There is a difference between performing in front of your professors and performing with them. School of Music professor Jeffery Meyer ensures that his students not only train to be professionals but that they can perform among them.
A review of a recent concert in which Jeffery Meyer and his St. Petersburg (Russia) Chamber Philharmonic participated was included in a recent issue of the New York Times. The concert was Wall to Wall Behind the Wall at Symphony Space. Read the review and view the photo.
The St. Petersburg (Russia) Chamber Philharmonic under professor Jeffery Meyer's direction will be making its United States debut in "Wall To Wall Behind the Wall" at Symphony Space in New York City. Full details of this performance. The orchestra will present music by Shostakovich, Schnittke, Pärt, Lutoslawski, Gubaidulina, Bacewicz, Slonimsky and Buzina.
The Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra will present its final free Ford Hall concert of the academic year on Sunday, May 2 at 8:15 pm. The program will feature Ithaca College president Thomas Rochon as narrator of Aaron Copland's "Lincoln Portrait." The other works on the program are virtuoso pieces of the symphonic repertoire, Ravel's "Bolero" and Bartok's "Concerto for Orchestra." Jeffery Meyer will conduct.
As the Robert G. Boehmler Foundation artist for 2009–10, famed pianist, collaborator, and pedagogue Gilbert Kalish performed Ludwig van Beethoven’s Piano Concerto no. 4 in G Major with the Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Jeffery Meyer, coached several chamber ensembles, and presented master classes. He made two separate visits to campus, in November and...