Berkshire Symphony Student Soloist Gala
The Student Soloists concert features performances by winners of the 2017 Berkshire Symphony Soloist Competition: Anna DeLoi ’18, harp, performing Reinhold Glière’s Concerto for Harp and Orchestra in Eb Major, op. 74 – Allegro moderato; Joyce Lee ’17, piano, playing Camille Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No. 2 in G Minor, op. 22 – Allegro ma non-troppo; Tiffany Sun ’18, flute, interpreting Jacques Ibert’s Flute Concerto – Allegro scherzando; and Harold Theurer ’17, baritone, singing Mozart, “Hai già vinta la causa,” from Marriage of Figaro.
The Berkshire Symphony brings the season to a finale with Igor Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite.
Founded in 1946, the 75-member Berkshire Symphony unites talented Williams College music students with music faculty and other professionals. By every measure, the Berkshire repertoire is as varied and demanding as that of a professional orchestra. This season the orchestra offers a congenial mix of classics and modern music, performed in the historic yet newly renovated Chapin Hall.
(l to r) Anna DeLoi ’18, Harold Theurer ’17, Joyce Lee ’17
(standing) Tiffany Sun ’18