his visit to Chapel Hill, “Two Orchestral Concerts at Chapel Hill: Tonu Kalam conducts the UNC Symphony Orchestra; Vladimir Ashkenazy conducts the European Union Youth Orchestra”: click here.
Here is their award-winning performance of Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances:
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