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COMMUNITY IS EXCELLENCE

Our Mission

The New England Repertory Orchestra endeavors to dismantle the exclusivity of symphonic music as a discipline and build pathways for all to realize a true place for themselves within the performance, study, and support of this art form. NERO seeks to empower, feature, and champion artists of color, and focuses on the presence of our orchestral musicians, and their work, in the greater community.

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Collaborative Partnership

At New England Repertory Orchestra, we provide a place for local professional musicians to thrive and are ready to partner with other organizations -- schools, theaters, arts organizations, arts presenters -- to create experiences and performances that truly make an impact. All of our musicians are also educators, community leaders, or professionals in other creative fields.

NEXT CONCERT

Where and when you can see NERO in action!

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CHORAL INVITATIONAL

Monday, April 29, 2024 at 7:00pm

NERO joins with the Clark University Choir,

Clark University Symphony Orchestra,

and area high school choirs

for a festival of choral-orchestral music.

POULENC

Gloria

FAURÉ

Requiem

Mechanics Hall

Worcester, MA

Admission is free and open to the public,

but ticketed.

HYMN OF PRAISE

Sunday, May 5, 2024 at 3pm

NERO ends its third season with

The Keene Chorale,

performing Mendelssohn's rapturous

Symphony No. 2, "Lobgesang."

Emily Baker, soprano

Ema Mitrovic, contralto

Christopher Plaas, tenor

This concert is Maestro Manson's last concert

as Music Director of The Keene Chorale,

which he has been for eight seasons.

Redfern Arts Center at Keene State College

Keene, NH

View the complete 2023-2024 Season by clicking the menu above.

The New England Repertory Orchestra is proud to be supported by grants from

The Dauber Fund

and the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

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The New England Repertory Orchestra is supported by a grant from the Barr Foundation.

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