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Featuring The American Piano Duo: Del Parkinson & Jeff Shumway
Featuring Del Parkinson and Jeff Shumway
Featuring Yoojin Jang, violin soloist
Musical Petting Zoo starting at 12:30 pm
Featuring Concert Master Stacy Lesartre, violin soloist and the Act II Studio Dancers
Featuring Lei Weng, piano soloist
Featuring Vocal Soloists: Sarah Shafer, soprano and Rebecca Ringle, mezzo soprano
Local Choruses: Cheyenne Chamber Singers, University of Wyoming Collegiate Chorale, Larimer Chorale and LCCC Cantorei Singers
CSO now has a season package for every interest and commitment level!
Click HERE for information on each concert!
This package was designed with seasonal residents in mind.
Selections from Pelleas et Melisande
Prelude, The Spinner, Sicilienne
Carnival of the Animals
The American Piano Duo: Del Parkinson & Jeff Shumway — Idaho natives Shumway and Parkinson met at a competition, studied together at Juilliard and then earned doctorates from Indiana University. Now professors at BYU and Boise State, respectively, the American Piano Duo has been thrilling audiences in the U.S, Europe and Mexico since 1984. The duo’s CD, Celebrating Gershwin, is available at byumusicstore.com.
Overture The Hebrides
Concerto for Two Pianos in E Major
The American Piano Duo: Del Parkinson & Jeff Shumway
Violin Concerto in D Major, op. 61
Yoojin Jang, violin soloist – A powerful young violinist who has been praised for her “fiery virtuosity” and sensitive interpretation. She has been performing with top Korean orchestras such as the KBS Symphony Orchestra and the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra since the age of 9. An active international soloist, she has appeared with the Budapest Festival Orchestra, Bulgaria National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Sofia Philharmonia Orchestra, Erato Ensemble, Exremadura Orchestra and Kioi Sinfonietta- Tokyo.
Hungarian Dance No. 5
Symphony No. 8, op. 88 in G Major
Featuring- Act II Studio Dancers
Main Title and Imperial March
Highlights from Jurassic Park
Main Theme and Adventures on Earth
Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone
Hedwig’s Theme and Harry’s Wonderous World
Star Wars/The Force Awakens
Jedi Steps and Finale
My Name is Mitka – WORLD PREMIERE!
Stacy Lesartre, Violin Soloist
Symphonic Dances from West Side Story
Symphony No.3 for Strings Movement 3
Piano Concerto No. 20 in D Minor, K. 466
Lei Weng, Piano Soloist – Hailed as “a colorist of exemplary control …with powerhouse technique,” his performances have been described as “spirited and full of nuances.” Based in Greeley, Colo., where he is head of the piano department at the University of Northern Colorado, he has appeared with orchestras in Cincinnati, Denver, Seattle, Indiana, Louisiana, Fort Worth and Beijing.
Serenade for Winds, op.7 in E flat Major
Symphony No. 1, op.21 in C Major
After the concert, hop on a trolley to the Depot for a private reception for concert-goers hosted by Accomplice Beer Company. Socialize with the Maestro and musicians while enjoying complimentary desserts and drink specials at a cash bar. The trolley will return you to the Civic Center after the reception to retrieve your car.
Symphony No. 2 in C Minor
“The Resurrection” – featuring Sarah Shafer, Soprano and Rebecca Ringle, Mezzo Soprano
Cheyenne Chamber Singers
Sean Ambrose, Artistic Director
University of Wyoming Collegiate Chorale and Singing Statesmen
Dr. Nicole Lamartine, Director
Members of Larimer Chorale
Michael Todd Krueger, Artistic Director
Laramie County Community College Cantorei Singers
Beth Kean, Director
Members of the Cheyenne Capital Chorale
Sheila Green, Director
If two pianos are better than one, two performances of the American Piano Duo may be just what you’re looking for. Hear this dynamic duo perform with the CSO Saturday, Sept. 24 at the Civic Center; then catch them a second time at 2 pm Sunday at the Wyoming Hereford Ranch. The Sunday concert promises to be an afternoon you won’t soon forget.
Ring in the season with Cheyenne’s favorite holiday tradition! This year’s event features Soprano soloist Elizabeth Montgomery, All City Children’s Chorus, and dancers from the En Avant Dance Studio.There’s no need to wait for Christmas. You already know who’s naughty and who’s nice. Order your tickets for the Holiday Concert now and watch Santa’s helpers give you a standing ovation just for being the smartest elf on the shelf!