Making harmony… naturally

Sooke Philharmonic Orchestra concert with performances by concerto competitors

Sooke Philharmonic Society presents the 9th Annual Don Chrysler Concerto Competition for Young Musicians.

A wonderful evening of music performed by the six finalists, a showcase of some of Victoria region’s extremely talented young musicians.

Part of the Sooke Philharmonic Society’s commitment is to support and encourage youth in their musical development. It takes place at the Phillip T. Young Recital Hall at UVic on Saturday, April 26 at 7 p.m.

Each finalist will perform his/her complete concerto, with piano accompaniment. Admission is by donation, and you can vote for your favourite performer on your Audience Choice ballot.

The finalists are:

 

Rae Gallimore

Walton, Concerto for Viola and Orchestra

 

Ashley Green

Saint-Saëns, Cello Concerto No.1 in A minor, Op.33

 

Ya-Ping Huang

Liszt, Piano Concerto No.1 in Eb major, S.124

 

Masahiro Miyauchi

Beethoven, Piano Concerto No.5 in Eb major, Op.73 (Emperor)

 

Leo Y Phanichphant

Mozart, Clarinet Concerto in A major, K.622

 

Hailey Phillips

Mozart, Violin Concerto No. 4 in D major, K.218

Prizes once again generously donated by Long & McQuade.

The winner of the competition will perform his/her concerto with the Sooke Philharmonic Orchestra at the Celebration of Young Artists concerts in October 2014.

Info:

250-415-0999 / 250-642-5760

sookephil.ca facebook.com/sooke.philharmonic

info@sookephil.ca

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