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Three Worlds

Bronspiegel Auditorium, New Bedford High School

Saturday, October 14, 7:30 PM

Yaniv Dinur, conductor
Sydney Lee, cello

James Lee III: Sukkot through Orion’s Nebula
Jean Sibelius: Symphony No. 7
Edward Elgar: Cello Concerto

American composer James Lee III’s opening piece invokes the Hebrew holiday of Sukkot and draws inspiration from passages in the Book of Job and Revelations, creating a world both old and new. Sibelius’ Symphony No. 7 is in one movement and is only 20 minutes long, but in that compact space, he defies the inherited world of the symphonic tradition to create his own personal vision of the possibilities of orchestral music. The evolution of his melodies throughout the piece and the harmonic soundscape he conjures is like nothing before or after him. It is one of the most beautiful and moving works ever written for symphony orchestra. Elgar’s Cello Concerto lives (and flourishes) firmly within the Romantic world. Elgar harnesses all that that musical world has to offer in a masterpiece for cello and orchestra, which will be performed by acclaimed cellist Sydney Lee.

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Please join us in the auditorium at 6:30 PM for Yaniv’s pre-concert talk. Doors open at 6 PM for the talk and 7 PM for the concert.

FREE OPEN REHEARSAL
Friday, October 13,  4:00 – 6:30 PM

Seating is general admission, and no tickets or RSVP are required. Please note that this is a working rehearsal, and pieces may not be played in their entirety. A 20-minute break usually occurs between 5 and 5:30. Please save your applause for the end of pieces and/or rehearsal as to not interfere with the rehearsal process.

Rehearsal content: Elgar and Sibelius

Sydney Lee

View the 2023-2024 Season, Part 1 Program below:

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MUSICIAN ROSTER

Yaniv Dinur, Music Director

Please note: The following roster is a listing of the musicians for the January 20, 2024 concert only. Please click here for the official 2023-2024 roster which includes recognition of our valued musician chair supporters. 

Violin I
Ethan Wood, Assistant Concertmaster
Ealain McMullin
Kyra Davies
Jennifer Memoli
Theo Ramsey
Emma Powell
Lino Tanaka
Linda Scenna
Melody Albanese-Kelly
Christian Paillan

Violin II
EmmaLee Holmes-Hicks, Principal
David Rubin
Fariba Hunold
Yeonji Shim
Raluca Dumitrache
Sophia Bernitz
Jiuri Yu
Adam Jeffreys
Daniel Faris
Amy Sims

Viola
Anna Griffis, Principal
Christopher Nunn
Sachin Shukla
Elisa Birdseye
Maureen Heflinger
Rebecca Hallowell
Sophia Nikas
Nickolas Kaynor

Cello
Leo Eguchi, Principal
Shay Rudolph
Peter Zay
Fabrizio Mazzetta
Stefan Gabriel
Velleda Miragias
Nancy Hair

Double Bass
Pete Walsh, Principal
Bebo Shiu
Nathan Varga
John DeMartino
Joseph Bentley

Piccolo
Caitlyn Schmidt

Flute
Timothy Macri, Principal
Vanessa Holroyd

Oboe
Laura Schaefer, Principal
Benjamin Fox

English Horn
Laura Schaefer

Clarinet
Nicholas Brown,  Principal
Mackenzie Austin

Bass Clarinet
Hunter Bennett

Bassoon
Rachel Juszczak
Isaac Erb

Contra Bassoon
Gabe Ramey

French Horn
Nick Auer
Paulina Dixon
Nick Rubenstein
Clark Matthews

Trumpet
Andrew Sorg, Principal
Geoffrey Shamu
Mark Emery
Richard Watson

Trombone
Seth Budahl, Principal
Robert Hoveland

Bass Trombone
James Monaghan

Tuba
Adam Crowe

Harp
Maria Spraker
Piano
Pei-yeh Tsai

Timpani
Greg Simonds

Percussion
Dylan Barber

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