October 26, 2011
Conductor George Mathew and Yale musicians play classical music at Southern
Mathew broke down movements of Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings for the audience.
Musicians played a range of instruments that included violins, violas and double bass.
Throughout the movements, Mathew would stop the musicians to play louder or softer.
Known as a humanitarian, Mathew has traveled the world showcasing his musical talents.
Most recently, Mathew traveled to New Zealand to debut with the Johannesburg Philharmonic. Throughout the performance, Mathew encouraged the musicians to play together.
Photos by Sean Meenaghan The Student Newspaper of SCSU
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