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Oberlin College Orchestra Performs at Getty Center with John Williams

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The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles was the scene of a memorable event on October 17 when world-renowned conductor and composer John Williams (above) guest conducted the Oberlin Orchestra in an evening performance.

18753   7AThe 65 students, who traveled to California during fall break, underwent a long day of rehearsal under the baton of Williams and Associate Professor of Conducting Timothy Weiss. The orchestra was led by the conductors in performances of Mozart's Symphony No. 35, a selection of Williams' pieces from Schindler's List, and works by Barber and Brahms.

Williams, one of the most distinguished American composers of music for film and concert, is conductor laureate of the Boston Pops Orchestra. He holds an honorary doctor of music degree from Oberlin.

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