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North America's oldest symphony orchestra.



Founded in 1808,

The Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra is the oldest continuously active symphony orchestra
in the United States. The orchestra delivers professional-quality performances to the Harvard, Cambridge, and greater Boston communities four times each academic year, in addition to initiating a variety of outreach programs on equitable arts access and music education. With Music Director Federico Cortese, its entirely student-run board, its 100+ current members, and an alumni base of 2,800+,
the orchestra regularly fosters a vibrant musical and artistic scene for our targeted


Harvard's preeminent symphony orchestra.

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