Repertoire

The Orchestra performs a broad range of music that represents the history and future of the mandolin.  Our repertoire includes familiar and fun classical music, folk and Americana music from the heydays of the American mandolin orchestra in the early 20th century, and contemporary original music written by our musical director and orchestra members.  

Our musical repertoire is constantly expanding, but our recent concerts have featured songs from the Orchestra's last album, From Faraway Shores, as well as new arrangements and compositions from around the world. Guest artists and soloists further expand our musical depth with orchestral accompaniment.  For the holidays, we are pleased to include new and traditional music celebrating the holidays and New Year.

Our recent performances have included a mix of American regional and traditional music, folk and ethnic music from around the world, and classical music.  

 

Traditional American pop and American folk music, including:

All The Rage

Bali Ha'i

Can't Help Falling In Love

Chatanooga Choo Choo

Happy Days Are Here Again

Hard Times Come Again No More

Jerusalem Ridge

Old Joe Clark

Soldier's Joy

Tennessee Waltz

Texas Foxtrot

European and gypsy music, including:

Alyosha, Sha!

Danny Boy

Hava Nagila

O Sole Mio

Oseh Shalom

Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Classical music, including works from:

Bach

Beethoven

Calace

Mozart

Vivaldi

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