Congratulations to SeYong P. for winning a place among the finalists in the US Navy Band’s Young Artist Solo Competition. … Continue reading
January was a fantastic month for Krystal. She made the finals of the national Marine Band High School Concerto Competition. She will compete for first place on February 16. She won the highly-competitive Columbia Orchestra Concerto Competition and well perform … Continue reading
Today and tomorrow are Maryland All State performances. So proud of my students in the bands. Junior All State: Angela S and Krystal W, 2nd and 3rd chair; Austin C; James K; Cole M; Kevin W. Senior All … Continue reading
We just returned from two weeks in Ecuador. As usual it was a heart opening experience to work with the young musicians in Esmeraldas and to play a concert with them and their gifted music director Edison Andres Gualotuña Ruiz. … Continue reading
Another Great Audition Season for the Studio! Maryland Classic Youth Orchestra (MCYO) Philharmonic Austin M., Principal Claire C. SeYong P. Symphony Tsach M. Young Artists Kevin W. Potomac Valley Youth Orchestra (PVYO) Philharmonic Ashley C. Tsach M. Symphony Cole … Continue reading
Congratulations to Austin M for earning a position in the clarinet section of the 2018 NAfME* All-National Honor Concert Band. He will be performing with the band at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort at Walt Disney World, Orlando, FL in November, … Continue reading
American Youth Concert Orchestra Cole M Jimmy Y American Youth Symphonic Orchestra Seung-Hyun K Kevin M Angela S Congratulations on your success. Your hard work pays off! … Continue reading
Congratulations to Krystal W. for earning a position in the clarinet section of this highly-competitive orchestra!
Our studio did quite well in the recent Young Musicians Inspiring Change Washington National Your Music Competition, with all entrants earning either first or second place in their respective categories. Congratulations to: Angela S, 1st place 5-6 Division Krystal … Continue reading
Congratulations to Ashley H. for being chosen to participate in the National Symphony Orchestra’s Summer Music Institute, a national program for gifted students aged 15-20.