Join the 92Y School of Music Orchestra in celebrating its 99th Season with this winter concert performance.

The program will be presented by Tomo Matsuo and includes a performance of Johannes Brahms’s Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 73, as well as a performance of vocal works featuring renowned soprano and Chair of the 92Y School of Music Vocal Department Ann Hoyt as soloist.

Artist Bios

Tomo Matsuo, presenter

Tomo MatsuoA Japanese-American pianist and conductor, Tomo Matsuo has garnered acclaim around the world as an exciting and versatile performer and is one of his generation’s rising talents. A native of Chicago, Matsuo began his piano studies at age six and made his professional debut with the Greenville Symphony Orchestra at age twelve. Matsuo continued his formal studies at The Juilliard School, Royal Conservatory and Yale University under the tutelage of Boris Berman, Peter Frankl, Yoheved Kaplinsky and John Perry. He currently serves as the Music Director of the 92Y School of Music Orchestra, established in 1917 and the longest-running community-based orchestra in New York City.

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Ann Hoyt, soprano

Ann HoytOriginally from Menomonie, Wisconsin Ann Hoyt has been living in NYC since 1994. She received her Masters in Music from Manhattan School of Music and her Bachelors in Music from Illinois Wesleyan University. Her voice teachers have included Dr. David Nott, Adele Addison, Barrington Coleman and Helen Hodam. Equally at home on the operatic or musical theater stage, Ann is also an accomplished recital artist and has collaborated with Rebel Baroque Orchestra, Union Avenue Opera in St. Louis and Trinity Church Wall Street. Ms. Hoyt can be heard as a soloist on Hänssler and Naxos recording labels. Most recently she was the featured soprano soloist on Naxos’ The Complete Haydn Masses. Ann is the director of both the 92Y Junior Chorus and Glee Club. She has been on the faculty of the 92Y for over 10 years and her student's range in age from 8 to over 75 years!

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  • 92Y SOM Fall Orchestra Concert

    Date: Sun, Dec 18, 2016, 7:30 pm

    Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

    Venue: Buttenwieser Hall

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