Gateway Chamber Orchestra plays the Grand Lodge of Tennessee
"Gateway proved it is the real deal, a virtuoso band with adventurous tastes."
—John Pitcher, ArtsNash, April 2014
Gateway Chamber Orchestra serenades Nashville with Mozart's 'Gran Partita'
"...sensitivity, style and polished perfection."
—John Pitcher, ArtsNash, February 2014
Gateway Chamber Orchestra shows off its strings in Nashville
"The sound [Wolynec] coaxed from his players was utterly sumptuous, the playing deeply felt."
—John Pitcher, ArtsNash, October 2013
Gateway Chamber Orchestra: Giving Mahler his due in Nashville
“…the ensemble hoped to make a good first impression. It actually came close to achieving transcendence.”
“Every one of Gateway’s sections – winds, strings, brass and percussion – played with polish and precision.”
—John Pitcher, ArtsNash, May 2013
Gateway Chamber Orchestra unleashes angelic notes on Clarksville
“They’re amazing”….”They’re great”
“tiptoeing elegance like the steps of a silk shod foot across a marble floor”
—Karen Parr-Moody, The Leaf Chronicle, February 2013
Gateway to Heaven—Chatting with Gateway’s Gregory Wolynec
“Wolynec’s Gateway Chamber Orchestra continues to impress me immensely with this release. The players may be university faculty members augmented by practicing musicians from the outside community, but in every way these are topnotch, professional performances that match or outclass the competition.”
—Jerry Dubins, Fanfare, February 2013
Masterworks Series Concert IV
George Butterworth - The Banks of Green Willow
John Luther Adams - Become River
Ludwig Van Beethoven - - Symphony No. 6 in F "Pastoral"
As the 2016-17 season concludes, set sail with the Gateway Chamber Orchestra on a captivating musical journey. Celebrating the scenic beauty of Tennessee, John Luther Adams’ Become River takes you on a downstream journey. Herald the summer with an enthralling rendition of Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony.
Sunday, April 30 at 4:00pm
George and Sharon Mabry Concert Hall
Austin Peay State University
Monday, May 1 at 7:30pm
|The Franklin Theatre
419 Main Street
Franklin, Tennessee 37064