Santa Barbara Music & Arts Conservatory’s 28th Annual Young Soloists Showcase in the Historic Granada TheatreDate: Sun, May 6th 2012
Additional Time Info: 3pm
External Link: Event Website
Location: The Granada Theatre
Exceptional young musicians from The Music and Arts Conservatory of Santa Barbara will realize their dreams by performing with a professional orchestra in a breathtaking display of young talent on Sunday, May 6, 3 p.m. in The Granada Theater. This is the Conservatory’s 28th Annual Young Soloists Showcase Concert where the soloists, chosen from an audition process, will perform in front of a full, professional orchestra conductor Avlana Eisenberg.
Tickets are $25 and available at the Granada Box office and by calling 805-899-2222. For more information about the organization, enrollment, string ensembles, concert schedule updates and ways to help, email email@example.com, or visit www.sbmac.org.
Conservatory winners, what high school they currently attend and what they will perform are:
Sofya Prykhitko, Violin. San Marcos HS.
Polonaise in D Major, by Henri Wieniawski
Michael Sikich, Home-Schooled.
Concerto No. 4, by Beethoven
Camille Miller, Violin. Dos Pueblos HS.
Zigeunerweisen, by Pablo Sarasate
Joshelle Conley, Violin. Highland Preparatory School.
Concerto in g minor, by Max Bruch
Andrew Horak, Violin. Laguna Blanca School.
Violin Concerto in d minor, by Max Bruch
Marcos Schneider, Piano. Bishop Diego HS.
Concerto in f minor, by J.S. Bach
Grace Stanton, Piano. Home-Schooled.
Concerto in f minor, by Frederick Chopin
Daria Etezadi, Piano. Laguna Blanca School.
Warsaw Concerto, by Richard Addinsell
Sophia Zheng, Piano. Dos Pueblos HS.
Concerto in a minor, by Schumann
The Santa Barbara Music & Arts Conservatory, established in 1989 by founding director Lana Bodnar, is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering full growth and creativity in our youth, the pursuit of excellence in a safe environment, and the celebration of artistic tradition as an expression of our humanity. The organization receives in-kind support from The Granada Theatre, Maravilla Senior Living Community and SBCC.