Berkshire Symphony

Berkshire Symphony
"The Viennese"

Ronald Feldman, conductor.

Johann Strauss        Overture to Die Fledermaus (1874)
(1825-1899)

Arnold Schoenberg    Kammersymphonie No. 1 in E Major,  op. 9 (1906)
(1874-1951)

**Intermission**

Franz Schubert        Symphony No. 5 in B-flat Major, D.485 (1816)
(1797-1828)
        Allegro
                        Andante con moto
                        Menuetto. Allegro molto
                        Allegro vivace

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Berkshire Symphony Personnel

Violin I
Joel Pitchon, concertmaster °
Hanna Na ’08, asst. concertmaster
Leo Brown ’11*
Sarah Briggs Cornelius
Melanie Dexter
Colleen Farrell ’10
Joe Jewett
Caroline Kan ’09
Sophia Vargas ’10
Kaori Washiyama
Susan Yoon ’10

Violin II
Joana Genova-Rudiakov, principal °
Anthony Berner*
Alicia Choi ’09
Ouisa Fohrhaltz
Meng-Lun Hsieh ’09
Tengjian Khoo ’09
Joshua Kim ’11
Cindy Ogulnick
Kate Reilly
Harriet Welther
Dorota Wilhelmi-Kol

Viola
Delores Thayer, principal °
Ruth Aronoff ‘09*
Emily Baker-White
James Bergin
Noah Fields
Cathy Hall-Schor
Alex Letvin’08
Bing Liu
Shivon Robinson ’11?

Cello
Nathaniel Parke, principal °
Adam Lee ’11
Mimi Lou ’09
Richard Mickey
Katie Palmer ’10
Betsy Ribble ’09
Xiao-lan Wang

Double Bass
Robert Zimmerman, principal °
Alex Johnson ’10
Larry Medsker
Charles Seeley

*String players sitting behind the stationary desks
listed alphabetically

Flute/Piccolo
Floyd Hebert, principal °
Matthew Wollin ’09

Oboe
Carl Jenkins °

Oboe/English Horn
Joanne Nelson-Unczur °

Clarinet
Susan Martula °
Hannah Smith-Drelich ’10 °
Alexander Taylor ’10

Bass Clarinet
Benjamin Baron °

Bassoon
Stephen Walt °
Michelle Huddy °

Contrabassoon
William Stoll °

French Horn
Orlando Pandolfi °
Colleen Shaffer °
Elizabeth Irvin ’10
Nick Williams ’11
Peter Gottlieb ’11

Trumpet
Eric Latini
Eva Breitenbach ’10

Trombone
David Wampler
Tim Atherton
William Carr

Percussion
Nathan Brewster
Peter Coutsouridis
Ian Hale

Timpani
Matthew Gold, principal

° Schoenberg

Ronald Feldman, conductor, is artist in residence in orchestral/instrumental music, and coordinator of student string chamber music here at Williams College. After a long career in the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s cello section starting in 1967 at the age of nineteen, Mr. Feldman has gone on to receive critical acclaim for a wide variety of musical achievements. Formerly music director and conductor of the Worcester Symphony Orchestra and of the Boston new music ensemble Extension Works, Ronald Feldman was also music director and conductor of the New England Philharmonic for five seasons. In 1991 he and the Berkshire Symphony were awarded the American Symphony Orchestra League’s ASCAP Award for Adventuresome Programming of Contemporary Music. He continues to be active as a cellist, conductor, and a member of the Williams Chamber Players.