The University of Scranton String Orchestra plays music by Vivaldi, Bach. Mozart, Tchaikovsky, and more, with guest violinist Kako Miura. (Please see Miura bio above.)
The University of Scranton String Orchestra is a 30-member ensemble comprised of members of the university community - mostly undergraduate students, joined by a few members of the faculty and staff - who play violin, viola, cello, or string bass and are brought together by a mutual love of music-making.
The ensemble performs four or five times per academic year, and most of their performances are open to the public and are free of admission charge.