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Open to advanced pre-college string players. SCO is the highest level string orchestra for the Prep program. Students placed in SCO generally play with a high level of musicality and technical mastery, and are comfortable playing complete concertos. While orchestra assignments are made by level, not age, most members of SCO are in grades 9-12.

Rehearsals: Saturday, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM 

  2015 ~ now

2014.12Released its 8th album under the DGG label (Mahler Symphony No. 9)
2014.08SPO European Tour 2014 (4 cities including London and Merano / The first Korean orchestra toperform at the BBC Proms)
2014.06Released its 7th album under the DGG label (Unsuk Chin 3 Concertos)
2013.12- Signed a MOU with China’s National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing
– Released its 6th album under the DGG label (Beethoven Symphony No. 9)
2013.09- Founded the ‘Brass Academy’, the first training program for brass  players launched by a Korean orchestra
– Founded the ‘Maestro Chung’s Conducting Masterclass’, the first conductor search program launched by a Korean orchestra
2013.06‘SPO Seniors’ Launched (President: Gi-Joon Kim, Adviser: Doo-Hoon Moon)
2013.05SPO Nationwide Tour (7 cities including Incheon, Busan and Changwon)
2013.04- Seoul-Beijing Sister City 20th Anniversary Concert
– Released its 5th album under the DGG label (Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5 & Symphony No. 5)
2013.01Hyunjung Park appointed as CEO the ICMA)

  2013 ~ 2014

2014.12Released its 8th album under the DGG label (Mahler Symphony No. 9)
2014.08SPO European Tour 2014 (4 cities including London and Merano / The first Korean orchestra toperform at the BBC Proms)
2014.06Released its 7th album under the DGG label (Unsuk Chin 3 Concertos)
2013.12- Signed a MOU with China’s National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing
– Released its 6th album under the DGG label (Beethoven Symphony No. 9)
2013.09- Founded the ‘Brass Academy’, the first training program for brass  players launched by a Korean orchestra
– Founded the ‘Maestro Chung’s Conducting Masterclass’, the first conductor search program launched by a Korean orchestra
2013.06‘SPO Seniors’ Launched (President: Gi-Joon Kim, Adviser: Doo-Hoon Moon)
2013.05SPO Nationwide Tour (7 cities including Incheon, Busan and Changwon)
2013.04- Seoul-Beijing Sister City 20th Anniversary Concert
– Released its 5th album under the DGG label (Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5 & Symphony No. 5)
2013.01Hyunjung Park appointed as CEO the ICMA)

Peter Jarvis, a native of Canada, began his career as a member of Museaus, one of Canada’s premier touring string quartets featured numerous times on CBC radio and in recordings. He was principal second violin of the Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra and the Southern Alberta Chamber Orchestra, appearing annually as violin soloist.

As Director of the University of Lethbridge Conservatory of Music he taught violin and conducted the Conservatory Chamber Orchestra. He continued his performing and teaching career in Ithaca, N.Y., where he was concertmaster of the Rochester Bach Festival Orchestra and assistant concertmaster of the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra.

In 1994 Peter Jarvis moved to Boston with Reuning & Son and entered the Boston music community as a freelance player, appearing with the Cambridge Chamber Players, Andover Chamber Orchestra, and most recently as concertmaster of Symphony by the Sea. An enthusiastic educator, he coaches chamber music at summer camps and at the NEC Preparatory School. He is currently the conductor of the String Training Orchestras and also conducts the String Chamber Orchestra.

B.M., University of Ottawa; M.M., Carnegie-Mellon University. Former principal second violin, Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra, Southern Alberta Chamber Orchestra; toured and recorded as a member of Musaeus, one of Canada's premier string quartets. Former faculty and director, Preparatory School, University of Lethbridge; served as conductor, University of Lethbridge String Orchestra and Ottawa Junior Youth Orchestra.

 

Peter Jarvis, a native of Canada, began his career as a member of Museaus, one of Canada’s premier touring string quartets featured numerous times on CBC radio and in recordings. He was principal second violin of the Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra and the Southern Alberta Chamber Orchestra, appearing annually as violin soloist.

As Director of the University of Lethbridge Conservatory of Music he taught violin and conducted the Conservatory Chamber Orchestra. He continued his performing and teaching career in Ithaca, N.Y., where he was concertmaster of the Rochester Bach Festival Orchestra and assistant concertmaster of the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra.

In 1994 Peter Jarvis moved to Boston with Reuning & Son and entered the Boston music community as a freelance player, appearing with the Cambridge Chamber Players, Andover Chamber Orchestra, and most recently as concertmaster of Symphony by the Sea. An enthusiastic educator, he coaches chamber music at summer camps and at the NEC Preparatory School. He is currently the conductor of the String Training Orchestras and also conducts the String Chamber Orchestra.

B.M., University of Ottawa; M.M., Carnegie-Mellon University. Former principal second violin, Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra, Southern Alberta Chamber Orchestra; toured and recorded as a member of Musaeus, one of Canada's premier string quartets. Former faculty and director, Preparatory School, University of Lethbridge; served as conductor, University of Lethbridge String Orchestra and Ottawa Junior Youth Orchestra.