Solo Spotlights

Sunday, January 29  |  06:00 PM

Don’t miss this exclusive Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra mid-season performance at Los Angeles’ St. James Church, as part of its Great Music / Classical  Sundays at Six series. It will feature Tchaikovsky’s rarely heard Elegy, a musical gem by Mozart, and one of Frank Martin’s most enthralling works – all with our biggest lineup of young talent yet! This concert is free of charge and seating will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

Program

P.I. Tchaikovsky – Elegy in G Major for String Orchestra, TH 51

W.A. Mozart – Divertimento No. 1 in D major, K.136

Frank Martin – Concerto for 7 Wind Instruments, Timpani, Percussion, and Strings

   Ally Cheng, flute
   Jennifer St. John, oboe
   Sydney Horst, horn
   Tali Duckworth, trumpet
   Jason Bernhard, trombone

(concert without intermission)

Artists

Jason Bernhard

Jason Bernhard

Making his debut with the Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra and first studying under Amy Bowers, Jason is a 2nd-year undergradate Trombone Performance major at UCLA, currently working with James Miller, Associate Principal Trombone of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.

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Ally Cheng

Ally Cheng

Making her debut with the Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra, Ally started playing flute at age 8, studying first under Natalie Haworth-Liu and now under Rachel Mellis.

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Tali Duckworth

Tali Duckworth

Born in Philadelphia and making her debut with the Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra, Tali is a graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy and is currently studying classical trumpet performance at the University of Southern California under Jennifer Marotta and Tom Hooten, Principal Trumpet of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. 

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Sydney Horst

Sydney Horst

Making her debut with the Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra, Sydney Horst was born and raised in Southern California and has been performing as a soloist and chamber musician for the last ten years.

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Venue

St. James Episcopal Church

St. James Episcopal Church

The year 2020 marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of our series Great Music at St. James as well as the twenty-fifth anniversary of the rebuilding of our magnificent 1911 Murray Harris organ in St. James’ Church from the former St. Paul’s Cathedral.

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