Harvard's premier

symphony orchestra, the HRO is student-managed and professionally-conducted, performing four times a year in historic Sanders Theatre. The Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra traces its history back to the night of March 6, 1808, when six Harvard men first formed the Pierian Sodality, an organization dedicated to the consumption of brandy and cigars as well as the serenading of young ladies.

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About the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra

Orchestra members

Maestro Federico Cortese

From the moment of his debut in September 1998, stepping in at short notice to conduct Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 in place of Seiji Ozawa, Federico Cortese's work as Assistant Conductor of the Boston Symphony was widely praised.

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