Local students win right to perform with orchestra
At the 2005 Concerto Competition‚ two Kennesaw State University students were selected to…
Georgia (May 2, 2005) — Local students win right to perform with orchestra
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At the 2005 Concerto Competition‚ two Kennesaw State University students were selected to perform as featured soloists with the Kennesaw State University Orchestra on November 14‚ 2005.
The 2005 winners are pianist Ivana Sri of Powder Springs and trumpeter Hyunhak “Sam” Yim of Ellijay.
The Concerto Competition was created to give student musicians an opportunity to perform a major work with a large ensemble.
A concerto is an orchestral composition featuring one or more solo instruments. Vocalists in the competition generally perform an aria or oratorio.
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