Dr. Ryan V. Scherber, Conductor and Music Director
Mr. Joshua Leslie, Graduate Teaching Assistant
Mr. Jonathen Morawski, Graduate Teaching Assistant
Mr. Jason Delfing and Ms. Zoe Fagerhaug, Graduate Teaching Assistants
The Maker's Mark
Ryan Nowlin (b. 1978)
Joshua Leslie, Graduate Teaching Assistant
Elegy for a Young American
Ronald Lo Presti (1933-1985)
Jonathan Morawski, Graduate Teaching Assistant
Scherzito after Gustav Holst
Christopher Lowry (b. 1988)
brief stage transition
Óscar Navarro (b. 1981)
Jeremy Gray, Soloist, Bb Clarinet
Winner, CWRU Concerto Competition
Mr. Jeremy Gray is currently a third-year double major in music and biology at Case Western Reserve University and studies with Daniel Gilbert at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Since the beginning of his clarinet journey in the fourth grade, Gray has played in numerous ensembles such as the principal clarinetist in the Asian American Youth Symphony, AAYS woodwind quintet, Los Angeles Junior Chamber Music, and the woodwind captain of the West High School Marching Band. At CWRU, Gray has played as principal clarinet of Symphonic Winds, is an active member of the Case/University Circle Symphony Orchestra, as well as CWRU’s woodwind quintet. Outside of performance, Gray has previously won the D.K Kim Music Scholarship and is currently the Vice President of the music fraternity on campus, Mu Phi Epsilon. Jeremy would like to give a huge thank you to his current teacher, Daniel Gilbert, as well as all of his past and present music educators that have shaped him into the musician he is today.
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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