Critics and Fans Weigh In
...deftly crafted and strongly performed by Symphony Number One, conducted by its founding music director Jordan Randall Smith.
[Smith’s] Boulez was impressive.
Frenetic, Psychological, Dramatic, Uber-Expressive! Bene!
...Smith finds a wealth of orchestral color in the 20-minute work.
an exciting force in the Baltimore music scene.
...the performance was a treat!
There was a clean brilliance in instrumental execution from Mr. Smith’s tight control... Smith adhered faithfully to Schoenberg’s foreword and thus the sounds of the spirit soared.
Smith was an attentive partner and drew a cohesive response from the ensemble.
...the performance’s sense of dynamic growth is expertly tracked by Symphony Number One and Jordan Randall Smith.
Conductor Jordan Randall Smith whips up a fine head of urgency, as the music veers from gesture to near-primal cry for the plane
...Smith draws playing of considerable expressive character from the ensemble
Thank you, Jordan Randall Smith, Josh Diaz and Tyler Boykins & @SymphNo1 https://t.co/h3Yx6gpuhG— Dan Rodricks (@DanRodricks) November 2, 2016
Thank you, Jordan Randall Smith, Josh Diaz and Tyler Boykins & @SymphNo1 https://t.co/h3Yx6gpuhG
We love this Baltimore holiday play list curated by Jordan Randall Smith.... https://t.co/t7nO4NxrPj— FellsPoint_MainSt. (@FellsPoint_Main) December 20, 2016
We love this Baltimore holiday play list curated by Jordan Randall Smith.... https://t.co/t7nO4NxrPj