Coming Concerts

We will perform our next concert on July 23, 2023, at 2 pm in the Nixon Library Theater. Save the dates July 7-23 to become a member of the Chamber Music Institute/So Cal

Our Gala Concert at 2 pm on Sunday, July 24, 2022, was at the Nixon Presidential Library in Yorba Linda, California. Open to the public, all were welcome to attend. There was no admission fee for the concert, but there was a fee to see the museum exhibits.

The Program included …

MOZART String Quintet No. 2 in C Minor, K. 406, IV. Allegro
BRITTEN Simple Symphony, II. Playful Pizzicato
Aric Hongyi Xiao and Abby Trinh, violin
Jonathan Sun and Tiffanie Chang, viola
Richard Mott, cello

MOZART String Quartet No. 6 in B-flat Major, K. 159, III. Rondo. Allegro grazioso
ANDERSON The Syncopated Clock
Dorothy Wang and Jarden Pan, violin
Jayden Yeo, viola
Phoebe Kensicki, cello

MOZART String Quartet No. 22 in B-flat Major, K. 589, I. Allegro
PORTER Anything Goes
Aston Kim and Evan Kim, violin
Jerry Sun, viola
Jack Burmahln, cello

MOZART String Quartet No. 14 in G Major, K. 387, IV. Fugue. Molto Allegro
ARLEN It’s Only a Paper Moon
Rebecca Liu and Dallas Chu, violin
Bradley Son, viola
Ethan Irianto, cello

MOZART String Quartet No. 19 in G Major, K. 565, IV. Allegro
ARLEN Somewhere Over the Rainbow
Eunice Sung and Ivana Chacon, violin
Janell Lim, viola
Sofia Roncancio, cello

MOZART String Quartet No. 23 in F Major, K. 590, I. Allegro moderato
PORTER Night and Day
Joel Kim and Michael King, violin
Elliot Kim, viola
Caitlin Walsh, cello

The Chamber Music Coaches are …

Esther Back, cello
Leslie Ho, violin/viola
David Xiao-Qiang Pan, cello
Kay Pech, violin/viola

Scholarships and Awards
The Richard Anshutz Memorial Scholarship, awarded by the faculty, is presented to a high quality musician, returning for a second (or more) summer, who demonstrates enthusiasm, dedication to completing a task and makes the effort to go above and beyond the call of duty as a musician. This Scholarship provides a full tuition grant. You may learn more about Richard Anshutz here.

The Hennings-Fischer Foundation Grant generously provided a grant that allowed us to provide every student with a $125 scholarship to lower the tuition fees.

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