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ID GIVES 2017

The Idaho Falls Youth Symphony presents

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NIGHT AT THE GALLERY

Idaho Falls Concert:
Thursday, April 20, 2017, 7:30 PM
Idaho Falls Civic Auditorium

Rexburg Concert:
Wednesday, May 3, 2017, 7:30 PM
Ruth H. Barrus Concert Hall
Eliza R. Snow Performing Arts Center

Kendell Nielsen, Music Director
Ariel Loveland, Assistant Conductor


PROGRAM: 

Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Major, Op.50, “Youth”............Dmitri Kabalevsky
I.               Allegro molto
Andrew Crumpley, piano

Horn Concerto No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 8............................Franz Strauss
I.               Allegro moderato
Drew Stanley, French horn

Cello Concerto in E Minor, Op. 85...................................Edward Elgar
IV.      Allegro
Sophie Lyman, cello

—  —    Intermission    —  —

Pictures at an Exhibition.................................................Modest Mussorgsky
Orchestration: Maurice Ravel

I.               Gnomus
II.              Il vecchio castello
III.            Tuileries
IV.            Bydlo
V.             Ballet des Poussins dans leurs Coques
VI.            Samuel Goldenberg und Schmuÿle
VII.          Limogoes-Le Marché
VIII.         Catacombæ (Sepulchrum romanum)
IX.            Con Mortuis in lingua mortua
X.             La Cabane sur des Pattes de Poules (Baba-Yaga)
XI.            La Grande Porte de Kiev


SOLOIST BIOGRAPHIES

A CrumpleyAndrew Crumpley, age 16, is the son of Rachel and Tyler Crumpley of Idaho Falls and the oldest of five children. He is an avid musician. Andrew began learning piano at age five, first for 8 years with his grandmother, Kathy Mobley, and for the last 3 years under the instruction of Jeannine Larsen. He has participated in both the EIMTA Sonata/Sonatina competition and the Idaho Falls Music Club festival/scholarship audition for many years. Piano is Andrew's first love, and one that will last forever! He loves accompanying choirs and other musical groups, and has done so many times. He has also played the cello for 6 years, and enjoys playing as a cellist in the Idaho Falls Youth Symphony. Andrew enjoys playing the organ when he gets a chance, which isn't very often. Andrew loves ballroom dancing and eating good food. He is home schooled, and is a junior/senior.

D StanleyDrew Stanley has been the playing the French horn for over four years. In 2016, after a rigorous audition process, he was selected to participate in the inaugural season of The National Youth Orchestra 2 through Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute, and performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra at Verizon Hall. He is in his third year with the Idaho Falls Youth Symphony, and was a member of the 2017 IMEA All-State Band as well as the NAfME All-Northwest Band. In 2016, Drew placed first at the IMEA State Solo competition and was a finalist in the Idaho Falls Symphony’s Young Artist Competition. For the past two summers he has been a member of the Lyceum Philharmonic Festival Orchestra in Midway, UT. Drew is currently a sophomore at Bonneville High School where he participates in choir and musical theater and is a member of the Symphonic Band. Drew studies with Dr. Jon Klein, Professor of Horn at Brigham Young University–Idaho.


S LymanSophie Lyman is a high school junior and has played cello for nine years. She plays in the Madison High School Symphony Orchestra, Rexburg Tabernacle Orchestra, Idaho Falls Youth Symphony, and has participated in the Idaho All-state Orchestra the past three years, serving as the assistant principal her freshman year, and as principal this year. In February she participated in the All Northwest orchestra under the direction of Gerard Schwarz. This is her second year being featured as an IFYS concerto competition soloist and her third as a soloist with her high school orchestra. She has also played and performed chamber music at the Credo chamber music camp, Mountains and Strings Chamber Music Retreat, Lamar Stringfield Music Camp, the BYU Summer Festival, and with her friends from the Madison High School orchestras. This summer she will be attending the Brevard Summer Institute in North Carolina. She studied with her mother, Rebecca Lyman, and currently works with Robert Tueller at BYU-Idaho. She has also had lessons with Sam Smith, Anne Williams, Bryan Dumm, and with Michelle Kesler in master class.

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR YOUTH SYMPHONY SPONSORS: 
Perkins Restaurant & Bakery
JRM Foundation for Humanity
Teton Healthcare 
Blue Cross of Idaho
Family First Medical Center
Grand Teton Gastroenterology
Todd & Letitia Williams
William Maeck
Carrie & Christian Shull
Don & Cathy Ormond
Carol Ormond
Karen Ormond Moore
Maria Hill
Lucy Bean
Steve & Melanie Smith, Baton Sponsors

 

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We are proud and honored to have been part of the Idaho Falls community since 1949. Our mission to perform the world’s great music continues thanks to our dedicated team of musicians, our generous sponsors, and the tireless volunteers that make up the Symphony family. 

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