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Memphis Youth Symphony Program Fall Chamber Concert

Saturday, November 14, 2020


Group 1

11:30- Selections from “Clarinet Serenade No. 4” by Mozart


Performers: Isabelle Guthrie, Ian Greer, Rishabh Sen

11:45- Selection from “Water Music Suite” by Handel


Performers: Abigail Johnson, Jack Feng, Evan Easley, and Gowtham Pradeep

12:00- German Dance by Beethoven / “Passacaglia” from Dido and Aeneas by Henry Purcell / “Waltz” from Eugen Onegin by Tchaikovsky


Performers: Advait Mahale, Max Ding, Kiran Trivedi

12:15- Selection from “Air No. 3” by John Jenkins


Performers: Gabrielle Causey, Harris Chen, Katlyn Causey, Kai Powis-Dow

Group 2

12:45- Clarinet Quintet in A Major, K. 581 by Mozart, Movement 1


Performers: Abbye Friedman, Sophia Best, Emily Best, Aimee Wood, Vaidhei Bhatara

1:00- Two Woodwind Trios: “Adagio” by Mozart / “Presto” by Haydn

Performers: Avani Garde, Joel Lim, Daniel Uh

1:15- Romance by Georg Goltermann


Performers: Simon O Connor, Sarah Moon, Asamoah Oppong, Ariela Delson

1:30- Rag for Woodwinds by Andrea Untung / Minuetto and Trio by Boccherini /
Jingle Bells arranged by John McAllister

Performers: Sam Scull, Emily Zhang, Ian West, Kyla Christopher



Group 3

2:15- Lullaby by Gershwin / Divertimento in D Major, K. 136, Movement 1 by Mozart / Winter Wonderland by Dick Smith and Felix Bernard

Performers: Daniel Gottschalk, Austin Devine, Nick Silea, Rachel Velasquez

2:30- String Quartet in F Major by Ravel, Movement 1 / Let it Snow by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne


Performers: Jenny McClain, Catherine McLean, Stephen Arthur, Seung Yeun Joo

2:45- Seventh Symphony by Beethoven


Performers: Rosalyn Bao, Madison Rogers, Samuel First, Andrew Green

Group 4

3:30- “Morning” from Peer Gynt by Grieg / “Spring” from The Four Seasons by Vivaldi


Performers: Jayden Golatt, Renata Bayazitova, Ella Curlin

3:45- Landler by Franz Schubert / Waltz in B minor, Op 39, No. 11 by Johannes Brahms


Performers: Kyrah Sailes, Titus Wiley, Mary Forrester

4:00- Suite for Four Violins by Ladislav Gabrielli


Performers: Sarah Forrester, Erica Lee, Gianna Malanga, John Noel Manganar



Sunday, November 15, 2020


Group 1

12:30- William Tell by Rossini / Allegretto by Mendelssohn


Performers: Owen Kearney, Carter Walquist

12:45- Soldiers March by Robert Schumann / Dance by Dmitri Kabalevsky


Performers: Aida Xue, Kelsey Pegues, Jeffrey Liu

1:00- Selection from “Eleanor Rigby” by the Beatles / “Ode to Joy” from Symphony No. 9 by Beethoven


Performers: Cameron Allen, Nishant Mehna, Benjamin van der Bilj

1:15- Fanfare for the Common Man by Aaron Copland / Florentine March, Op. 214 by Julius Fucik / “Dance of the Mirlitons” from Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71 by Tchaikovsky


Performers: Eric Xie, Evan Golden, Nathaniel Smith, Peter van der Bijl

Group 2

2:00- String Quartet No. 4 in C minor, Op. 18 by Beethoven, Movement 1 /  Frosty the Snowman by Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins


Performers: Ella Golden, Kedar Balaji, Rachel Chen, Robert Randall

2:15- “Bouree No. 7” from Water Music by Handel / In the Hall of the Mountain King by Grieg / Scarborough Fair, Traditional English Ballad


Performers: Abigail Kim, Elia Garcia, Kerry Cao, Adith Kotha

2:30- Prelude by Dmitri Kabalesky


Performers: Asa Pankewycz, Louisa Walters, Eli Engbretson, CeCe Jones

2:45- Divertimento III, K 138 by Mozart, Movement 1 and 3

Performers: Russell Wolfe, Gabby Gregory, Evan Engbretson, Dylan Forsythe

Group 3

3:15- Plaisir d’Amour by Giamattista Martini /  “Ode to Joy” from Symphony No. 9 by Beethoven


Performers: Anna Sharpe, Sophia Junco, James Ferrolino, Eric Chen, Nia Davis

3:30- “Scherzo” from Fourth Divertimento, Op. 100 by Haydn


Performers: Isabelle Nieves, Noura Clark, Leah Richardson

3:45- Quartet in C for Three Violins and Viola, Op. 106, Movement 1 and 3 by Ignaz Lachner


Performers: Annie Zhou, Shawn Meng, Evan Wu, Emily Hu

4:00- Oboe Quartet in F Major, K. 370 by Mozart / Jingle Bell Rock by Joel Beal and Jim Boothe


Performers: Molly Yuan, Abigail Cassius, Zoe Wolfe, Lily Zeng, Anyu Gu

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