“There’s a lean and translucent quality to their sound that’s particularly successful in “The Birds”, in which the scoring is so deft and agile. Trittico Botticelliano is a masterpiece of ingenious orchestration. Interpretations of both are wonderfully detailed, and the youthful orchestra plays well.” – Radio New Zealand, July 6, 2014, Robert Johnson
Chamber Orchestra of New York is a young professionals orchestra founded in honor of Ottorino Respighi, the preeminent, early twentieth century, Italian composer. The orchestra serves as the premier ensemble in the United States devoted to the Italian repertoire and has their home venue at Weill Hall. In 2010, The Respighi Prize competition for young composers and soloists was established with the City of Bologna and the orchestra has featured winners from the U.S., Brazil, Italy, Germany, and Switzerland. In 2011, the orchestra released its debut CDs on Naxos Records. Chamber Orchestra of New York has been the recipient of grants from The Vaughan Williams Charitable Trust.
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