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Congratulations to the students from the following studios!
Joan Bob, viola: John McIntyre performed the Stravinsky Elegie at a Master Class with Katherine Murdock and Daniel Foster on Viola Day at University of Maryland College Park.
Marian Buck-Lew, piano: Mireille Lechliter is a sophomore at Marriott Ridge High School in Ellicott City where she is a violinist in the school's String Ensemble. In April, the String Ensemble was invited to perform in the Tennessee Music Festival in Nashville where the members received the Silver Award for their outstanding performance.
Cathleen Jeffcoat, violin: Raphael Erfe received a 1 rating (99%) for his performance at the Howard County Solo and Ensemble Festival. He will advance to participate in the All State Solo and Ensemble Festival on Saturday May 11. Eric Weber and Anna Freedman have been chosen to be part of a new selective Honors String Chamber Ensemble at Wilde Lake High School for Fall 2013.
Timothy McKay, percussion, is saying goodbye to four wonderful seniors, who are off to bigger and better things! Justin Kelly, student of eight years, will be pursuing a double major in percussion and physics at Carnegie Melon University. He will be attending the two-week Tanglewood Percussion Seminar in June. Amanda Leopold, student of four years, will be attending Oberlin College in the fall. Michael Hagen, student of four years, will be pursuing a music technology major at Elon University. Jonathan Seibert, student of three years, will be attending UMBC as a computer science major. TMI alumnus and current Oberlin Conservatory student Michael Mazzullo performed at Carnegie Hall in January with the Oberlin Orchestra.
William S. Murphy, composition and piano: TMI alumnus Stefan Palen has been invited to participate in the Tanglewood Young Composers' Program. Mr. Palen thanks Mr. Murphy for his huge support and knowledge and says that he could not have achieved this without The Music Institute and Mr. Murphy, in particular.
Lisa Rehwoldt, piano: TMI alumna and current HCC student, Vivian Wang, has been accepted to MIT, Cal Tech, and Stanford. This semester she performed the Bach Prelude and Fugue in Bb Major (Bk. I) for the master class with Kenneth Slowick. Ameya Sriram was the winner of the 4th and 5th grade Spelling Bee at Centennial Lane Elementary School. Faith and Hope Chang sang a duet in the Clarksville Elementary School production of School House Rock this fall and both sang in their school chorus in the Philadelphia Thanksgiving parade. Faith auditioned and was featured as a soloist in the winter choral concert at her school. A high school senior at McDonough School, Catherine O'Callaghan was accepted at Carnegie Mellon University as an engineering major.
Elizabeth Berman, oboe:
Joan Bob, viola & violin:
Amelia Fannin, bassoon:
Melissa Lindon, flute:
Timothy McKay, percussion:
Melissa Wertheimer, flute:
The Howard County GT Orchestra will be performing a side-by-side program with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra! The concert is February 20th at 7:30 pm at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore. Many of TMI’s fabulous students will be involved. The program features: Shizuo Kuwahara, conductor, and Alisa Hwang, pianist; Ms. Hwang will perform the 1st movement of Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 3. Other works includes Adams’ Short Ride in a Fast Machine, the Enigma Variations by Elgar, and select movements from Mahler’s Symphony No. 1. Tickets are $15 and may be purchased from Howard County Gifted and Talented orchestra members, or by sending a check payable to Howard County Public School System (HCPSS) to: Rosemary Lather—BSO Side-by-Side, River Hill High School, 12101 Route 108, Clarksville, MD 21029.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!