16-year-old violist Maia Hoffman from Portland, Oregon (Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist), performing II. Lebhaft from Märchenbilder (Fairy Tales) by Robert Schumann, with Christopher O'Riley, piano
15-year-old pianist Derek Wang from Needham, Massachusetts performing Toccata in D minor, Op.11 by Sergei Prokofiev.
18-year-old violinist Sophia Stoyanovich from Bainbridge Island, Washington performing Romance for Violin and Piano composed by her father, Patrick Stoyanovich, with Christopher O'Riley, piano.
17-year-old soprano Kresley Figueroa from Flagstaff, Arizona performing "Adieu, notre petite table" from the opera Manon by Jules Massenet, with Christopher O'Riley, piano.
15-year-old cellist Jeremy Tai from Cupertino, California performing I. Allegro agitato from the Sonata in A minor for Cello and Piano, Op.36 by Edvard Grieg, with Christopher O'Riley, piano.
Konpeito Cello Quartet (coached by Jonathan Koh at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music) performing “The Path of the Wind” by Joe Hisaishi, arr. Jeremy Tai
17-year-old Irene Jeong from Palo Alto, CA
16-year-old Catherine Kim from Palo Alto, CA
17-year-old Minku Lee from Palo Alto, CA
15-year-old Jeremy Tai from Cupertino, CA (soloist above)
From the Top tapes its NPR show at PONCHO Hall at Cornish College of the Arts. This show will be presented by Cornish College of the Arts. This show will not be ticketed publicly. If you have questions about attending this show, please contact Robin Allen LaPlante, From the Top Marketing & Communications Manager, National Tour, at 617-437-0707 x103 or by email: email@example.com.
17-year-old violinist Felicity James from Seattle, Washington performing II. Nigun from Baal Shem, Three Pictures of Hassidic Life for Violin and Piano by Ernest Bloch, with Christopher O'Riley, piano
16-year-old pianist Agata Sorotokin from San Jose, California performing movements from Musical Toys by Sofia Gubaidulina
18-year-old composer Jack Gulielmetti from New York, New York, will have movements of his piano trio, Tropholingua, performed by 18-year-old cellist Joseph Teeter from Topeka, Kansas, 17-year-old violinist Felicity James, and 16-year-old pianist Agata Sorotokin
17-year-old cellist Audrey Chen from Redmond, Washington, performing Variations on a Theme by Rossini by Niccolò Paganini, arr. Silva, with Christopher O'Riley, piano
Precipice Saxophone Quartet, from the Merit School of Music in Chicago (coached by Shawn Tracy) performing V. Fanfare/Variations on the Chorale Melody "Durch Adams Fall" from Recitation Book for Saxophone Quartet by David Maslanka
18-year-old Justin Udry, soprano, from Kenosha, Wisconsin
17-year-old Elizabeth Rangel, alto, from Chicago, Illinois
18-year-old Logan Curry, tenor, from Maywood, Illinois
17-year-old Shane Woods, baritone, from Matteson, Illinois