Robert Tindle, age 20, is the son of a band director, and the oldest of six boys. Coming from a musical family, Robert took to arranging and composing music at an early age, quickly garnering recognition for his work for concert band, orchestra, and brass. He is a four-time winner of the Young Composers Challenge and a winner of the Florida Bandmasters Association’s Henry Fillmore Composition Contest, as well as the winner of the first annual Fredericksburg Brass Institute’s Composition Contest. His works have been played by the Marin, Akron, and Southeast Iowa Symphonies, the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, the Virginia Grand Military Band, the military bands of Peru, the University of Miami Brass Choir, and the Fredericksburg Brass Institute ensembles, as well as many amateur bands and orchestras. Robert currently studies composition with Dr. Lansing McLoskey and Dr. Charles Mason at the University of Miami, and has previously studied with UM Professor Emeritus Dr. Dennis Kam and composer Robert Longfield, who first inspired himt to pursue a career in composition. Robert also studies conducting with Gary Green, and has conducted premieres and performances of many of his works. In addition, he is an accomplished pianist and an active accompanist, playing for his church, school, and many other events.
Symphonic Blast! 8:15 PM - Saturday - July 9, 2015 - Crapo Park - Burlington
A memorable concert of popular and light classical music - not to mention a sky filled with fireworks! With generous financial support from the Murray Foundation, John H. Witte, Jr. Foundation and the Starker Foundation - City of Burlington this event is offered free of charge!
2016 Pops! - Passport to Music
Saturday, September 24, 2016 Bridge View Center, Ottumwa 7:30 PM
Sunday, September 25, 2016 Memorial Auditorium, Burlington 7:30 PM
Join the Southeast Iowa Symphony for a fantastic evening filled with food, drinks, and of course, great music. Hailing from Cincinnati, the Faux Frenchmen have been performing Hot Club-driven gypsy jazz since 2002. The group is made up of four musicians: Brian Lovely and George Cunningham on acoustic guitar, Don Aren on acoustic bass, and Paul Patterson on violin. Their style is as unique as they are, fusing American Jazz with the exotic sounds of European Gypsy music. For more information on the Faux Frenchmen and the Gypsy Jazz genere, check out there website here.
Saturday - October 22, 2016
7:30 PM - Capitol Theater - Burlington
Sunday - October 23, 2016
3:00 PM - St. John Auditorium - Ottumwa
7:30 PM - IWU Chapel Auditorium - Mt. Pleasant
Symphony No. 6 "Pastoral Symphony"
The Water Goblin
Three Dances from the Bartered Bride
Kidsymphony! - Saturday - November 12, 201611:00 AM - Capitol Theater - Burlington2:00 PM - IWC Chapel Auditorium - Mt. Pleasant4:30 PM - Bridge View Center - Ottumwa
This is the perfect concert to introduce families with young children to the symphony orchestra. Tickets may be purchased at the door: $3 for adults and $2 for children. The performances are fun, fast paced, entertaining and educational. Kids (of all ages) will love it!
Holly Days Pops! 3:00 PMSaturday - December 10, 2016IWC Chapel Auditorium- Mt. Pleasant
What better way to celebrate the holidays than with a FREE concert by the Southeast Iowa Symphony Orchestra? This afternoon concert at the chapel on the beautiful Iowa Wesleyan University campus will feature many of your favorite holiday tunes and is guarenteed to get you in to the spirit of the season! Seating is limited for this single performance, so be sure to arrive early! And don't forget, you can help spread the Christmas cheer by bringing your friends and family!
-RESCHEDULED-Chamber Ensemble Concert7:00 PM, Friday, December 23rdUnited Presbyterian Church209 E Main Street, Washington, IA 52353
Join us for this Pre-Christmas Eve celebration with an amazing variety of seasonal, classical and folk music. The 11 member SEISO Chamber Orchestra will be joined by guest artist Soprano Donna DeBose and Countertenor Antonio Souza. The concert will also feature Don Hughes on Piccolo Trumpet performing the Fasch Concerto for trumpet, 2 oboes, and strings.
While the concert features a variety of music, much of it is seasonal music associated with the Christmas celebration throughout the centuries. In addition to the classical works, the program will feature a tribute to the recently deceased with Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah, music from the Peanuts Christmas Special and music by The Piano Guys.The group is under the direction of Robert McConnell who also performs as an oboist with the Chamber Orchestra.
The concert is free and open to the public and is supported by a free will offering at the concert.
Saturday - Feb 11, 2017
7:30 PM - Bridge View Center - Ottumwa
Sunday - Feb 12, 2017
3:00 PM - Capitol Theater - Burlington
7:30 PM - IWU Chapel Auditorium - Mt. Pleasant
Cello concerto Mvt. I
Featuring Sam Schulte, 2016 Young Artist Competition Winner
Gloria with SEI Chorus Featuring Dennis Willhoit, Guest Soloist
Dona Nobis with SEI Chorus
Symphony No. 1 "Classical Symphony"
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