This collaborative performance brings together the Case Camerata Chamber Orchestra and the Case/University Circle Symphony Orchestra to celebrate the Joy of music-making and highlights the accomplishments of our talented Concerto Competition Winner, Gina Yang, piano.
Dr. Kathleen Horvath, Director of Orchestras, Conductor and Music Director, Case/U. Circle Orchestra
Mr. David Ellis, Conductor and Music Director, Case Camerata Chamber Orchestra
Manya Aronin, Graduate Student Conductor
Bethany Westphal, Graduate Teaching Assistant
Overture to the Marriage of Figaro W.A. Mozart (1756-1791)
Manya Aronin, Graduate Assistant Conductor
Piano Concerto No. 1 Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
Gina Yang, Piano
Gina Yang is a student of Gerardo Teissonière, Piano Faculty, Joint Music Program
Symphony No. 8 in b, D. 759 "Unfinished" Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
I Allegro moderato
II Andante con moto
Gina Yang, piano (Gerardo Teissonnière)
Gina Yang is is a third-year music and psychology major at Case Western Reserve University studying piano with Gerardo Teissonnière (CIM). She has been studying piano for 15 years and violin for 10 years. Gina has won multiple prizes for the United States Open Music Competition and the East Bay Music Festival. She has also received the Certificate of Merit for piano from the Music Teachers’ Association of California. She has worked as the church pianist for the youth choir for 6 years and is now working for the Church of the Covenant as an Audio-Visual Assistant. In addition, she hosts her weekly show “mango jam” on WRUW-FM 91.1. Gina would like to thank her family as well as her instructor Gerardo Teissonnière for guiding her throughout her musical studies.
Silver Hall Concert Series
This performance is part of the Maltz Performing Arts Center, Silver Hall Concert Series. These events are free, but registration is required. Can't be with us in person? No problem! Reserve a Livestream ticket in advance or view the channel below on concert day.
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