The University of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will feature music major Harry Jamison performing Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2. for its November 7 concert. Jamison is a senior who will graduate in December with majors in music and math with a physics minor. He has been playing piano since the age of 9, and currently studies under Natalie Phillips with the University of Pittsburgh.
The program will also highlight the work of two music department alumni: Ted Zellers (BA ’12) will be the soloist in Rimsky Korsakov's Trombone Concerto and the orchestra will perform Kerrith Livengood's (PhD ’12) composition The Land Vaguely Waving.