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Marylhurst Community Orchestra

The Marylhurst Community Orchestra is a 65-piece orchestra comprised of students and community members. It is led by Maestro Lajos Balogh, who also conducts the Portland Festival Orchestra and is Conductor Emeritus of the Metropolitan Youth Symphony.

The Marylhurst Community Orchestra performs four concerts each year:
Spring Pops Concert (June 7, 2014)

Winter Classical Concert (March 2, 2014) 

Christmas Pops Concert (December 8, 2013)

Fall Classical Concert (November 3, 2013)
Program includes: 
Haydn - Symphony No. 104
Wagner - Die Meistersinger
Rossini - William Tell Overture

In addition, the annual Concerto Sunday (April) gives music students the opportunity to perform a solo with a live orchestra. 

More information:

  • Rehearsals: Thursday, 7-9:15 pm, St. Anne's Chapel
  • Course numbers: ENS 001, ENS 110
  • Meets LAC outcome: AIB2 (2012-13 catalog or earlier)
  • For more information or to enquire about becoming a member of the Marylhurst Community Orchestra, contact the Department of Music at 503.699.6263 or email music@marylhurst.edu.

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