For a sample of a rehearsal, click here to watch Dr. Hasty rehearse Ravel’s Introduction and Allegro.
Upon being named the new Principal Conductor of the Highland Park Strings, Dr. Hasty collaborated with acclaimed violinist, Ilya Kaler and his son, Daniel, at Ravinia Park in February, 2017 in a performance of Brahms’ Double Concerto, Op. 102.
In celebration of the 75th Season of the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra, the season opened with a performance of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony in collaboration with Vox 3 Collective and the Carthage College Chorus, prepared by Eduardo Garcia-Novelli. Soloists: Melissa Cardamone (soprano), Allison Hull (alto), Alan Taylor (tenor), Philip Kraus (baritone)
The Northwestern University Symphony Orchestra performs Symphony No. 7 in E major by Bruckner. This performance features excerpts from that performance and was filmed for broadcast on The Big Ten Network and features interviews with Dr. Hasty and orchestra members.
The Northwestern University Symphony Orchestra presents “Celebrating Schumann.” In honor of the Robert Schumann Bicentennial Festival, Cello Concerto in A minor, Op. 129 is conducted by Dr. Hasty featuring Anna Burden on the Cello. A look at the process of putting together a concert on the collegiate level, and working with alumni who are now working in the professional world.
The Northwestern University Chamber Orchestra performs Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 36 by Beethoven. This performance features excerpts from that performance and was filmed for broadcast on The Big Ten Network and features interviews with Dr. Hasty and orchestra members.
The Northwestern University Chamber Orchestra performs the Overture to The Barber of Seville by Gioachino Rossini and “Emperor” Concerto Opus 73 by Beethoven. Nolan Pearson, piano. This performance was filmed for broadcast on The Big Ten Network and features interviews with Dr. Hasty, Mr. Pearson, and orchestra members.
This is a commercial featuring Dr. Hasty from the ad campaign for Northwestern University that is shown at half-time during televised athletic events. Voiceover by ESPN’s Michael Wilbon (fellow NU alum).