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GREGORY PRITCHARD, CONDUCTOR

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    • 2016-2017 SEASON
    • DISCOVERY SERIES: ALL BEETHOVEN
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra
    • October 3, 2016
    • Discovery Hill High School Theater, Lawrenceville, GA
    • Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • BEETHOVEN: Egmont Overture, op. 84a
    • BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 5 in c minor, op. 67

    • INFINITE ENERGY CENTER THEATER SERIES: VIVA LAS AMERICAS!
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Gwinnett Symphony Jazz Orchestra
    • Robert Trocina, Gregory Pritchard, and Jose Manuel Garcia, Conductors
    • Gordon Vernick, Trumpet
    • Jerry Fields, Percussion
    • Chris Riggenbach, Bass
    • October 24, 2016
    • Infinite Energy Center Theater (GA)
    • MONCAYO: Hupango
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    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.
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    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra: "Dances from Around the World"
    • OFFENBACH: “Can Can” from Orpheus in the Underworld
    • BIZET: “Habanera” from Carmen
    • STRAUSS: Fledermaus Waltzes
    • BRAHMS: Hungarian Dance No. 5
    • FLETCHER: Folk Tune and Fiddle Dance
    • MUSSORGSKY: “Hopak” from The Fair at Sorochinsk
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    • New Jersey Music Educators Association
    • Annual Conference and Performance
    • The New Jersey All-State Orchestra, Dr. Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • The New Jersey All-State Chorus, Dr. Rollo Dilworth, Conductor
    • November 11, 2016
    • Atlantic City Convention Center, Atlantic City, New Jersey
    • VERDI: La Forza del Destino Overture
    • MAHLER: “Finale” from Symphony No. 1, Titan
    • DILWORTH: Freedom’s Plow

    • New Jersey Music Educators Association
    • Annual Conference and Performance
    • The New Jersey All-State Orchestra, Dr. Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • The New Jersey All-State Chorus, Dr. Rollo Dilworth, Conductor
    • November 20, 2016
    • New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Newark, New Jersey
    • Repeat of November 11th program.

    • DISCOVERY SERIES: “SIDE-BY-SIDE 3!”
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • Kira Omelchenko, 2016 International Conductors Workshop Winner
    • January 9, 2017
    • Discovery High School Theater, Lawrenceville, GA
    • GRIEG: Holberg Suite
    • BARBER: Adagio for Strings
    • HOLST/MONDAY: “Jupiter” from The Planets
    • VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Rhosymedre: Prelude on a Welsh Hymn Tune
    • RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Capriccio Espagnol, op. 34

    • INFINITE ENERGY CENTER THEATER SERIES: ALL RUSSIAN
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Full Orchestra Festival Concert
    • Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • May 15, 2017
    • Infinite Energy Center Theater (GA)
    • IPPOLITOV-IVANOV: “Procession of the Sardar” from Caucasian Sketches
    • BORODIN: In the Steppes of Central Asia
    • STRAVINSKY: “Berceuse and Finale” from The Firebird

    • FUSION SERIES 1: A NIGHT AT THE MOVIES
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra
    • September 14, 2015
    • Collins Hill High School Auditorium, Lawrenceville, GA
    • Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • Jong-hun Bae, 2015 International Conductors Workshop Winner
    • R. STRAUSS: “Fanfare" from Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001: A Space Odyssey)
    • J. STRAUSS: Beautiful Blue Danube Waltz (2001: A Space Odyssey)
    • BARBER: Adagio for Strings (Platoon)
    • MENKIN/MOSS: Music from "Aladdin"
    • LOPEZ: James Bond Medley
    • CUSTER: Selections from "The Lion King"
    • WILLIAMS/CLARK: Star Wars Main Theme

    • Masterworks Series I: "Copland and Gershwin"
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Robert Trocina and Gregory Pritchard, Conductors
    • Loandi Van Der Merwe, Narrator
    • Jose Manuel Garcia, Piano
    • October 30, 2015
    • Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center (GA)
    • Copland-Lincoln Portrait
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    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra: "HalloweeenSpooktacular"
    • FIN: Spine Chiller
    • MEYER: Curse of the Rosin Eating Zombies from Outer Space
    • SAINT-SAENS/ALSHIN: Danse Macabre
    • O'LOUGHLIN: Dark Catacombs
    • MEYER: Legend of Sleepy Hollow
    • STORY: A Rockin' Halloween
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    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.

    • Fusion Series 4: “Side-By-Side”
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • January 11, 2016
    • Mountain View High School Auditorium, Lawrenceville, GA
    • MOZART: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
    • DVORAK: Serenade for Strings, op. 22
    • BIZET: "Toreador Song" from Carmen
    • SIBELIUS: Andante Festivo
    • HOFELDT: Dance Parhelia

    • Masterworks Series 5: TCHAIKOVSKY THE GREAT
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Robert Trocina and Gregory Pritchard, Conductors
    • Nancy Schechter, Violin
    • May 16, 2016
    • Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center (GA)
    • TSCHAIKOVSKY: Violin Concerto in D Major, op. 35
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    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra: "Full Orchestra Festival Concert"
    • GRIEG: Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, op 46
    • HORNER: Hollywood Blockbusters
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    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.

    • Chamberworks Concert: “American Classics”
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra
    • September 8, 2014
    • Collins Hill High School Auditorium, Lawrenceville, GA
    • Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • Brian Lyons, English Horn
    • Doug Lindsey, Trumpet
    • Jessica Morel, 2014 International Conductors Workshop Winner
    • Anderson—Jazz Legato and Jazz Pizzicato
    • Barber—Adagio for Strings
    • Bernstein—West Side Story Selections
    • Copland—Quiet City
    • DelloJoio—Choreography
    • Sousa—Stars and Stripes Forever
    • Masterworks I Concert: "Holst, Webb-Mitchell and Arutunian"
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Robert Trocina, Gregory Pritchard, and Rick Smith, Conductors
    • Arietha Lockhart, Soprano
    • Thomas Trotter, Tenor
    • Stephanie Shields, Trumpet
    • October 25, 2014
    • Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center (GA)
    • Webb-Mitchell—Songs of Awe and Wonder (World Premiere)
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    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra: "HalloweeenSpooktacular"
    • Rich—Angry Spirits
    • Spears—Dance Diabolique
    • Brown—Ghost of John
    • Meyer—Rosin Eating Zombies from Outer Space
    • Sharp—Giant Slimy Squid
    • Mussorgsky—Night on Bald Mountain
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    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.
    • Chamberworks Concert II: “Side-By-Side”
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • January 12, 2015
    • Collins Hill High School Auditorium, Lawrenceville, GA
    • Elgar—Introduction and Allegro, Op. 47
    • Saint-Saens—“The Swan” from Carnival of the Animals
    • Grainger—Irish Tune from County Derry
    • Holst—Saint Paul's Suite
    • Pachelbel—Canon in D

    • Masterworks IV Concert: "Rimsky-Korsakov, Debney, and Prokofiev"
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Robert Trocina, Gregory Pritchard, and Rick Smith, Conductors
    • May 19, 2015
    • Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center (GA)
    • Prokofiev—Suite No. 1 from Cinderella, op. 87
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    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra: "Full Orchestra Festival Concert"
    • Rossini—William Tell Overture
    • Elgar—“Nimrod” from Enigma Variations
    • Tschaikowsky—Marche Slave, op. 31
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    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.
    • Fall Concert: "Dance Music"
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • November 5, 2013
    • Berkmar High School Auditorium, Lilburn (GA)
    • Rimsky-Korsakov—“Dance of the Tumblers” from The Snow Maiden
    • Gliere—Russian Sailor’s Dance
    • Brahms—Hungarian Dance No. 5
    • Saint-Saens—Danse Macabre
    • Saint-Saens—“Bacchanale” from Samson and Delilah

    • Chamberworks Concert
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra
    • January 13, 2014
    • Collins Hill High School Auditorium, Lawrenceville, GA
    • Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • Christopher Creviston, Saxophone
    • Sesto Quatrini, 2013 International Conductors Workshop Winner
    • Mozart—Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Allegro
    • Glazunov—Concerto in E flat Major, Op. 109
    • Barber—Adagio for Strings (Sesto Quantrini, Guest Conductor)
    • Monti—Czardas
    • Williams/Custer—John Williams Trilogy
    • Copland—“Hoedown” from Rodeo

    • Masterworks I Concert: "Prokofiev and Tschiakowsky"
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Robert Trocina, Gregory Pritchard, and Rick Smith, Conductors
    • February 22, 2014
    • Christ the King Lutheran Church, Norcross (GA)
    • Prokofiev—Peter and the Wolf, op. 67
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    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra: "Winter Pops"
    • Page/arr. Uhl—Stairway to Heaven
    • Cain/arr.Phillips—Don’t Stop Believin’
    • Arr. Moore—The King of Pop
    • Berryman/arr. Moore—Viva La Vida
    • Joe/arr Wagner—The Best of Green Day
    • Arr. Moore—Lady Gaga Hit Mix
    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.

    • Masterworks II Concert: "Dvorak, Lauridsen, and Beethoven"
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Robert Trocina, Gregory Pritchard, and Rick Smith, Conductors
    • Ritsuko Deguchi Wakabayashi (Japan), Piano
    • May 6, 2014
    • Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center (GA)
    • Beethoven—Piano Concerto in G Major, No. 4
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    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra:
    • Strauss—Die Fledermaus Overture
    • Mascagni—“Intermezzo” from Cavalleria Rusticana
    • Mussorgsky/arr. Stone—“The Great Gate of Keiv” from Pictures at an Exhibition
    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.

    • Masterworks I Concert: "Shiver"
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Robert Trocina, Gregory Pritchard, and Rick Smith, Conductors
    • Nancy Schechter, Violin
    • December 17, 2012
    • Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center (GA)
    • Vivaldi-"Winter" from the Four Seasons
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra:
    • Bizet/Isaac-“Farandole” from L’Arlesienne Suite No. 2
    • Stephan-Variations on a Well-known Sea Chantey
    • Williams-Santa Plays the Viola
    • Mozart/Frost-Symphony No. 40, mvt. I
    • Copland-“Hoedown” from Rodeo
    • Williams-Holiday Hoedown
    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.

    • Chamberworks Concert
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra
    • January 14, 2013
    • Collins Hill High School Auditorium, Lawrenceville, GA
    • Gregory Pritchard, Conductor and Bassoon
    • Michelle Merrill, 2012 International Conductors Workshop Winner
    • Vivaldi-Bassoon Concerto in F Major (Michelle Merrill, Guest Conductor)
    • Barber-Adagio for Strings
    • Anderson-Jazz Legato
    • Anderson-Jazz Pizzicato
    • Britten-Simple Symphony
    • Monday-Conquistador!

    • Masterworks II Concert: "Shine"
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Robert Trocina, Gregory Pritchard, and Rick Smith, Conductors
    • Huu Mai, Piano
    • February 17, 2013
    • Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center (GA)
    • Brahms-Serenade No. 2, op. 16
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    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra:
    • Jenkins—Palladio, mvt. I
    • Sibelius—Andante Festivo
    • Dukas/Balent—Sorcerer’s Apprentice (student conductor)
    • Meyer—Cellos Ole!
    • Rimsky-Korsakov/Dackow—Capriccio Espagnol
    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.

    • Balletworks: Swan Lake
    • Gwinnett Symphony Ballet Orchestra (GA), Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • Northeast Atlanta Ballet Company, Jennifer Gordon, Director
    • March 15, 2013 at 7:30pm
    • March 16, 2013 at 10am, 2pm, and 7:30pm
    • March 17, 2013 at 2pm
    • Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center (GA)
    • Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake Ballet (complete)

    • Masterworks III Concert: "Shimmer"
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Robert Trocina, Gregory Pritchard, and Rick Smith, Conductors
    • Rising Star Youth Piano Competition Winners, TBA
    • April 28, 2013
    • Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center (GA)
    • Beethoven-Piano Concerto No. 1
    • Youth Orchestra Repertoire, TBA
    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.

    • Masterworks I Concert: A Young Person's Guide to The Orchestra and Chorus
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra (GA)
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra, Robert Trocina, Conductor
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chorus, Rick Smith, Conductor
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra, Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra, Scott Hague, Conductor
    • October 30, 2011
    • Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center (GA)
    • Saint-Saens: Le Carnaval des Animaux
    • (Bart Gilleland, Narrator)
    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.

    • Chamberworks I Concert: Student and Teacher
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra (GA)
    • Jason Economides, Violin
    • Nancy Schechter, Violin
    • Michael Giel, Viola
    • Jim Stopher, International Conductor's Workshop Winner
    • January 23, 2012
    • Mountain View High School Auditorium
    • Bach: "Double Concerto" for Two Violins and Orchestra
    • Barber: Adagio for Strings (Jim Stopher, guest conductor)
    • Hindemith: Trauermusik for Viola and Orchestra
    • Bernstein/Moss: West Side Story
    • Tchaikovsky: "Finale" from Serenade for Strings
    • Jenkins: Palladio, mvt. I

    • Masterworks II Concert: A Romantic Valentine
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra (GA)
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Robert Trocina, Conductor
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra, Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • February 12, 2012
    • Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center (GA)
    • Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings in C Major, Op. 48 (complete)
    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.

    • Balletworks: Sleeping Beauty
    • Gwinnett Symphony Ballet Orchestra (GA), Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • Northeast Atlanta Ballet Company, Jennifer Gordon, Director
    • March 16, 2012 at 7:30pm
    • March 17, 2012 at 10am, 2pm, and 7:30pm
    • March 18, 2012 at 2pm
    • Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center (GA)
    • Tchaikovsky: Sleeping Beauty Ballet (complete)

    • Masterworks III Concert: A Grand Night for Moms!
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus (GA)
    • Young Artist's Concerto Competition Winners, TBA
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra, Robert Trocina, Conductor
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chorus, Rick Smith, Conductor
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra, Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • Gwinnett Symphony Youth Orchestra, Scott Hague, Conductor
    • May 15, 2012 at 7:30pm
    • Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center (GA)
    • Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 10 for 2 Pianos and Orchestra in Eb, K365
    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.

    • Annual Hebron Gala Concert
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus (GA)
    • May 14, 2011
    • Hebron Baptist Church, Dacula, GA
    • Mozart-Piano Concerto No. 20
    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.

    • Masterworks II Concert: A Valentine's Day Celebration
    • Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus (GA)
    • Teodora Stoyanova, Flute
    • Diane Hargreaves, Clarinet
    • February 14, 2011
    • Gwinnett Center
    • Humperdink-Hansel and Gretel Overture
    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.

    • Winter Concert: String Soloists
    • Gwinnett Symphony Chamber Orchestra (GA)
    • Gregory Pritchard, Conductor
    • Nancy Schechter, Violin
    • Cindy Beard, Viola
    • Jeff Lang, Cello
    • Lauren McCombe, Bass
    • Marcel Geraeds, 2010 International Conductors Workshop Winner
    • January 24, 2011
    • Mountain View High School Auditorium
    • Mozart-Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, mvt. 1
    • Bach-Violin Concerto in a minor
    • Sibelius-Andante Festivo
    • Telemann-Viola Concerto, mvts. 1-2
    • Barber-Adagio for Strings (Marcel Geraeds, Guest Conductor)
    • Saint-Saens-"The Swan" from Carnival of the Animals
    • Saint-Saens-"The Elephant" from Carnival of the Animals
    • Saint-Saens-"Bacchanale" from Samson and Delilah
    • Copland-"Hoedown" from Rodeo [encore]

    • Musical Evening at the Villa Codelli: "From Salzburg to Hollywood!"
    • Orchestra da Camera del Friuli Venezia Giulia
    • August 20, 2010
    • Villa Codelli, Mossa, Italy
    • Mozart-Divertimento per archi in D Major, KV 136
    • Britten-Simple Symphony
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Gazda-Appalachian Sunrise
    • Bernstein/Moss-West Side Story
    • Anderson-Jazz Legato
    • Anderson-Jazz Pizzicato
    • Williams/Custer-John Williams Trilogy
    • Hofeldt-Lullaby
    • Jenkins-Palladio, mvt I
    • Copland-"Hoedown" from Rodeo [encore]

    • Patriotic Pops Concert
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Shawn Megorden, Vocalist
    • July 3, 2010
    • Brenau University Amphitheater, Gainesville, GA
    • Key-Star Spangled Banner
    • Bernstein/Mason-Selections from West Side Story
    • Kander/Sayre-New York, New York
    • Ward/Luck-America the Beautiful
    • Sousa-Liberty Bell March
    • Clydesdale-The Star Spangled Banner
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Sousa-El Capitan March
    • Meecham-American Patrol
    • Lowden-Armed Forces Salute
    • Berlin/Ringwald-God Bless America
    • Tschaikowsky-1812 Overture
    • Sousa-Stars and Stripes Forever
    • Greenwood/Lowden-God Bless the U.S.A.

    • Winter Pops Concert
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra Big Band (GA)
    • Joe Gransden, Vocals and Trumpet
    • February 6, 2010
    • Georgia Mountains Center, Gainesville
    • Indoor Picnic Pops/Dinner Dance
    • Repertoire TBA

    • Holiday Concert
    • Messiah Sing-a-long
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Lanier Chamber Singers
    • December 8, 2009
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Handel-The Messiah (Christmas Portion)

    • Fall Classical Concert
    • Special Event--THE 9th!
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Brenau University, Lanier Chamber Singers,
    • and North Georgia College Choruses
    • October 24, 2009
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Beethoven-Symphony No. 9, "Choral" (Ode to Joy)

    • Patriotic Pops Concert
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Congressman Nathan Deal, Narrator
    • July 3, 2009
    • Brenau University Amphitheater, Gainesville, GA
    • Key-Star Spangled Banner
    • Williams-Music from The Patriot
    • Copland-Three Dance Episodes from Rodeo
    • Buckaroo Holiday
    • Saturday Night Waltz
    • Hoedown
    • Ward-America the Beautiful
    • arr. Lowden-Armed Forces Salute
    • Sousa-King Cotton March
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Sousa-Washington Post March
    • Barber-Adagio for Strings
    • Berlin/arr. Ringwald-God Bless America
    • Tschaikowsky-1812 Overture
    • Sousa-Stars and Stripes Forever March

    • Mozart Festival Performance
    • Kansas City Chamber Orchestra (MO)
    • Ben Sayevich, Violin
    • Brant Bayless, Viola
    • Lolita Lisovskaya, Piano
    • June 19, 2009
    • Unity Temple on the Plaza, Kansas City, MO
    • Mozart-Adagio and Fugue
    • Mozart-Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Mozart-Sinfonia Concertante

    • Young People's Concert
    • Kansas City Chamber Orchestra (MO)
    • Lolita Lisovskaya, Piano
    • June 18, 2009
    • Unity Temple on the Plaza, Kansas City, MO
    • Selections from June 19th Program

    • Spring Classical Concert
    • Fantastic Finales
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • April 25, 2009
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Dvorak-"Finale" from Symphony No. 9, New World
    • Brahms-"Finale" from Symphony No. 1
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Mozart-"Finale" from Symphony No. 41
    • Stravinsky-"Berceuse and Finale" from The Firebird
    • Tschaikowsky-"Finale" from Symphony No. 4

    • Georgia Music Educator's Association
    • Annual Conference and Performance
    • Brookwood High School Honors Orchestra and Chorus
    • January 29, 2009
    • Savannah Civic Center, Savannah, GA
    • Leoncavallo-"Intermezzo" from Pagliacci
    • Verdi-"Va, pensiero" from Nabucco
    • Verdi-Anvil Chorus from Il Trovatore
    • Plus additional repertoire performed by other conductors.

    • Lousiana Music Educators Association
    • Annual Conference and Performance
    • Lousiana High School All-State Orchestra
    • November 23, 2008
    • Holiday Inn Convention Center, Baton Rouge, LA
    • Tschaikowsky-Symphony No. 4 (complete)

    • Fall Classical Concert
    • French Masterworks
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • October 18, 2008
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Debussy-Prelude: Afternoon of a Faun
    • Ravel-Pavane for a Dead Princess
    • Dukas-The Sorcerer's Apprentice
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Saint-Saens-Symphony No. 3 "Organ"

    • Fall Children's Concerts
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Youth Concerto Competition Winner
    • October 17, 2008
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Williams-Olympic Fanfare and Theme
    • TBA-Concerto
    • Bernstein-Selections from West Side Story
    • Saint-Saens-Symphony No. 3 "Organ", Part II

    • Fall Classical Concert
    • The German Tradition
    • Lake Charles Symphony (LA)
    • Lina Morita, Piano
    • October 5, 2008
    • Rosa Hart Theater, Lake Charles Civic Center
    • Brahms-Academic Festival Overture
    • Beethoven-Piano Concerto No. 4
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Mahler-Symphony No. 1, "Titan"

    • Patriotic Pops Concert
    • "AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL"
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • July 3, 2008
    • Brenau University Amphitheater, Gainesville, GA
    • Repeat of July 2 Program

    • Patriotic Pops Concert and Fireworks
    • "AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL"
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • July 2, 2008
    • Cottrell Ranch, Dahlonega, GA
    • Key-Star Spangled Banner
    • Williams-Olympic Fanfare and Theme
    • arr. Custar-American Frontier Medley
    • Ives-Variations on America
    • Bernstein-Selections from West Side Story
    • Sousa-Liberty Bell March
    • arr. Lowden-Armed Forces Salute
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Cohan/arr. Rosenhaus-You're a Grand Old Flag
    • Beethoven-Wellington's Victory
    • Ward/Bates-From Sea to Shining Sea:
    • "Fantasy on America the Beautiful"
    • arr. Hayman-The Music Man: Symphonic Impressions
    • Greenwood/arr. Lowden-God Bless the USA
    • Berlin/arr. Kerr-God Bless America
    • Sousa-Stars and Stripes Forever March

    • Spring Classical Concert-"Trading Places"
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Gregory Pritchard, Conductor and Bassoon
    • Adrian Gnam, Guest Conductor and Oboe
    • April 26, 2008
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Beethoven-Symphony No. 1 (Adrian Gnam, Conducting)
    • Weber-Andante and Hungarian Rondo
    • (Gregory Pritchard, Bassoon)
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Cimarosa-Oboe Concerto (Adrian Gnam, Oboe)
    • Mendelssohn-Symphony No. 4, "Italian"

    • Winter Classical Concert
    • Lake Charles Symphony (LA)
    • Michael Buckles, Violin
    • February 24, 2008
    • Rosa Hart Theater, Lake Charles Civic Center
    • Wagner-Tannhauser Overture
    • Mozart-Symphony No. 40 in g minor
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Mendelssohn-Violin Concerto

    • Holiday Pops Concert
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Scott Fugate, Narrator
    • December 13, 2007
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Repeat of December 11 Program

    • Holiday Pops Concert
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Scott Fugate, Narrator
    • December 11, 2007
    • Fieldstone Family Entertainment Center, Hiawassee, GA
    • Rimsky-Korsakov-Christmas Eve Polonaise
    • Mozart-Sleigh Ride
    • Anderson-Sleigh Ride
    • Davis-Selections from Christmas Sweet
    • Holcombe-"Twas the Night Before Christmas
    • (Scott Fugate, Narrator)
    • Arr. Moss-Holiday Sing-a-long
    • Herbert-"March of the Toys" from Babes in Toyland
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Arr. Sayre-Let it Snow
    • Anderson-Suite of Carols
    • Adam/Custar-O Holy Night
    • Vaughan Williams/Greaves-Fantasia on 'Greensleeves'
    • Holst-"Finale" from Saint Paul Suite
    • Silvestri/Ballard-Polar Express Suite

    • Messiah Concert
    • Brookwood Honors Orchestra and Chorus (GA)
    • November 27, 2007
    • Brookwood High School Theater, Snellville, GA
    • Handel-The Messiah (Christmas Portion)

    • Children's Concerts-Salute to America
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Megan Ganyard, Violin
    • November 15, 2007
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Key-Star Spangled Banner
    • Gould-American Salute
    • arr. Custar-"Ashokan Farewell" from
    • PBS series "The Civil War"
    • Alford-Colonel Bogey March
    • Saint-Saens-Violin Concerto No. 3, mvt. III
    • Copland-Fanfare for the Common Man
    • Copland-"Hoedown" from Rodeo
    • Sousa-Stars and Stripes Forever March

    • Fall Classical Concert-Classical Masterworks
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Miranda Dohrman, Clarinet
    • October 30, 2007
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Mendelssohn-The Hebrides Overture,
    • "Fingal's Cave", Op. 26
    • Mozart-Clarinet Concerto in A Major
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Tschaikowsky-Symphony No. 5 in e minor

    • Fall Classical Concert
    • Macon Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Janice Martin, Violin, Piano, and Voice
    • October 27, 2007
    • Macon Opera House
    • Sullivan-HMS Pinafore Overture
    • Arr. Martin-Paganinni Mania for Violin, Voice, and Piano
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Kodaly-Hary Janos Suite

    • Fall Children's Concerts
    • Macon Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Janice Martin, Violin, Piano, and Voice
    • October 26, 2007
    • Macon Opera House
    • Sullivan-HMS Pinafore Overture
    • Arr. Martin-Paganinni Mania for Violin, Voice, and Piano
    • Kodaly-Hary Janos Suite (selections)

    • Patriotic Pops Concert
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • July 3, 2007
    • Brenau University Amphitheater, Gainesville, GA
    • Repeat of July 1 Program

    • Picnic at the Pops-Patriotic Concert and Fireworks
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • July 1, 2007
    • Cottrell Ranch, Dahlonega, GA
    • Key-Star Spangled Banner
    • Gould-American Salute
    • Sousa-Washington Post March
    • arr. Hermann-George M. Cohan Salute
    • arr. Custar-"Ashokan Farewell" from PBS
    • series "The Civil War"
    • Alford-Colonel Bogey March
    • Rodgers/Bennett-"Victory at Sea"
    • Symphonic Scenario
    • arr. Lowden-Armed Forces Salute
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Copland-Fanfare for the Common Man
    • Copland-"Hoedown" from Rodeo
    • Bagley-National Emblem March
    • Williams-Summon the Heroes
    • Ward-America the Beautiful
    • Tschaikowsky-1812 Overture
    • Sousa-Stars and Stripes Forever March

    • Spring Classical Concert
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Kenneth Lambert, Violin
    • April 20, 2007
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Ralph Vaughan Williams-Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis
    • Franz Joseph Haydn-Symphony No. 104, "London"
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Felix Mendelssohn-Violin Concerto in e minor, op. 64 (Kenneth Lambert, Violin)

    • Winter Pops Concert
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra Big Band (GA)
    • Gregory Pritchard, Conductor and Saxophone
    • Shawn Megorden, Vocalist
    • January 27, 2007
    • Georgia Mountains Center, Gainesville
    • Prima-Sing, Sing, Sing
    • Strayhorn-Take the A Train
    • Green-Until I Met You
    • Mercer/Mancini-Moon River
    • Sigman/Gray-Pennsylvania 6-5000
    • DeMoraes/Jobim-Girl from Ipanema
    • Hart/Rodgers-My Funny Vanentine
    • Loesser/Discenza-Baby it's Cold Outside
    • Bernie-Sweet Georgia Brown
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Basie-One O'Clock Jump
    • Gray-String of Pearls
    • Troup/Discenza-Route 66
    • Hamilton/Lewis-How High the Moon
    • Burke/Garner-Misty
    • Gershwin-Someone to Watch Over Me
    • Lerner/Loewe-Almost Like Being in Love
    • Gorrell/Carmichael-Georgia On My Mind
    • Raye/Prince-Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

    • Holiday Pops Concert
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Kenneth Lambert, Violin
    • December 14, 2006
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Repeat of December 12 program

    • Holiday Pops Concert
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Kenneth Lambert, Violin
    • December 12, 2006
    • Fieldstone Family Entertainment Center, Hiawassee, GA
    • Anderson-A Christmas Festival
    • arr. Custar-Winter Wonderland
    • arr. Chase-White Christmas
    • Massenet--Meditation from Thais (Ken Lambert, violin)
    • arr. Moss-Frosty the Snowman
    • arr. Cerrulli-The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
    • arr. Hayman-Carol of the Bells
    • arr. Moss-A Holiday Sing-a-long
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • arr. Holcombe-Festive Sounds of Hanukah
    • Torme/Lowden-The Christmas Song
    • Tschaikowsky-Excerpts from The Nutcracker
    • Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy
    • Arabian Dance
    • Chinese Dance
    • Dance of the Mirlitons
    • Pas de Deux
    • arr. Gold-Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
    • Bizet--"Farandole" from L'Arlesienne

    • 2006 LMEA All-State Performance
    • Louisiana High School All-State Orchestra
    • November 19, 2006
    • Louisiana Music Educators Association Conference
    • Copland-Fanfare for the Common Man
    • Grieg-Peer Gynt Suite No. 1
    • I. Morning Mood
    • II. Aase's Death
    • III.Anitra's Dance
    • IV. In the Hall of the Mountain King
    • Moss-James Horner: Hollywood Blockbusters
    • Glinka-Russlan and Ludmilla Overture

    • Children's Concerts-"World Music"
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • November 9, 2006
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Key-Star Spangled Banner (United States)
    • Rossini-William Tell Overture, finale (Italy)
    • Beethoven-Symphony No. 5, mvt I (Germany)
    • Bizet-Prelude to Carmen (France)
    • Tschaikowsky-1812 Overture (Russia)
    • Sousa-Stars and Stripes Forever (United States)

    • Fall Classical Concert
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Miro Gomez, Cello
    • October 27, 2006
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Ives-The Unanswered Question
    • Elgar-Cello Concerto (Miro Gomez, cello)
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Beethoven-Symphony No. 5

    • Patriotic Pops Concert-"Who's on 1st"
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Scott Fugate & Vanessa Hyatt, Narrators
    • July 1, 2006
    • Brenau University Amphitheater
    • Key-Star Spangled Banner
    • PDQ Bach-New Horizons in Music Appreciation: Beethoven's Fifth
    • (Scott Fugate/Vanessa Hyatt, Narrators)
    • Mendelssohn-Scherzo from Midsummer Night's Dream
    • Bizet-Prelude to Carmen (Auction Winner-Guest Conductor)
    • Reineke-Casey at the Bat (Scott Fugate, Narrator)
    • Rossini-"Finale" from William Tell Overture
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Arr. Wendel-An Old Fashioned Summer
    • Arr. Rosenhaus-Take Me out to the Ball Game
    • Berlin-God Bless America (James Taylor, Trumpet)
    • Arr. Lowden-Armed Forces Salute
    • Tschaikowsky-1812 Overture
    • Sousa-Stars and Stripes Forever

    • SEASON 2005-2006 Back to top
    • Spring Classical Concert--Back to Nature-Mahler's 1st
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • April 1, 2006
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Copland-Appalachian Spring
    • (Original Chamber Version)
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Mahler-Symphony No. 1 in D, "Titan"

    • January Picnic Pops-Swing, Swing, Swing
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra Big Band (GA)
    • Gregory Pritchard, Conductor and Saxophone
    • Shawn Megorden, Vocalist
    • January 28, 2006
    • Georgia Mountain Center
    • Dinner and Dancing with the 1st performance
    • of the Gainesville Symphony Big Band
    • In the Mood
    • One O'Clock Jump
    • Mack the Knife
    • What a Wonderful World
    • Don't Get Around Much Anymore
    • Embraceable You
    • It's Only a Paper Moon
    • String of Pearls
    • Sing, Sing, Sing
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
    • Pennsylvania 6-5000
    • Harlem Nocturne
    • It Had to Be You
    • My Funny Valentine
    • Teach Me Tonight
    • Isn't it Romantic
    • Take the A Train
    • Sweet Georgia Brown
    • Georgia on My Mind

    • 1st Annual Holiday Pops
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Kelli Knudsen, Vocalist
    • December 15, 2005
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Repeat of December 13th Program.

    • Hiawassee Holiday Pops
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Kelli Knudsen, Vocalist
    • December 13, 2005
    • Fieldstone Family Entertainment Center, Hiawassee, GA
    • Anderson-A Christmas Festival
    • Chase-Around the World at Christmas Time
    • Schubert-Ave Maria (Kelli Knudsen, Vocalist)
    • Pugh-A Charlie Brown Christmas
    • Ballard-Concert Suite from Polar Express
    • Tschaikowsky-"Waltz of the Flowers"
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Custer-Canadian Brass Christmas
    • Holcombe-Festive Sounds of Hanukah
    • Adam-Cantique de Noel
    • Berlin-White Christmas
    • Moss-Christmas Sing-a-Long
    • Anderson-Sleigh Ride

    • Fall Classical Concert-New Beginnings
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Joseph Genualdi, Violin
    • October 27, 2005
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Beethoven-Egmont Overture
    • Mozart-Symphony No. 35, "Haffner"
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Tschaikowsky-Violin Concerto

    • Patriotic Pops Concert
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • David Thomas, Vocalist
    • July 3, 2005
    • Brenau University Amphitheater
    • Repeat of July 1 Program

    • Patriotic Pops Concert
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • David Thomas, Vocalist
    • July 1, 2005
    • The Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds, Hiawassee, GA
    • Key-Star Spangled Banner
    • Gould-American Salute
    • Wilhousky-Battle Hymn of the Republic
    • Greenwood-God Bless the USA
    • Sousa-Washington Post March
    • Williams-Superman March
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • arr. Lowden-Armed Forces Salute
    • Ward-America the Beautiful
    • Berlin-God Bless America
    • Tschaikowsky-1812 Overture
    • Sousa-Stars and Stripes Forever

    • Spring Classical Concert-German Masterworks
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • Ralph Votapek, Piano
    • April 22, 2005
    • Brenau University Pearce Auditorium
    • Mozart-Overture to The Marriage of Figaro, K. 492
    • Beethoven-Piano Concerto No. 5 in E Flat Major, Op. 73, "Emperor"
    • (Ralph Votapek, Piano)
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Brahms-Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 73

    • Patriotic Pops Concert
    • Gainesville Symphony Orchestra (GA)
    • John Melvin, Narrator
    • July 3, 2004
    • Brenau University Amphitheater, Gainesville, GA
    • Williams-Summon the Heroes
    • Gershwin/Whitney-American in Paris Suite
    • Beckel-Liberty for All (John Melvin, Narrator)
    • Sousa-The Liberty Bell March
    • Williams-Music from The Patriot
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Copland-"Hoedown" from Rodeo
    • Alford-Colonel Bogey March
    • arr. Custar-American Frontier Medley
    • arr. Lowden-Armed Forces Salute
    • Tschaikowsky-1812 Overture
    • Sousa-Stars and Stripes Forever

    • "From Sea to Shining Sea"-A Memorial Weekend Celebration
    • North Georgia Symphony
    • Terry Morris, Baritone
    • May 29, 2004
    • Brookwood High School Theater, Snellville, GA
    • Key-Star Spangled Banner
    • Bernstein-Overture to Candide
    • arr. Whitney-Highlights from My Fair Lady
    • Leigh-"Impossible Dream" from Man of La Mancha
    • Horner-Hollywood Blockbusters
    • Williams-Superman March
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Copland-"Buckaroo Holiday" from Rodeo
    • Grofe-"On the Trail" from Grand Canyon Suite
    • arr. Lowden-Armed Forces Salute
    • Ward-America the Beautiful
    • Berlin-God Bless America
    • Sousa-Stars and Stripes Forever

    • "American Classics" A Memorial Weekend Celebration
    • North Georgia Symphony
    • Major Jim Freeman, Narrator
    • Kelli Knudesn, Vocalist
    • May 24, 2003
    • Brookwood High School Theater, Snellville, GA
    • Key-Star Spangled Banner
    • Williams-Olympic Fanfare and Theme
    • Steiner-"Tara" from Gone With the Wind
    • arr. Sayre-Gershwin in Concert
    • Gershwin-"Summertime" from Porgy and Bess
    • Bernstein-Selections from West Side Story
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Copland-"Hoedown" from Rodeo
    • Ward-America the Beautiful
    • arr. Lowden-Armed Forces Salute
    • Clydesdale-The Star-Spangled Banner
    • Berlin-God Bless America
    • Sousa-Stars and Stripes Forever

    • "United We Stand" A Memorial Weekend Celebration
    • North Georgia Symphony
    • Major Jim Freeman, Narrator
    • Marjorie Barnes, Vocalist
    • May 25, 2002
    • Brookwood High School Theater, Snellville, GA
    • Key-Star Spangled Banner
    • Gould-American Salute
    • Ward-America the Beautiful
    • arr. Wilhousky-Battle Hymn of the Republic
    • Copland-Lincoln Portrait
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Copland-Fanfare for the Common Man
    • Barber-Adagio for Strings
    • arr. Lowden-Armed Forces Salute
    • arr. Sayre-New York, New York
    • Berlin-God Bless America
    • Sousa-Stars and Stripes Forever

    • Faust
    • Opera Company of Mid-Michigan
    • Christopher Haney, Terry Morris, Cynthia Douglas,
    • Justin Ryan, Kate Whittington, Adam Grapa,
    • and Kathleen Kenny
    • June 10, 2000
    • Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
    • Gounod-Faust (Complete)

    • "Side by Side" with the Gwinnett Youth Orchestra
    • The Gwinnett Orchestra
    • May 14, 2000
    • Mountain Park Methodist Church, Stone Mountain, GA
    • Rossini-William Tell Overture
    • Tschaikowsky-"Finale" from Symphony No. 5 in e minor
    • Ivanov-Procession of the Sardar
    • Sousa-Stars and Stripes Forever

    • Spring Classical Concert
    • Russian Romantics
    • The Gwinnett Orchestra (GA)
    • Ralph Votapek, Piano
    • March 18, 2000
    • Mountain Park Methodist Church, Stone Mountain, GA
    • Glinka-Russlan and Ludmilla Overture
    • Rachmaninoff-Piano Concerto No. 2
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Tschaikowsky-Symphony No. 5 in e minor, op. 64

    • Madama Butterfly
    • Opera Company of Mid-Michigan
    • Meridith Zara, Matthew Tuell, Terry Morris, Kathryn Hartgrove,
    • Christopher Mitchell, Jeff MacMullen, Eric Tanona,
    • and Kenton Barnes
    • June 15, 1999
    • Michigan State University, East Lansing
    • Puccini-Madama Butterfly (complete)

    • Spring Classical Concert
    • Georgia State University Chamber Orchestra
    • April 7, 1999
    • Rialto Center for the Performing Arts, Atlanta, GA
    • Copland-Fanfare for the Common Man
    • Dvorak-Serenade in E minor, Op. 22
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Brahms-Serenade No. 2 in A Major

    • Spring Classical Concert
    • Georgia State University Symphony Orchestra
    • Terry Morris, Baritone
    • March 4, 1999
    • Rialto Center for the Performing Arts, Atlanta, GA
    • Glinka-Overture to Russlan and Ludmilla
    • Gounod-Messe Solennelle en Thonneur de Saint Cecile
    • (John Haberlen, Conductor)
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Mozart-"Non Piu Andrai" from Le Nozze di Figaro
    • Giordano-"Nemico Delle Patria" from Andrea Chenier
    • Bizet-"Toreador Song" from carmen
    • Rimsky-Korsakov-Capriccio Espagnol, op. 34

    • Winter Classical Concert
    • Concerto Winners
    • Georgia State University Symphony Orchestra
    • Young-Ok Kim, Soprano, Kathy Massengill, Flute, Michael Zuspan,
    • Piano, Heather Moncrief, Cello, Miro Gomez, Cello
    • February 5, 1999
    • Georgia State University Recital Hall, Atlanta
    • Weber-Overture to "Oberon"
    • Puccini-"Quando me'n vo soletta" from La Boheme (Young-Ok Kim, Soprano)
    • Kennan-Night Soliloquy (Kathy Massengill, Flute)
    • Chopin-Andante spianato and Grande Polonaise, op. 22 (Michael Zuspan, Piano)
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Shostakovich-Cello Concerto No. 1, op. 107, I. Allegretto (Heather Moncrief, Cello)
    • Elgar-Cello Concerto, I. Adagio-II.Largo-Allegro molto (Miro Gomez, Cello)
    • Tschaikowsky-Marche Slav, op. 31

    • Winter Concert
    • Gwinnett County Youth Symphony (GA)
    • Oliver Steiner, Violin
    • Tania Maxwell, Viola
    • December 14, 1998
    • Lawrenceville Church of God, GA
    • Rossini-Overture to The Barber of Seville
    • Mozart-Sinfonia Concertante, Allegro maestoso
    • (Oliver Steiner, violin and Tania Maxwell, Viola)
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Dvorak-Symphony No. 8 in G Major, op. 88

    • Gala Holiday Concert
    • Georgia State University Symphony Orchestra
    • Magdelena Moulson, Soprano
    • Dwight Coleman, Baritone
    • December 7, 1998
    • Rialto Center for the Performing Arts, Atlanta, GA
    • (additional selections by other ensembles and conductors)
    • Korsakov-"Polonaise" from Chrismas Eve
    • Schubert-Ave Maria
    • Bizet-"Farandole" from L'Arlesienne
    • Torme-The Christmas Song
    • Tschaikowsky-Selections from The Nutcracker
    • Pas de Deux
    • Danse de le Fee-Dragee
    • Valse Finale et Apotheos

    • Fall Classical Concert
    • Georgia State University Symphony Orchestra
    • Geoffrey Haydon, Cary Lewis, and James Lyke, Pianos
    • November 19, 1998
    • Rialto Center for the Performing Arts, Atlanta, GA
    • Korsakov-"Polonaise" from Christmas Eve
    • Mozart-Concerto for Three Pianos in F Major, K. 242
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Mendelssohn-Symphony No. 5 in D Major, op. 107, "Reformation"

    • Fall Classical Concert
    • Georgia State University Symphony Orchestra
    • Alexander Krakovski, Clarinet
    • October 13, 1998
    • Rialto Center for the Performing Arts, Atlanta, GA
    • Beethoven-Egmont Overture, op. 84
    • Debussy-Premire Rhapsodie for Clarinet and Orchestra
    • Shaw-Clarinet Concerto
    • Saint-Saens-"Bacchanle" from Samson et Dalila, op. 47

    • Spring Concert
    • Kokomo Symphony Youth Orchestra (IN)
    • May 5, 1996
    • Grace United Methodist Church, Kokomo, IN
    • Copland-Fanfare for the Common Man
    • Stravinsky-"Berceuse and Finale" from The Firebird
    • Mozart-"Allegro" from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Jacob Chi, Guest Conductor)
    • Ives-The Unanswered Question
    • Offenbach-Orpheus in the Underworld

    • Spring Concert
    • Holland Area Youth Orchestra (MI)
    • March 12, 1995
    • West Ottawa High School Performing Arts Center, Holland, MI
    • Ott-Wild Orchid Overture
    • Sibelius-Finlandia
    • -- INTERMISSION --
    • Schumann-Introduction and Allegro appassionato, op. 92
    • Ives-The Unanswered Question
    • Dvorak-"Finale" from Symphony No. 8