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February 25, 2018
  • Winter Concert, featuring Euclid Quartet, Natasha Stoyanovksa, and Concerto Competition winners

    February 25, 2018 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
    John Adams High School 808 S Twyckenham Dr, South Bend, IN 46615, United States

    Tickets on sale starting early Feb for public. Adults $10, students $5; children 5 and under are free. Ticket Order form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScdYI7RnPYvaH1eE3akMlVBw6_QoCwC5bkDxSQsttgUiAWGRA/viewform

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    Repertoire:

    Vaughan-Williams’ “Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis” - guest soloists, The Euclid Quartet (Jameson Cooper, violin; Brendan Shea, violin; Luis Vargas, viola; Jacqueline Choi, cello)

    Gershwin, “Rhapsody in Blue” - guest soloist Natasha Stoyanovska, piano

    Kabalevsky, Cello Concerto, 3rd mvmt - Jamison Moore, cello (co-winner, SBYSO 2017-18 concerto competition)

    Grieg, Piano Concerto, 1st mvmt - Gretchen Wedertz, piano (co-winner, SBYSO 2017-18 concerto competition)

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SBYSO's winter concert, "Music With Friends" features the Euclid Quartet performing Vaughan-Williams' Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis, and Natasha Stoyanovska performing "Rhapsody in Blue," as well as our 2 concerto competition winners. Concert Orchestra and Symphony Orchestra will both perform. Don't miss it! ... See MoreSee Less

Winter Concert - "Music With Friends"

February 25, 2018, 4:00pm - February 25, 2018, 6:00pm

SBYSO's winter concert, "Music With Friends" features the Euclid Quartet performing Vaughan-Williams' Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis, and Natasha Stoyanovska performing "Rhapsody in Blue," as we...

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Dear ALUMNI, did you know that SBYSO members live on average, 5.3 years longer, and report 28% higher incomes than their non-orchestra peers?

Okay, we're not sure either of those two claims are true.

What is true, is that we need your help. The SBYSO turns 50 this year. We want to make a short documentary on what has happened over five decades. This is where you come in...

We need old pictures, programs, stories (either written, spoken, or a video of yourself recalling memories using a video camera/computer/cellphone/phantasmagoria, your choice...) and any cherished moments you think should be included in a history of the SBYSO since 1968.

Send us your memories. Tell us what you remember most. What did you love? What music did you play? Who was your conductor? How did it change your life? What was it like to be a member back then?

Send whatever you wish to: sbyso@sbyso.org
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