The orchestra is made up of a wonderful core membership that has been with us for as long as 15 years!

The orchestra has had illustrious soloists such as Gil Shaham and David Krakauer when they were up-and-coming young artists and the distinguished roster of Music Directors from Yaacov Bergman to Sean Kubota attests to the great quality of musicianship that is created every week at 92Y. Our new Music Director, Tomo Matsuo, is a Juilliard and Yale trained artist with much experience in the music world as a pianist and conductor. We are all excited to see what the 98th season brings and hope you will be joining us—in the audience, if not on the stage. The orchestra is once again free to all members. Hope to see you soon.

–Yana Stotland,
Director, 92Y School of Music

Concert: Sun, Apr 19 at 7:30 pm in Buttenweiser Hall.
Program: L.v. Beethoven Symphony No. 6 in F major, Op. 68 “Pastoral”
M. Ravel Tzigane – Kit Ying Cheng, violin, winner of the 92Y Concerto Competition

92Y School of Music wishes to thank Matthias Lehner of Matthias Lehner Violins for their generous gift of loaning a violin to the concerto competition winner to perform at the School of Music concert.

Bio

Kit Ying Cheng, age 15, is a sophomore at West Windsor Plainsboro High School South. She has been studying the violin since she was three years old, under her father’s tutelage. Before immigrating to the United States in 2010, she participated in several music organizations and festivals including the Hong Kong Community Youth Club and the Hong Kong Schools Music Festival. She has earned the Trinity College London Associate and Licentiate Diplomas, as well as several certificates from The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music and the Shanghai Conservatory of Music. After coming to the United States, she has won first place in the Binghamton Youth Symphony Concerto Competition 2012, STMTA High School Competition 2014 and 92Y Concerto Competition 2015. Kit is currently attending the Juilliard Pre-College Program in New York City, studying with Elizabeth Chang.

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  • 92Y School of Music Orchestra Concert

    Date: Sun, Apr 19, 2015, 7:30 pm

    Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

    Venue: Buttenwieser Hall

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