The Tuscarawas Philharmonic will present its sixth concert of its "Intermezzo" season with a virtual performance on Saturday, April 10th at 7:30 p.m. Viewers are invited to join the orchestra for the premiere performance of maestro Eric Benjamin's composition "Sinfonia for Double String Orchestra".

Originally conceived as a combined piece for two student string orchestras – beginning and advanced – for the Tuscarawas Philharmonic String Camp in 2020, this introspective six- movement work has been adapted for a reduced, socially distanced dual orchestra and reflects the struggles, despondency, adaptation, acceptance, and joy of hope arisen from the grip of a year-long pandemic.

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Registration for Music Camp Open!

The TUSCARAWAS PHILHARMONIC has worked tirelessly to secure dates, locations and staff for its 2021 SUMMER MUSIC CAMP. We are very excited that we can make this happen, in a safe environment, while providing multiple camp locations and dates for summer flexibility.

The Tusc Phil's music camp is a thoughtfully designed music enrichment program for young musicians. Each day will include fun learning experiences to help make music camp an unforgettable adventure with lasting impact.

Our music camp is graciously being hosted at both Dover High School and Walsh University on separate weeks of June. String and percussion camps are available at either location. Chorus camp will only be available at Dover High School.

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Musician Spotlight: Jim Perone

"I’ve been the principal clarinetist of the Philharmonic for the past 26 years. My first encounter with the orchestra was a call for auditions for the positions of principal clarinetist and principal flutist that was posted on the bulletin board in Mount Union’s music building. My wife, flutist Karen Perone, and I auditioned for Marjorie Henke at Marge’s and Bob’s house in Canton. That’s the kind of personal touch you find in this orchestra that really makes it feel like home for me."

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