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AYCO & AYSO In Concert - May 20, 2018

American Youth Concert Orchestra & Symphonic Orchestra
May 20, 2018  I  3:00pm
Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall & Arts Center

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American Youth Concert Orchestra

J.D. Anderson, conductor
Nahuel Weber-Jacobsen, violin (AYCO Concerto Competition Winner)


HOVHANESS       Psalm and Fugue
DE BERIOT           Violin Concerto No. 9, Allegro maestoso
BRAHMS              Hungarian Dance No. 5 & No. 6
GLIERE                  Russian Sailor's Dance from "The Red Poppy"
HOLESOVSKY     Slaviana
VERDI                   Overture to Nabucco

 

American Youth Symphonic Orchestra

Glenn Quader, guest conductor
Matthew Cummings, cello (AYSO Concerto Competition Winner)


ENESCU                 Romanian Rhapsody No. 1 in A major, op. 11
POPPER                 Hungarian Rhapsody
STRAVINSKY         The Firebird Suite (1919)

 

 
 
 
 
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ABOUT THE SOLOISTS
 

Violinist Nahuel Weber-Jacobsen is a seventh grader at Pyle Middle School in Bethesda, MD. He is a Foreign Service student who lived in Togo, Nepal, and Botswana before returning to the U.S. in 2016. Nahuel is currently a student of Olga Khroulevitch. Previously, he studied Suzuki with Vivian Crespo. Nahuel loves reading, running, and playing chamber music. 




Cellist Matthew Cummings is currently a freshman at Yorktown High School in Arlington, VA. He has been playing the cello since the age of 6, and is currently a student of Danielle Cho. He has performed and won solo and chamber competitions in Germany, where his family was stationed for three years, and in the United States, where he plans to pursue music in college. This summer, Matthew will be attending the Decoda/Skidmore Chamber Music Institute in Saratoga Springs, NY