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Eugene Uman - Struggle for Optimism

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During the COVID pandemic, Juno Orchestra commissioned four composers to craft a 10-15 minute work for string orchestra. In this episode, we feature Eugene Uman. Juno Singles is a rolling four-part, collaborative project, including music creation, orchestral interpretation, acrobatic response, and (finally) a full-blown, in person event: Getting Back Together! Juno Orchestra Based in Brattleboro, Vermont, Juno Orchestra is a multi-year musical exploration that engages top-flight area musicians and curious audiences. Juno creates space and time for an expert chamber orchestra to explore and present compelling known and perhaps unknown works for small orchestra. Support Juno Singles If you like what you see here, and on other Juno Singles videos, please join the collaborative spirit with your contribution. Costs are real and your support will power us forward! Juno Singles Online Series This video is one part of the Juno Singles project. The project will release premiers bi-weekly on Fridays at 7 p.m. on the following dates: ONE: Derrik Jordan, Suite for an Imaginary Country, TWO: Robbie Merfeld, Juno Variations, THREE: July 16, Dana Maiben, Vermont Seasons, FOUR: July 30, Eugene Uman, Struggle for Optimism, Juno Orchestra FIVE: August 13, Nimble Arts response to Derrik Jordan's work SIX: August 27, Nimble Arts response Robbie Merfeld's work SEVEN: Sept 10, Nimble Arts response to Dana Maiben's work EIGHT: Sept 24, Nimble Arts response to Eugene Uman's work Juno Orchestra Zon Eastes, music director Violin I Kathy Andrew, Allyson Michal, Hanna Zhdan, Greg Diehl, Marcia Lehninger Violin II David Horak, Moby Pearson, Michelle Liechti, Heather Sommerlad Viola Marcia Cassidy, Anya Shemetyeva, Barbara Wright Cello Tim Merton, Alice Robbins, Jennifer Morsches Bass Jay Elfenbein, Paul Horak

Production Date: 
Friday, July 30, 2021 - 11:45

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