May 30

Harmony All Stars

David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center

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The New York Philharmonic and Harmony Program, a nonprofit organization that provides free instruments and daily classical music instruction to children in economically challenged communities across New York City, will collaborate again in the annual Harmony Program All Stars Ensemble. The 2018 All Stars—18 promising young musicians selected after two rounds of auditions—participate in a yearlong mentorship with New York Philharmonic musicians. This is the culmination of their work. 



Michael Mikula: Selections from 10 Two-Page Duets for Trumpet and Tuba   

Telemann: Concerto for Four Violins in D major

J. S. Bach (arr. M. Isaac): Allegro, from Brandenburg Concerto No. 5

Richard Meyer: A Fiddler’s Fancy

Bernstein (arr. J. Moss): “Somewhere,” from West Side Story



Joshua Gersen, conductor

Hae-Young Ham, violin

Kuan Cheng Lu, violin

Peter Kenote, viola

Blake Hinson, bass

George Curran, trombone


Harmony All Stars

Luigi Auquilla (violin), Jennifer Calderon (cello), William Chen (violin), Christele Cherestal (violin), Angelo Chery (violin), Weng Ying Chong (violin), Simeon Drame (violin), Matthias Encarnacion (viola), Annie Feng, (violin), Maya Grate (violin), Ryan Hau (bass), Renata Moreno (cello), Romina Moreno (cello), Thanddnes Palmer (trumpet), Izabella Pozo (viola), Charlotte Wang (violin), Victoria Wheby (violin), Alice Wong (violin)

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