Coming Concerts

THIS SUMMER our Concert at 2 pm on Sunday, July 23, 2023, will be at the Nixon Presidential Library Theater in Yorba Linda, California. Open to the public, all are welcome to attend. There is no admission fee for the concert, but there is a fee to see the (optional) museum exhibits. All groups are studying a work by a woman composer as well as works from the standard repertoire.

Laura Lombardini [1745-1818]:Quartet in E Major (1771), II. Con brio-Menuetto-Con brio
Joseph Haydn [1732-1809]:Quartet in G Major (1799), Op. 77/ 1, I. Allegro
Sarah Wallin Huff [b. 1980]:Greek Dance (2002)
Abby Trinh and Ava Trinh, violin
Dora Yu, viola; Paige Rodriguez, cello 

Rounds for Yu Family Trio
Dona Nobis Pacem—Si Contemo—Mozart Andante—If I Know What You Know
Jennifer Yu, violin; Dora Yu, viola; Alex Yu, cello

W.A. Mozart [1756-1791]: Quintet No. 4 in G Minor (1787), K.516, I. Allegro 
Emilie Mayer [1812-1883] : Quintet in D Major (c.1855), I. Allegro
Florence Price [1887-1953]: Juba, from String Quartet No. 2 (1935) arr. for quintet by K Pech
Jayden Huang and Avani Athavale, violin
Ashley Lim and Diya Ravi Shankar, viola; Karis Lin, cello

Fanny Mendelssohn [1809-1847]: Quartet in E-flat Major (1835), II. Allegretto 
Johannes Brahms [1833-1897]: Quartet No. 3 in B-flat Major (1876), III. Agitato, Allegretto non troppo
Lauren Spavelko [b. 1989]: Grit (2019)
Dallas Chu and Ivana Chacon, violin
Krista Lombardi, viola; Annie Jiang, cello

The Chamber Music Coaches are …
Esther Back, cello
Leslie Ho, violin/viola
Emily Wu, violin/viola
Kay Pech, violin/viola/director

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 grants from the Hennings-Fischer Foundation and the Associated Chamber Music Players generously provides every student with a full tuition scholarship. Thank you!

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