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“Watch the Sound, Hear the Movie!” – Announcing the 2018-19 Masterworks Season

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Music Director José-Luis Novo and the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra proudly announce the 2018-19 Masterworks season, launching its Opening Night Celebration on Friday and Saturday, October 5-6 at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. This season explores how great music inspires and enlivens great film.

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Academy to Help Minorities in Classical Music

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The Annapolis Symphony Academy is encouraging more minority musicians to enter the world of classical music, which has long suffered from a lack of diversity.

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Enjoy the Summer Solstice with a Musical Cruise on the Severn

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Kick off your summer in style with the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra and Watermark! A musical cruise aboard the grand and elegant Catherine Marie will take place on June 21, 2018 from 6 to 9 PM (Boarding at 5:45 PM)

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Magic Circle Mime Co. Enchants Families with “Peter and the Wolf”

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On Saturday, May 12 at 2:00pm, the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra performs this year’s Family concert, “Peter and the Wolf” with Magic Circle Mime Co., under the musical direction of José-Luis Novo, at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. Directly following the concert, the audience is invited to stay and meet the musicians.

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Pianist Jon Nakamatsu Reunites with the Annapolis Symphony

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Award-winning pianist Jon Nakamatsu joins the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra for the final Masterworks concert of the season. The concert will take place May 4 and 5 at 8:00pm at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis.

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With new academy program, Annapolis Symphony hopes to address lack of diversity in orchestras

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When the Annapolis Symphony Academy launches this fall, half the students in the program will be African-American or Hispanic-Latino.

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