Concert for Community

Saturday, March 18, 2017
3:00 p.m.
Wait Chapel | Wake Forest University

Free concert! More below.

Winston-Salem Symphony
WSS Youth Symphony
Angelina Ning, piano
Hannah Lee, violin
Robert Moody and Jessica Morel, conductors

Derek Wesley ARNOLD The HMS Victory Under Full Sail
MENDELSSOHN Piano Concerto No. 1 in G minor (first movement)
LALO Symphonie espagnole (final movement)
HOLST The Planets, Op. 32

This free concert, now in its ninth season, has become a springtime favorite! Enjoy a colorful program of overtures, concertos performed by young star soloists, and gargantuan works for the combined forces of the Winston-Salem Symphony and their student counterparts in the WSS Youth Symphony. A wonderful, family afternoon of music.

Photo: J Farley Photography

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This is a free concert, but tickets are required.

Saturday, Mar 18, 2017
3:00 p.m.
Special Concert

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Wait Chapel, Wake Forest University
1834 Wake Forest Rd.
Winston-Salem, NC 27105

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The Concert for Community is presented and underwritten by the Montgomery/Tucker Charitable Fund.

Angelina Ning

Angelina Ning, piano

Angelina Ning, age 12, is from Charlotte, N.C. She began playing piano at the age of five and is currently studying with Dr. Marina Lomazov and Dr. Joseph Rackers. She has won many awards, including grand prizes at the 2016 Carmel International Piano Competition in the intermediate solo and concerto divisions, second place at the 2016 Kathleen Price and Joseph M. Bryan Youth Concerto Competition, first place and best performance of a solo piece in the 2016 East Carolina University Young Artists Competition, first place in 2016 North Carolina MTNA solo performance, and first place in the 2014 Romantic Impressionistic Piano Competition in Atlanta. She made her orchestral debut with the Alicante Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Uri Segal in July 2015 and 2016. She has also been awarded many top prizes for the North Carolina Music Teachers Association.

hannah lee

Hannah Lee, violin

Sixteen-year old Korean-American violinist Hannah Lee is from Cary, North Carolina. At the age of five she began her piano study, and she won first place in four consecutive NC Music Teachers Association piano competitions. Lee began playing the violin at the age of nine. In her sophomore year of high school, she transferred from a public school to the University of North Carolina School of the Arts as a violin major, to study with Kevin Lawrence in pursuit of a music career. In 2015, Lee won first prize in the Raleigh Music Competition, receiving the Wieniawski Prize. She has been selected to perform in masterclasses with Ara Gregorian and Min-Young Kim of the Daedalus Quartet.

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