Louisiana Sinfonietta

The Conductor 2006-2007 Season
The Ensemble
Dinos Contantinides Photo musicians
    Sundays at 2
     First Baptist Church
     529 Convention Street
     Baton Rouge, LA
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Dinos Constantinides, a prolific composer whose works are performed worldwide, is Music Director of the Louisiana Sinfonietta. He is a Boyd Professor of Music and coordinator of Composition Studies at the Louisiana State University's College of Music and Dramatic Arts. He has won numerous awards for his compositions which have been written for nearly every musical medium, including solo instruments, orchestra, opera, chorus and chamber ensemble. Constantinides has toured China, Europe and the United States performing, appearing as guest conductor, and presenting master classes.
September 10, 2006
GRAND OPENING
  • Works by Constantinides, Haydn, Mendelssohn
  • Brian Whorter, trumpet, James Ryon, English Horn, Michael Gurt, piano
    November 12, 2006
    CHORAL CONCERT
    • Works by Constantinides, Wagner, J.S. Bach
    • LSU Schola Cantorum, Sara Lynn Baird, conductor
    • Natalie van Burkleo & Delyana Lazarova, violins, Justin O'Dell, clarinet

    December 17, 2006
    CHRISTMAS CONCERT
    AT THE LSU SCHOOL OF MUSIC RECITAL HALL

    • Works by Vivaldi, Torelli, Manfredini, Sammartini, J.S. Bach
    • Kelly Smith Toney, violin, Katherine Kemler, flute

    January 14, 2007
    MUSIC FOR THE YOUNG AT HEART
    K-12 students free admission!
    AT THE LSU SCHOOL OF MUSIC RECITAL HALL

    • Works by Schumann, Schubert, Aaron Johnson (world premiere), Copland and J.S. Bach
    • Rene Singleton, soprano, Kevork Mardirossian, violin and Judy Constantinides, reader

    May 6, 2007
    GRAND FINALE
    • Works by Wagner, Constantinides, Schumann
    • Borislava Iltcheva & Aaron Farrell, violins, Constance Carroll, piano
  • The Louisiana Sinfonietta is a professional ensemble of musicians led by internationally known composer, Dinos Constantinides. This outstanding chamber orchestra plays a wide variety of music ranging from the Baroque and Classical to the newest 21st century compositions.

    Single Ticket Prices: Adults: $15, Students/Seniors: $12, Children 12 & under: No Charge

    For further information, contact Dinos Constantinides, 225-578-4010 (days)
    or 225-766-3487 (evenings).