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Oakland University Chamber Orchestra

The Oakland University Chamber Orchestra is a select ensemble of music majors and other OU string players, featuring both student and faculty soloists. This concert will include Don Quixote by Georg Philipp Telemann; Nocturne by Alexander Borodin; and Duet-Concertino for Clarinet, Bassoon, and Strings by Richard Strauss, featuring George Stoffan, clarinet and Marcus Schoon, bassoon.

Venue Details

  • Oakland University

    2200 North Squirrel Road, Oakland Center Banquet Rooms Greater Rochester Area

    (248) 370-3167; (248) 370-4114 (FAX)

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