Mussorgsky, Gluck, Berlioz
SUNDAY OCTOBER 6TH
Young Artist Competition - The contest is limited to the first 25 eligible applicants. Applicants must be residents of California, or students from out of state attending college or with a private teacher in California, not older than age 26 at the time of the competition, or 30 for vocalists. Contestants are to prepare a full concerto or concert piece and a solo piece of contrasting style. Selections are to be performed from memory unless prior arrangements are made with the Young Artists Competition chairman.
Applicants will provide their own accompanist and original scores of their music will be made available for the judges.
The two top winners will perform as soloists during the 2019-2020 season, one at each separate performance. Each will also receive a $1,000 cash prize.
Musicians placing second in each category will receive $500 cash prizes.
For more information, please call the Symphony Office at (562) 698-8626. You may also email Fay Weber at email@example.com or Maurice Meysenburg at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Fred Zermeno Message from the president. With supporters of the Whittier Regional Symphony, from left - Senator Bob Archuleta, Yoshio Nakamura and WRS President Fred Zermeno.