Meet the new music director of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Belgium-born DIRK BROSSE. He begins his first season leading the 33-member ensemble this fall season, after conducting many Belgian and European orchestras. Brosse is also a prolific composer of songs, chamber music, symphonic works, and film scores and musicals that include books based on the Belgian comic book character, Tin Tin, and the American murder trial of Sacco and Vanzetti. The Philadelphia Chamber Music Orchestra’s Grand Opening of the season is Saturday September 25thth at the Mann Music Center at 8p. The Orchestra will perform a world premier of ‘Fanfare for Philadelphia,” Brosse’s musical gift to the people of Philadelphia. Then on Sunday and Monday the orchestra will perform at their residence at the Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theater. Every Tuesday after their Kimmel Center performances, the orchestra performs at the Baptist Temple at Temple University.