September 18, 7:30 PM


September 18, 7:30 PM

Adolphus Hailstork: An American Port of Call
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35
Jean Sibelius: Symphony No. 5

Yaniv Dinur, Conductor
Karen Gomyo, Violin

If you were unable to attend this amazing concert, or if you just want to experience it again, you may purchase the video of the Hailstork and Tchaikovsky pieces for just $20 per household. Simply click on the red button below to purchase and the link will be sent to you within 24 hours. 

Celebrating American composer Adolphus Hailstork’s 80th birthday, we open with his virtuosic and colorful American Port of Call. Brilliantly orchestrated, Hailstork’s piece depicts the busyness and excitement of an American port city. Astounding violinist, Karen Gomyo, joins the orchestra in Tchaikovsky’s violin concerto, one of the most popular pieces in the repertoire due to its captivating melodies and demanding virtuosity. Sibelius’ uplifting 5th Symphony is a hymn to the human spirit – the perfect piece to celebrate the return of live music.

Karen Gomyo

Concert Sponsor:

Please read this important announcement from the Zeiterion Performing Arts Center concerning the new COVID 19 vaccination policy. These requirements will be in place for our opening night concert, Embark, on Saturday, September 18.

We are excited about the return to live theatre and are eager to welcome you back through our doors! Our priority is the health and safety of our audiences, artists, volunteers, event personnel and staff. As we re-open our theater doors and offices, we remain committed to doing our part to curtail the spread of infection and offering the safest experience for all. With this commitment as our guide, we want to share with you our current in-house policies.

Effective September 15, and until further notice The Z requires all attendees at indoor performances and gatherings over the age of 12 be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus or submit proof of a negative COVID-19 test (PCR test within 72 hours or antigen test within 24 hours of the show that you are attending). The same is expected of all Zeiterion staff, event personnel, and volunteers.

In addition, because of the virulent and highly contagious nature of the Delta variant, we require properly fitting masks or facial coverings are worn by all, including children and regardless of vaccination status, when not actively eating or drinking.

Proof of vaccination or a negative test as described above will be required before entering any Zeiterion indoor venue along with a photo ID. We will communicate how these requirements will be managed and what to expect in an email before your next visit.

To further support our community’s well-being and in recognition of the many uncertainties due to the pandemic, all tickets are now exchangeable for another Zeiterion performance within the season. Our intention is that greater flexibility will help further discourage attendance at a presentation by anyone with symptoms or potential exposure. We also want to support those who are providing care to someone who is ill, by allowing easier exchanges. Our box office staff is ready to make the accommodation you need.

We will continue to evaluate these policies and post the most up-to-date information on our website.

The arts lift our spirits and bring us together – please join us in helping make sure live, in-person performances can resume uninterrupted.

See you soon and be well.

Rosemary Gill
Executive Director
Zeiterion Performing Arts Center


Yaniv Dinur, Music Director

Music Director Sponsors:
Andy Kotsatos and Heather Parsons, Susan and Dexter Mead, Marjorie Williams and Michael Tushman

Violin I
Ethan Wood, Guest Concertmaster
  Milan A. Heath Jr. Memorial Chair
Jae Yong Cosmos Lee
  Dr. Clinton Levin Memorial Chair
Travis Rapoza
Jennifer Memoli
Kenneth Mok
Shawn Wang
Youth Orchestra Musicians:
Olivia Jasmin
Marcus Mourato
Meredith Kelly
Katherine St. Amand
Loredana Mello

Violin II
EmmaLee Holmes-Hicks, Principal
  Geoff and Judy Swett Chair
Kimberly Fang
Fariba Hunold
Kavita Shankar
Job Salazar Fonseca
Tessa Belkin
Youth Orchestra Musicians:
Minhong Chang
Bradley Palmer
Hayley Mimoso
Emma Whynacht
Caroline Kelly

Chris Nunn, Guest Principal
  George Grimshaw Memorial Chair
Rebecca Hallowell
Maureen Heflinger
Jake Pietroniro

Youth Orchestra Musician:
Ella Gibson

Holly Dyer, Guest Principal
  Patricia Plum Wylde Chair
Fabrizio Mazzetta
  Pamela M. Hoffer Chair, endowed in perpetuity
Miguel Vasquez
Stefan Gabriel
Youth Orchestra Musicians
Cooper Thomas
Daniel Mello

John Shiu, Guest Principal
  Irene Gudewicz Memorial Chair
Rod McCaulley
Joseph Bentley
Youth Orchestra Musicians:
Kathryn McGann
Hillary McGee

Timothy Macri, Principal
  Josef N. Cobert Memorial Chair,  endowed in perpetuity
Joshua Carter
  Heather Parsons and Anrew Kotsatos Chair, endowed in perpetuity
Ryan Foley
Youth Orchestra Musicians:
Erica Kelley
Bronwyn Pearson

Andrea Heyboar, Principal
Nancy and Jack Braitmayer Chair, endowed in perpetuity
Camden Ward
Casey Kearney

Sangwon Lee, Guest Principal
  Charles Parsons Memorial Chair
Taylor Isberg
Michael Monte
Youth Orchestra Musicians:
Amalia DaCosta
Tony DaCosta
Shafer Marcovici
Roman Raposo

Michael Mechanic, Principal
Brooke Allen

Timothy Bedard, Acting Principal
  Dorothy Malone and Rhoda Gayle Memorial Chair
Brian Nichols
  Cile and Bill Hicks Chair, endowed in perpetuity
Bryce Nakaoka
Paige McGrath

Geoff Shamu, Guest Principal
Sam Thurston
Tiago Ferrreira
Youth Orchestra Musician:
Jack Lincecum

Brandon Newbould, Guest Prinipal
  Albert J. Lamoureux Memorial Chair
Kathryn Daugherty
James Monaghan
Youth Orchestra Musician:
Reis Medeiros

Adam Crowe, Guest Principal
Youth Orchestra Musician:
Owen Scieszka

Eric Huber, Guest Principal
  Ann and Hans Ziegler Chair, endowed in perpetuity

Evan Glickman, Principal
Dylan Barber
Matt Sharrock
Andres Pichardo

June Chen, Guest Principal

Katie Koglin, Guest Principal

View the September concert program below!

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