Notices

September 18th, 2019

Collegium September 23 Schedule and Announcements

September 23 Schedule

►  Congratulations to Collegium alumni Emma Reader-Lee and Kate Moran who each have new jobs with the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra!  Kate in the Viola section and Emma as violin concertmaster mentee.  Wow! See the Collegium Facebook page for more info.  Not a member of the Facebook page yet?  Send a request through Facebook!

 

►  Concert:  West My Friend with the VCM Senior Strings Orchestra!!  AGPH Friday, September 20 at 7:30pm

Victoria indie-folk trio West My Friend has reached their 10th birthday and 650th show. To celebrate, they are releasing their fourth album, recorded with 53-piece symphony orchestra! They will be joined by 120 musicians on the stage of the Alix Goolden Performance Hall, including many of Victoria’s finest symphony players, The Choir, and the VCM Senior String Ensemble. Check out www.westmyfriend.com to learn more about the band.

General Admission – Adult $25;  Student/Low Income $20; Kids 12 & Under  Free

 

►  Concert:   Pam Highbaugh, cello (Lafayette SQ) and Yariv Aloni, viola (Sooke, VCO, GVYO Conductor) and Simon MacDonald (violin) are playing as a string trio for the Cowichan Chamber Music Society.

Sylvan United Church –  985 Shawnigan Lake-Mill Bay Rd, Mill Bay. Sunday, September 22  at 2:00pm

Bach: (arr Mozart) Prelude and Fugue
Herzogenberg: String trio No 2 in F major, Op.27
Beethoven: String Trio no. 1 in E flat Major, Op. 3

 

►   SNACKS:  Thank you to Nicole Teachman and Abby Corpus and families for the snacks this week.  On Monday, September 23 snacks will be provided by Camilo Aybar and William Gao and families.  Next week, on September 30 it will be Charlie Dutton and Amy Leighton-Bickel and families.

 

►  Questions?  Concerns?  Contact Micki Stirling 250 386-5311 ext 3360 or stirling@vcm.bc.ca

September 13th, 2019

Collegium September 16 Schedule and Announcements

September 16 Schedule

►   The Chooi brothers are coming!  Masterclasses led by Nikki Chooi and Timmy Chooi will be held in Alix Goolden Hall and Wood Hall simultaneously on Monday. Invite your friends – all are welcome.

Here is the program of players, accompanists and repertoire:

Mon
Sept 16
5:00-6:30pm Violin/Chamber masterclasses Nikki Chooi  AGPH
1/2 Boris Li Brahms Sonata #3 for violin and piano,

opus 108,  iv Presto agitato

Robert Holliston
Yudi Zhang Kreisler/Mozart Rondo on a Theme by Mozart Jennifer Mitchell
Goolden Trio

Boris, Lexie, Carey

Mendelssohn

Trio in d minor, op 49,  i Molto Allegro agitato

2/2 5:00-6:30pm Violin/Chamber masterclasses Timothy Chooi  WH
Rebecca Reader-Lee Mendelssohn, Violin Concerto in e minor, opus 64

ii Andante

Jennifer Mitchell
Elijah Kim Pablo Sarasate, Zigeunerweisen,

Opus 20

Dr. Yoomi Kim
Humphreys Piano Quartet

Elijah, Seung, Luke, Rohin

Mozart, Piano Quartet #1 in g minor, k 478

i Allegro

 

►   SNACKS:  Thank you to Lexie Krakowski and Matthew Stratton and families for the snacks this week.  On Monday September 16th, snacks will be provided by Nicole Teachman and Abby Corpus and families.  Next week, on September 23 it will be Camilo Aybar and William Gao and families.

 

►  Questions?  Concerns?  Contact Micki Stirling 250 386-5311 ext 3360 or stirling@vcm.bc.ca

September 3rd, 2019

Collegium September 9 Schedule

Collegium Schedule September 9

Junior Collegium Schedule Fall 2019

► First sessions: Monday September 9th.
Chamber ensembles 4-4:55 (all students); snacks and Introductions (Parents and faculty welcome)
5:00-5:20; Instrumental session Wood Hall 5:20-6:30; Voice session Room 303 5:20-6:30 (students only).

 

►  2019-20 Syllabuses with schedules and Student directories will be distributed by email.  If you need a printed copy, let Micki know by Monday.  She will then print them for the next Monday: September 16th.

 

►  Comparing Notes composer meetings are back! The first meeting of the fall will take place Wednesday September 11, 2019 at 6pm in room 319 at the Victoria Conservatory of Music. These meetings provide a place for composers to come together to meet, talk, and share their works in progress.
Hosted by Victoria composer Christopher Reiche Boucher, the Comparing Notes Composer Group takes place on the 2nd Wednesday of every month.
All composers creating music in Victoria are welcome to join and participate in conversations and share the projects they are currently working on. If you have nothing to share, not to worry! Come and hear about the current projects of other composers in Victoria.

This will be a supportive space where all should feel free to share their work. Composers of all levels (students, emerging, established) welcome.

 

►   Senior Strings Orchestra: Starts Monday Sept 9 at 7:00 in Wood Hall.  If you play a string instrument and are not yet signed up for Orchestra, please contact David Visentin  Visentin@vcm.bc.ca  or VCM phone local 3270.  They have some very exciting projects lined up for this year.

 

►   SNACKS:  On Monday snacks will be generously provided by the Lexie Krakowski and Matthew Stratton and families.  Next week September 16th, it will be Nicole Teachman and Abby Corpus and families.

 

►  Questions?  Concerns?  Contact Micki Stirling 250 386-5311 ext 3360 or stirling@vcm.bc.ca

May 10th, 2019

Collegium May 13 Schedule and Announcements

May 13 Schedule

►  Last Year-end concert!  Mark your calendars, invite your friends and family.

Senior Instrumental Collegium & Senior Orchestra (encore): Tuesday May 14th, 7pm Alix Goolden Hall Reception following.  If you are performing, please bring a plate of finger food for the reception.

All concerts admission by donation.

 

►  Festival: Congratulations and Good luck to Jono Devey, Sujung Lee, Lexie Krakowski and Adam Schmidt as they get to perform and compete against 3 other performers for the Roberto & Mary Wood Scholarship, Friday night PT Young Auditorium, UVic. Tickets available at the hall for this great concert.

 

►  Jamie Syer Scholarship awarded annually to the Collegium student(s) (Junior/Voice/Instrumental) who best exemplifies the spirit and purpose of the Collegium Program: excellence in music, teamwork and support of peers. The award will be presented at the final concert on Tuesday.

 

► Dreamy summer plans?  If you interested in a challenging and fun week of playing chamber music in one of the most beautiful and inspiring settings on the coast, the Salt Spring Chamber Music Festival July 21-28 is still accepting applicants for the 2019 SSCMF Festival Week.

Go to : www.saltspringchambermusicfestival.com for more information about the festival.

The festival theme is Timeless Romantics and the SSCMF festival faculty include David Stewart, Simon MacDonald and Hiroko Kagawa, violins, David Visentin, viola and Paula Kiffner, cello. This year’s special guest faculty is pianist Sarah Hagen http://sarahhagen.com/about.

Contact David Visentin for more information: Visentin@vcm.bc.ca

 

►   SNACKS:  Our thanks to Nicole Teachman and Amy Leighton-Bickel and families who provided snacks last week. On Monday May 13th, there will be PIZZA!  Additional snacks will be provided by Sheyda Shams and Samantha Yee and families.

 

►  Questions?  Concerns?  Contact Micki Stirling 250 386-5311 ext 3360 or stirling@vcm.bc.ca

May 3rd, 2019

Collegium May 6 Schedule and Announcements

May 6 Schedule

►  Year-end concerts!  Mark your calendars, invite your friends and family.
Junior Collegium & all Orchestras:  Sunday May 5th, 2pm  Alix Goolden Hall Reception following.
Voice Collegium & some chamber: Thursday May 9th,  7pm Alix Goolden Hall Reception following.
Senior Instrumental Collegium & Senior Orchestra (encore): Tuesday May 14th, 7pm Alix Goolden Hall Reception following.  Please bring a plate of finger food to each concert you are playing in.

All concerts admission by donation.

If you know of anyone who might be interested in applying to Collegium, get them to come to the Sunday concert to check it out and talk to us.  Thanks.

 

► Collegium 2019/20:  Everyone wishing to be in Collegium next year must apply and audition.  Returning students do not have to pay the audition/application fee.  The application form is on-line https://vcm.bc.ca/collegium-application-form/  and the application deadline is Sunday May 5th.

 

►  Festival: Congratulations to all of you who played so well.  I will post results on the board once they are all received.

 

►  Jamie Syer Scholarship awarded annually to the Collegium student(s) (Junior/Voice/Instrumental) who best exemplifies the spirit and purpose of the Collegium Program: excellence in music, teamwork and support of peers. All Collegium members and coaches are eligible to nominate members/students for this scholarship.  I will send a separate email which can be replied to or you can fill out one of the nomination forms on the Collegium Bulletin Board.  You must give a brief explanation of why this person best exemplifies the spirit and purpose of the Collegium Program: excellence in music, teamwork and support of peers.

Nomination deadline: Sunday May 5th (same day as concert and Collegium application deadline).

 

►   SNACKS:  Our thanks to Keisha McKay & Emi Ikemura and families who made sushi for us last week. On Monday May 6th, snacks will be provided by Nicole Teachman and Amy Leighton-Bickel and families. On Monday May 13th, snacks to go with pizza will be provided by Samantha Yee and Sheyda Shams and their families.

 

►  Questions?  Concerns?  Contact Micki Stirling 250 386-5311 ext 3360 or stirling@vcm.bc.ca

April 25th, 2019

Collegium April 29 Schedule and Announcements

April 29 Schedule

►  Year-end concerts!  Mark your calendars, invite your friends and family.  Prepare to bring one plate of finger food to any concert you are playing in.
Junior Collegium & all Orchestras:  Sunday May 5th, 2pm  Alix Goolden Hall Reception following.
Voice Collegium & some chamber: Thursday May 9th,  7pm Alix Goolden Hall Reception following.
Senior Instrumental Collegium & Senior Orchestra (encore): Tuesday May 14th, 7pm Alix Goolden Hall Reception following.
All concerts admission by donation.

 

► Collegium 2019/20:  Everyone wishing to be in Collegium next year must apply and audition.  Returning students do not have to pay the audition/application fee.  The application form is on-line https://vcm.bc.ca/collegium-application-form/  and the application deadline is Sunday May 5th.

 

►  Festival: The schedule of Collegium instrumental groups playing in Festival is available on our web-page https://www.vcm.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/2019-GVPAF-Program-CO-Chamber-Groups.pdf

Note:  There is a slight change to the Festival schedule on April 29.  The two groups with flutes will go first to allow Arisa and Sujung to play in the Flute part of the Festival right after in another location.  Small scheduling changes such as this will not be shown on the web-site; they will be announced from the stage.

 

►  Jamie Syer Scholarship awarded annually to the Collegium student(s) (Junior/Voice/Instrumental) who best exemplifies the spirit and purpose of the Collegium Program: excellence in music, teamwork and support of peers. All Collegium members and coaches are eligible to nominate members/students for this scholarship.  I will send a separate email which can be replied to or you can fill out one of the nomination forms on the Collegium Bulletin Board.  You must give a brief explanation of why this person best exemplifies the spirit and purpose of the Collegium Program: excellence in music, teamwork and support of peers.

Nomination deadline: Sunday May 5th (same day as concert and Collegium application deadline).

 

►   SNACKS:  On Monday April 29th, snacks will be provided by Keisha McKay, Emi Ikemura and families. On Monday May 6th, snacks will be provided by Nicole Teachman, Amy Leighton-Bickel and their families.

 

►  Questions?  Concerns?  Contact Micki Stirling 250-386-5311 ext 3360 or stirling@vcm.bc.ca

October 19th, 2017

Spark to Flame 2017-18

Spark to Flame Application

Dear Collegium Community,

Our Spark to Flame auditions are coming up next month! Students are most welcome to participate by submitting an application form by Monday November 6. This is perfect for students who would benefit from having a goal such as Spark to Flame to help with their repertoire preparation.

Please read through the information on the application form carefully as policies have been updated for 2017-2018.

If you are interested in participating, please submit the application form attached to the VCM front office– forms are also available at the front office until the deadline on Monday November 6, 2017. 

AUDITIONS

Sunday November 26, 2017, from 10AM in Room 303

CONCERT

-Saturday February 24, 7:30PM, Alix Goolden Performance Hall

VCM SPARK TO FLAME PROGRAM

The Victoria School of Classical Music’s Spark to Flame is a program that supports emerging artists’ development, and is open to all students of the Victoria Conservatory of Music. It brings together the VCM’s Senior String Orchestra, along with members of the VCM faculty and Victoria Symphony Canada, to provide a high quality professional experience for both the students playing in the orchestra, as well as a group of promising student soloists, selected through audition.

The program instills in musicians the importance of personal responsibility in creating a professional performance. During the weeks leading up to the Spark to Flame performance in February, participating soloists are given the opportunity to work with VCM faculty and management to develop their professional and artistic skills, and along with all participating students assist with promoting the program, which culminates in a concert at the Alix Goolden Performance Hall in February. 

Helping students gain a sense of co-ownership in the program is essential to its success each year, and as such, following the Spark to Flame concert, the students are invited to participate in one or two run-out concerts, that take place in local Elementary or Middle schools in the Greater Victoria Area.  This also forms an essential part to the program, giving students the opportunity to grow interest in their younger peers in school, and collectively nurture a love for music in all.

January 20th, 2017

VCM Collegium Program Residency with William van der Sloot

William van der Sloot has established a reputation as a leader in the development of young artists. His students have won international acclaim, having won prizes in many major national and international competitions, including Grand Prizes at the Canadian National Festival, the Canadian Music Competition, The Alberta Provincial Music Festival, the Montreal Symphony Standard Life Competition, Klein Competition (San Francisco), and prizes at the ASTA Competition (USA), the Michael Hill International Violin Competition (New Zealand), Concertino Praha (Prague), the Menuhin International Violin Competition, the Montreal International Competition, and the Tchaikovsky Competition (Moscow). His students are heard on concert stages throughout Canada and abroad. They have performed often as guest soloists with many of Canada’s major symphony orchestras.

He is in demand as a guest clinician and judge at music schools and competitions in North America, China, and Europe. Mr. van der Sloot has given many masterclasses for major music organizations in Canada, the United States, Germany, Russia, Poland, Serbia, and China. He is a regular guest artist at the Central Conservatory (Beijing), the San Francisco Conservatory, Northwestern University (Chicago) and the Medicine Hat College Conservatory.

He will again be a faculty member at Mount Royal College’s international Morningside Music Bridge program this summer, and is co-artistic director of the Valhalla Summer School of Music in Silverton, BC. Invitations for this season include The San Francisco Conservatory of Music, the Meadowmount Summer School of Music (NY), the Central Conservatory (Beijing), The Chopin University (Warsaw), Escuela Superior de Musica de Catalunya in Barcelona, as well as invitations to the jury of the Hong Kong International Violin Competition, the Johannes Brahms International Chamber Music Competition, and the Wieniawski Competition.

William van der Sloot began his violin studies at the age of seven. His principal teachers include Mary Shortt, Dr. Lise B. Elson, and Gerardo Ribeiro. He also worked in extensive masterclass seminars with Max Rostal, Tibor Varga, Yehudi Menhuin, Joseph Gingold, and members of the Juilliard, Hungarian, and Alban Berg String Quartets.

As a former violinist of the Villa Marteau Quintet (artist in residence at the Haus Marteau in Germany), he has toured extensively in Eastern and Western Europe and North America and has recorded for German, American, and Canadian National radio.

Before moving to Calgary to teach at Mount Royal, he was instrumental in the development of the Conservatory at Medicine Hat College and its program for gifted youth. Mr. van der Sloot is presently Manager of The Academy for Gifted Youth, Choral Programs, and is the distinguished instructor of violin at Mount Royal University, Calgary.

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January 17th, 2017

2017 Splash Young Soloist Application Form

2017 Splash young soloist application

Applicants must be 18 years of age or younger on August 6, 2017 and must reside on Vancouver Island, BC.
Application deadline:
Applications must be received before 5 pm on FRIDAY APRIL 14, 2017

January 6th, 2017

Collegium – Greater Victoria Performing Arts Festival

Hello Collegium instrumental members and families.
All Collegium Chamber groups are expected to participate in the Greater Victoria Performing Arts Festival.  This is a wonderful opportunity for our groups to challenge themselves, be adjudicated and spread the reputation of our program throughout the city and the province.
Your Group Coach will register the group and pay on your behalf.  Parents are expected to pay their child’s portion of the group fee. Please see the chart below to know how much is due.  Please send this payment to the first coaching next week. Please do this right away so that the coach does not have the burden of chasing payments in addition to doing the registration and coaching. Thank you.

Permissions:
The coach is required to state on your behalf that “I consent to and authorize the use of the participant’s name and/or images without monetary gain for performance information, recognition of achievement and awards, and for historical record.” It is assumed that teachers have obtained appropriate consent from their participating students. They also have to say yes to:
Liability/Permission Waiver: I acknowledge that I am an adult participant, a parent/legal guardian of participant under the age of 19, or a teacher, and that I have read all the rules as contained in the current official Syllabus and agree to comply with all conditions governing this entry and further waive and release the Greater Victoria Performing Arts Festival Association and its employees and volunteers from any liability in connection with participation in the Greater Victoria Performing Arts Festival. Photos will not be used for publicity without specific consent.
If you have questions or concerns about these permissions or payment,  please contact Micki immediately.
Thanks.

Also, please see below for more information about the Festival.

AVERAGE AGES AS OF JAN 1, 2017 (rounding down to whole number)
and PRICES (base price plus $5 for each player after 3):

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And here is more information about the Festival:

Our 90th Festival year is fast approaching and registration for the Greater Victoria Performing Arts Festival opens Tuesday, January 3, 2017. If you have never registered students in our festival, we hope you will consider the benefits your students will experience from the performance opportunity and professional adjudication.

We have a wonderful slate of adjudicators lined up for 2017; check them out on the website http://www.gvpaf.org/adjudicators.aspx.

REGISTRATION DEADLINES:
January 20 – Studio Dance
January 27 – Classical Guitar, Composition, Piano, Speech, Strings, Voice – Classical & Musical Theatre
February 10 – Brass, Choral, Ethnic Dance, Fiddle, Woodwinds, School Bands and School Orchestras
February 24 – School Dance

The Syllabus is on our new website at http://www.gvpaf.org/syllabus.aspx.  Please read the Rules & Procedures, as well as the specific section in which you are registering.

Do not hesitate to call the office 250-386-9223 or email  festival@gvpaf.org if you can’t find a class in the dropdown box on the registration form, but it is listed in the Syllabus.
Remember:
1)      Performers will be expected to announce the title and composer name prior to performing.
2)      Be sure the repertoire selected is correct for the class/period selected.
3)      Use the ‘comments’ box to advise the section head of any potential scheduling conflicts.

New this year, the entire Festival program will be online and no longer sold as a paper program. This means everyone will be able to view the program and print off pages as they wish. A $25 pass will be on sale at all venues which will permit admission to all sessions (not concerts) at all venues, to replace the  printed program which was also a pass to all sessions.

We look forward to another great year of celebrating Victoria’s talented performing artists. We hope to see you there!

January 3rd, 2017

Collegium January 9th Schedules and Announcements

January 9, 2016

Collegium January 9, 2017-Instrumental

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New groups! New music! Attached please find the schedule for chamber groups after the new year.  If your group’s repertoire is not listed yet, you will be hearing from your coach as to what you will be playing and how to connect with the music so you can start practicing.
 
► Nice Christmas Activity:  Vox Humana, Brian Wismath conducting will put on their annual version of Dylan Thomas’ A Child’s Christmas in Wales.  Christmas Eve Day, December 24th Alix Goolden Hall 2:30 PM Admission by donation.
“Always on Christmas night there was music…”
Story read by Welshman Melville Jones and accompanied by carols. Enjoyed best with friends and family, and fun for all ages!
For more information visit voxhumanachoir.ca
 
 Micki will be in the office Thursday morning Dec 22 and then not again until Tuesday January 2ndIf you need anything before the end of the year, contact her Thursday morning.
 
►  Building closure: the VCM building will be closed from Noon on Thursday December 22nd to Monday January 1st,
Reopening Tuesday January 2nd.
 
►   SNACKS:  Thanks Monday, December 12 to Kaira, Jasmine, Leonardo and Emmalene for the snacks, and for all of you who brought goodies to the concerts.  It made for very lovely occasions.
The snacks on Monday January 9th will be provided for the 36 instrumentalists by Andrew Montgomery and to the 16 singers by Madeline Stel.

 

December 12th, 2016

Spark To Flame Performers

Congratulations to our students who have been selected for the February 25 2017
Spark to Flame concert:

  • Aimi Howden, piano
  • Andrew Montgomery, violin
  • Kate Moran, viola & Emma Reader-Lee, violin (duo)
  • Jennifer Turner, soprano

Tickets are $5 and can be purchased online with TicketFly

Share the ticket link on your social networks, email your friends and big thanks to you all for your participation. We look forward to enjoying the concert in February!

October 17th, 2016

SPARK TO FLAME 2016-2017

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IMPORTANT DATES

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Thursday November 10, 2016   [ ONLINE APPLICATION ]

AUDITIONS: Friday November 25, 5:30-9:30PM (Room 302) ; Saturday November 26, 8:30AM-5:30PM (Room 303)

FINAL REHEARSAL:  Thursday February 23 (time TBA)

CONCERT: Saturday February 25, 7:30PM


ABOUT SPARK TO FLAME

The VCM’s Spark to Flame is a program that supports emerging artists’ development, and is open to all students of the Victoria Conservatory of Music. It brings together the VCM’s Senior String Orchestra, along with members of the VCM faculty and Victoria Symphony Canada, to provide a high quality professional experience for both the students playing in the orchestra, as well as a group of promising student soloists, selected through audition, who perform under the direction of guest conductor Timothy Vernon, Founder and Artistic Director of Pacific Opera Victoria.

The program instills in musicians the importance of personal responsibility in creating a professional performance. During the weeks leading up to the Spark to Flame performance in February, participating soloists are given the opportunity to work with VCM faculty and management to develop their professional and artistic skills, and along with all participating students assist with promoting the program, which culminates in a concert at the Alix Goolden Performance Hall in February.

Helping students gain a sense of co-ownership in the program is essential to its success each year, and as such, following the Spark to Flame concert, the students are invited to participate in one or two run-out concerts, that take place in local Elementary or Middle schools in the Greater Victoria Area.  This also forms an essential part to the program, giving students the opportunity to grow interest in their younger peers in school, and collectively nurture a love for music in all.

If you are interested in participating, please submit an application form available at the front office.


APPLICATION GUIDELINES

Instrumental applicants must audition with the concerto, or the movement of the concerto, they wish to play in the concert. Concertos for more than one instrument will be accepted. The audition will be 15 minutes long.  Candidates should bring one original copy of their audition repertoire to the audition for the adjudicator.

Please note: Candidates must also research the instrumentation for the piece they wish to present and include this information in the space below marked “Audition Repertoire”.

For 2017, the series will focus on instrumental works and vocal arias/duets compatible for Chamber orchestra accompaniment (i.e. with VCM String Orchestra + 2FL, 2Ob, 2CL, 2Bn, and 2Hn), and is open to all students currently registered at the Victoria Conservatory of Music for the 2016-2017 academic year, who have also been registered in studio instruction for more than one year at the VCM, OR who are currently enrolled in either the Collegium, Opera Studio, Advanced Voice Workshop, or Postsecondary Diploma program. The final realization of winds, brass, and percussion parts may be transcribed to the piano at the discretion of the audition committee.

Applicants must provide their own accompanist.

Notification of results will be Friday December 9 2016 or earlier.  Soloists will be chosen based on their performance in the audition. However, programming and representation from all disciplines may be considered.

For more information, please contact Rosabel Choi, Assistant Program Director, at: 250.386.5311 ext. 2190, or choi@vcm.bc.ca

 

March 8th, 2016

Collegium Performance Classes (March 7th, 2016)

Collegium Program
Mar. 7   Performance Classes

Wood Hall – Tzenka Dianova
Incendium Trio (Danielle, Kate, Janelle)            Dohnányi Trio – 1st and 2nd
Danielle Tsao                            Walton Concerto – 1st mov.
Carolyn Bradley                   Vieuxtemps Élégie
Andrew Montgomery             Recitative and Scherzo Kreisler
Clara Sui                              Bach
Quartetto Pacifica (Grace, Rebecca, Clara, Chris)
Trio Con Brio (Abby, Carolyn, Kori)

Alix Goolden Hall – Elfi Gleusteen
Emma Reader-Lee             Haydn Concerto – 1st mov.
Sophie van der Sloot          Haydn Concerto – 3rd mov.
Maki Yamagata                   Brahms Sonata in E Flat Major – 1st mov.
Rebecca Reader Lee                 Mozart Sonata in GM – 1st mov.
Nelly Tian                              Sibelius 3rd mov.
Tovin Allers                           Korngold Concerto – 2nd mov.
Jaling Kersen                         Hindemith 2nd mov.
Janelle Tiessen
Weide Trio                             Brahms 2nd mov.  (Keaton Sick)