Vince Massimino: Violin

Vince Massimino, Assistant Concertmaster of the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, is a native of Annapolis, Maryland, where he received his early musical training from his parents, Rinaldo and Agnes Massimino, both professional music educators. He studied the violin privately with local Annapolis Symphony member Regina Morin, and achieved such honors as solo appearances with the Annapolis and Baltimore Symphonies.

He earned a Bachelor of Music from North Texas State in 1987, where his mentors included Philip Lewis, James Lerch and Robert Davidovici. In 1987 he received an Orchestral Assistantship to study under Arnold Steinhardt and John Dally of the Guarneri String Quartet, in residence at the University of Maryland. He joined the Mississippi Symphony in 1989, the MSO String Quartet in 1993 and has served as Assistant Concertmaster since 1995. Local experience also includes performances with the Memphis Symphony, Memphis Opera, Mississippi Opera, Ballet Mississippi, Meridian Symphony, Greenville Symphony, Gulf Coast Symphony, Symphony Concerts of Mobile, Mobile Opera, and even such appearances as violinist in :Chicago - the Musical" presented by local entrepreneur William Kessler.

Adam Almeter: Trombone

Adam Almeter joined the Mississippi Symphony in 2015 after graduating from Indiana University. At Indiana, Adam performed with the Philharmonic Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra and Wind Ensemble while studying with Peter Ellefson. Other teachers include Max Bonecutter, former bass trombonist with the Metropolitan Orchestra, and Stephen Fissel. Adam has also freelanced in Chicago, teaching privately at the Midwest Music Academy and Naperville Central High School. He participated as a Partner for the Third Coast Trombone Retreat in Montague, Michigan.

Amulet Strange: Flute

Amulet Strange joined the MSO as Principal Flute in 2015. A Texas native and Interlochen Arts Academy graduate, she received her Bachelor of Music degree studying with Timothy Day at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Returning to her home state, she completed her Master of Music degree from Rice University under the tutelage of Leone Buyse. Other mentors include Jocelyn Goranson, Catherine Payne, and Aralee Dorough.

Her summers have been spent across the United States at Spoleto Festival USA, Atlantic Music Festival, Avaloch Farm Music Institute, Texas Music Festival, Orchestra Institute Napa Valley, Brevard Music Institute, and Ohio Light Opera.  In addition, she has performed with the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra and the Symphony of Southeast Texas. Notable achievements include the Presser Scholar Award and SFCM Departmental Award for Woodwinds.

Amulet is also a founding member of the Deciduous Trio for flute, viola, and harp with her colleagues Stephanie Mientka and Hope Cowan. Deciduous Trio has been semi-finalists for the 2015 Plowman and Coltman Chamber Music Competitions. They have performed on the Odyssey Chamber Music Series at Lenoir Woods in Columbia, Missouri, the Western Slope Concert Series in Grand Junction, Colorado, and the 47 Strings Season of Everyone in Houston, Texas. 

Susan Landry: MSO Principal Bass

Susan Mathews Landry was born in Washington DC and holds degrees in Double Bass Performance from Brigham Young University (BMu) in Provo, Utah and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (MMu) in Cincinnati, Ohio.  After serving a church mission in Chile, she attended the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland where she studied with Eugene Levinson for four years.  Other teachers and mentors include Barry Green, Bertram Turetzky, Hal Robinson, Paul Ellison and H. Stevens Brewster.

In 1997, Mrs. Landry accepted the Principal Bass position with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra.  She is a member of the American String Teachers Association and the International Society of Bassists.  Locally Mrs. Landry performs with the Mississippi Opera, the Mississippi Chorus and the Jackson Choral Arts Society.  She has presented the occasional recital and chamber music program while raising a growing family of four sons and a daughter.

Nancy Bateman:

Nancy Bateman received both her Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Music from Wichita State University and pursued advanced musical studies at the University of Missouri at Kansas City. She has performed as a cellist in the Wichita Symphony from 1974-90, the Omaha and Lincoln Symphonies from 1990-93, and the Mississippi Symphony from 1993 until the present.

She has performed as a soloist as well as in various small ensembles for weddings, funerals, and church services since 1974. She has been Adjunct Professor of Cello at Belhaven University since 2005, and has enjoyed starting and maintaining String Music Programs at both First Presbyterian Day School since 1999 and the Veritas School since 2002, as well as teaching a Summer String Orchestra Workshop at Jackson Preparatory School for three summers and the Mississippi Symphony Summer Camp for several summers. Since 1999, she has started over hundreds of children on a stringed instrument, as well as prepared many private students for festivals, competitions and auditions.

God has blessed Mrs. Bateman and her husband, Jim, with five children through whom she has learned very much about teaching. Mrs. Bateman understands what a great honor, privilege, and responsibility it is to teach, especially young people who are making career choices at this time in their lives.

Jesse Christeson: MSO Principal Cello

Hailing from Daytona Beach, Florida, Jesse Christeson has served as Principal Cellist of the Mississippi Symphony since the 2013-14 season. Prior to his appointment, Mr. Christeson received a master’s degree in music performance from Rice University (in the studio of Norman Fischer), and completed his third consecutive summer as a Fellow of the prestigious Tanglewood Music Center.

For several years Mr. Christeson has been very active as a multi-faceted performer and teacher in Houston, TX. In addition to working as a freelance cellist, he performed as a vocalist in the Houston Grand Opera and Bach Society of Houston choruses. During that time, he maintained a full cello studio of pupils from the Rice Preparatory Program and local public schools.

Apart from Tanglewood, Mr. Christeson’s recent summer engagements include the festivals of Aspen, Brevard, and the National Orchestral Institute. He received his bachelor’s degree from Stetson University in DeLand, FL, where he studied cello (in the studio of David Bjella), voice, and philosophy. Mr. Christeson has served as a frequent substitute cellist for the Orlando Philharmonic and Southwest Florida Symphony.

Emily Williams:

Emily Williams is starting her 3rd season as a violinist for the MSO. You can usually find her seated in the 2nd violin section–a position she particularly enjoys. “We put in a lot of hard work, but we have fun. We love each other and what we do. This is a wonderful orchestra to be a part of!”

Emily’s love for orchestral playing started early on during her elementary school years. She grew up on Long Island where her parents introduced her to the string family through the Suzuki program in her school. She was given the choice between violin and cello–liking small things, she chose the violin. She began taking group and private lessons at age 4. Her favorite class in school was string orchestra.

Daily practicing was a family affair: her Dad took time out each evening to practice with her, and her Mom would practice with her younger brother. She attributes much of her success as a violinist to her parents, who although they are not musicians, saw the value in making sure their children studied an instrument through High School. She soon transitioned to traditional private lessons and began more dedicated study under the tutelage of violinist Linda Sinanian during her middle school years.

It was Linda who encouraged Emily to major in music. Emily attended Cedarville University in OH and earned her BA in Violin Performance in 2004. She continued her studies at the University of Akron under violinist Alan Bodman and earned a MM in Violin Performance in 2007. It was here that she met her husband, Benjamin Williams.

Ben and Emily currently reside in Clinton MS. They are both on faculty at Mississippi College where Ben teaches composition and theory and Emily teaches violin. Emily also runs her own violin studio out of their home. Emily has a special passion for teaching and is dedicated to giving students of all ages and ability levels a solid foundation in violin or viola.

Emily gives all the glory for her achievements to her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. “He gave me the ability, the work ethic, the resources and the opportunities I’ve needed every step of the way, and I am ever grateful to Him that I get to do what I enjoy every day for a living.”

In her spare time Emily enjoys reading, Bible study, cooking, baking and cuddling with her two cats. She and her husband are active members at First Baptist Church Jackson and enjoying serving the Lord there together.

Mary Rogers:

Born in Wiggins, Mississippi, Mary (Hickman) Rogers grew up in Monroe, Louisiana where her father was a History professor at NLU.  Her mother was a vocal performance graduate from Indiana University who had her own Chicago radio show for a time. They met at a most unlikely venue, Perkinston (MS) Junior College, where they were both teachers.  In Monroe Mary started playing violin in the public school program under the tutelage of Buddy Huthmaker and Roger DiGiulian.  She continued taking orchestra through high school and studied privately with Coleen DiGiulian.  While attending college at NLU, Mary was concertmistress of the university’s orchestra for four years while also playing in the Monroe Symphony where she met Ryan.  After she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree, they were married.  They later moved to Jackson and became members of the Jackson Symphony under Lewis Dalvit.  At the same time Mary began teaching in the Symphony’s String Program in Jackson and Clinton schools until 1979.  “I took a leave from teaching with the births of my son, Ben, and four years later my twin daughters, Laura and Maureen.  In 1989 I returned to teaching as a ‘substitute’ and in 1993 returned to my permanent teaching position at Clinton’s Eastside Elementary.”  Mary continued playing in the Symphony through the “family years” although Ryan took the 1990’s off for “daddy duty” – and an after-work coaching career.  

“All 4th and 5th grade students in Clinton attend Eastside Elementary.  In the Spring 4th graders are recruited for my string program.  As a result I have somewhere between 80 and 125 beginning string students on violin, viola, and cello in the Fall.”  Mary also continues string instruction at Lovett (6th grade) and CJHS (7th & 8th grade), the remaining grades offered by CPS.  “I meet the beginners once a week for 50 minutes.  Clinton is a wonderful school district in which to teach strings, not only because of the great enthusiasm of the students, but also because of the high level of interest of their parents.  Many of my beginning string students continue their musical experience either in strings, choir, or band.  For these it’s my hope that their first strings class has established a foundation on which other teachers can build effectively.  For those who do not continue I hope their first musical experience is one which they will remember fondly and one which will help recruit the next generation of musicians.”

 

Mary adds, “my mother played an indispensable part for the Monroe Symphony.  Over 35 years she held every executive position of the Monroe Symphony League.  Most notably, she was known as ‘Sarge’ over the Symphony League Book Room where she supervised its highly-successful fund-raising sales 3 times each year.”

Ryan Rogers:

Ryan Rogers grew up in Monroe, Louisiana where he began learning to play the violin in the 5th grade under Ms. Johnnie Bankhead.  He chose the violin because there was one in his grandad’s garage.  “Grandaddy had purchased the Venetian-made Lorenzini for his son, Wesley.  However it had not been played since 1938 when the 13 year-old tragically drowned in Bayou DeSiard behind their home.  It’s the violin I still play.”

Ryan quickly found classical excerpts from the beginners’ Orchestral Transcriptions especially appealing – as well as baseball.  He pursued both the rest of his school days culminating in his graduation from LSU with a B.S. in mathematics and an “L Club” membership in baseball having received excellent violin instruction from Dr. ‘Dinos’ Constantinides.  After working as an assembler computer programmer in Houston for a year, Ryan landed a position with AT&T (dba South Central Bell) as an engineer back home in Monroe.  He was naturally drawn to play in the Monroe Symphony.  There as an unexpected bonus he met his future wife, Mary Hickman, who was finishing her college days at NLU.   Previously Mary had come over to Jackson with Nancy Baltz to play in the Jackson Symphony.  So in 1973 Ryan and Mary for the 1st time together commuted from Monroe to play in our Symphony – while still single.

Married in 1975 they briefly lived in Monroe and Nashville before settling in Clinton for the long haul in the Fall of 1976.  Here they raised their 3 children, Mary started hundreds of beginning string students, and Ryan continued his career with AT&T.  They both have especially fond memories of another violin-playing couple – Roger and Colleen DiGiulian – who began the orchestral program in Monroe.  Through the DiGiulian’s Ryan and Mary were afforded the opportunity to play “in an orchestra” as part of their normal school experience.  To them and many others it was a very special and valuable educational experience.  Their hope is that we can continue to make “school orchestra” available for our children and grandchildren, as a musical legacy.

Milena Rusanova:

A native of Bulgaria, Milena Rusanova joined the Mississippi Symphony in January, 2010.

 Rusanova began studying the violin at age of five at the School of the Arts in Ruse, Bulgaria. She graduated from the Bulgarian National Conservatory with a Bachelor's Degree and from the Southeastern Louisiana University with a Master's Degree in Violin Performance. Ms. Rusanova's principal teachers include Dr.Yakov Voldman and Prof. Espen Lillenslatten. While pursuing her Master's Degree, Milena was a finalist of the MTNA Young Artist Competition in Canada, Toronto. In 2008 she was one of the winners of the Monroe Young Concerto Competition and Southeastern Concerto Competition performing with the orchestra as her price.

 Milena has participated  at different music festivals and concert series including the Klavier Chamber Music in Reichenay, Austria, Las Vegas and  Aspen Music Festival and also performed with different orchestras: Baton Rouge Symphony, Acadiana Symphony, Mobile Symphony Orchestras.

Ms. Milena has a great passion for teaching and is part of the MS string program, teaching at several elementary schools.

Hristo Hristov: MSO Assistant Principal Viola

Hristo Hristov, assistant principal viola of Mississippi Symphony Orchestra since 2004 was born in Bulgaria. He holds a bachelor’s degree in viola performance from the State Music Academy in Bulgaria. While in his native country, Hristo was teaching viola class in School of Music and Arts-Varna-2000 and 2001, plays as assistant principal viola of the State Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra in Varna 1996-2000,. In 1994-96, he was principal viola of the Teatre Liric D’Europe, which has had more than 250 performances in France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Portugal and the Netherlands. From 1992-94 he was assistant-principal viola in New Symphony Orchestra in Sofia under conducting of Rossen Milanov.  1990 -1992 he was member of chamber orchestra Collegium Musicum Bankia. In 2005, Hristo received a master of music in viola performance from Southeastern Louisiana University. During his graduate studies, he was involved with the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra and worked with the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra and the Jefferson Performing Arts Society Orchestra. Since 2004 Hristo is a member of Missouri Symphony Society and performs as assistant principal viola with Missouri Symphony Orchestra for Summer Nights Festival-Columbia, MO

Ben Randman: MSO Section Cello

Bennett Randman, earned degrees at the University of Tennessee and Duquesne University.  He studied with noted cellists Nathaniel Rosen and Leslie Parnas.  Prior to coming to Mississippi, he was Assistant Principal Cellist with the Charlotte Symphony, Principal Cellist with the Charlotte Chamber Orchestra, and cellist with the Seattle Symphony and the Northwest Chamber Orchestra.  Randman’s solo career began in 1986 with a critically acclaimed performance of Tchaikovsky’s Variations on a Rococo Theme” with Maestro Sheldon Morgenstern and the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra.  Other solo performances include return performances with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, and appearances with the Meridian Symphony Orchestra and the 1989 Mississippi Showcase Concert.  Since 2007 he has been an artist and faculty member of the Maud Powell Music Festival.

Ausra Jasineviciute: MSO Principal Viola

Ausra Jasineviciute was born in Lithuania, where she began her violin studies at age eight. Ten years later, while in college, she switched from violin to viola and in 1997 she earned her Bachelor of Music in Viola Performance from the Academy of Music in Vilnius. Two years later she earned also her Master of Social Sciences from Vilnius Pedagogical University.

 

In 2001 Ms. Jasineviciute came to the United States to continue her studies in Viola Performance. In 2004 she earned her Master of Music in Viola Performance from Southeastern Louisiana University and in 2011 her Doctor of Music in Music Performance from Florida State University. During her graduate studies in Louisiana, she was a member of the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra, Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra, and the Jefferson Performing Arts Society Orchestra. During 2004 and 2005 she was a member of the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra and a resident artist in the Teatime Concert Series in Tallahassee, Florida.

 

Ms. Jasineviciute is an accomplished chamber music musician and was a member of the Southeastern Louisiana University String Quartet, which was a semifinalist in the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition in 2002. She also is a winner of the Music Teachers National Association Chamber Music Competition in the State of Florida Division.

 

Besides her career in performance, Ms. Jasineviciute’s resume includes teaching in the JPS string program, the String Program and Viola Class at Southeastern Louisiana University as a faculty member and the Viola Class at Florida State University as a graduate assistant. She and her husband, MSO Violist Hristo Hristov run the Orpheus String Studio, a private teaching studio.

 

Since September of 2005, she has been the principal violist of the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra and a member of the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra String Quartet. In addition to the MSO services, she as a violist is an active participant in most of the classical events in Jackson area including Mississippi and Millsaps colleges. Since 2004 during summers she participates in the Summer Festival of the Missouri Symphony Society in Columbia, Missouri.

Ann McNally: MSO Assistant Principal 2nd Violin

Ann McNally, a native of Wisconsin grew up in Milwaukee and Houston, Texas. She began to play the violin at age 11 in her 6th grade year in the Spring Branch, Texas instrumental music program.  She was concertmistress of her Jr. High and Sr. High orchestras and was a member of the Spring Branch All-District High School Orchestra.  Ann studied violin, voice, piano and cello at the University of Tulsa and received a BME in violin and voice.  She was a member of the Tulsa Philharmonic Orchestra for 3 years and taught strings in the Tulsa Public Schools before moving to Jackson with her husband, Robert McNally, when he became the concertmaster of the then, Jackson Symphony Orchestra.  She has been a member of the JSO//MSO for 34 years and became a core violinist in 1984.   She played in the 1st violin section of the orchestra before becoming Asst. Principal 2nd violin in 1998.

Ann taught for 15 years in the JPS/MSO string program before becoming a JPS teacher of gifted students (Open Doors) at G.N. Smith Elementary.  This will be her 14th year as a full-time JPS teacher of gifted students.  Spare time…what’s that?  Ann manages to squeeze in her passions whenever she can!  Those include traveling, knitting, attending HD opera broadcasts and going to all the theatre and musical theatre shows she can go to here and in Memphis.  Ann also enjoys performing theatre and following her youngest son’s lead, she has had a leading role in several musicals at Black Rose Theatre in Brandon.  Ann and her husband, Robert, have been married for 37 years and have raised 3 sons here in Jackson; Patrick, Kevin and Michael.  

Linda Naef: MSO 2nd Oboe and English Horn

Linda Naef, Oboe II/English Horn, developed an early interest in music, beginning piano at age 5.  A native of Jackson, she grew up surrounded by choral and symphonic music as the daughter of parents who were very involved in the musical life of the city.  At age 11 she fell in love with sound of the English Horn, (the alto version of the oboe), and resolved to learn to play it. Beginning at age 12, she studied Oboe (and finally by High School, English Horn) with the then Jackson Symphony Principal Oboe, Wayne Miller, winning many local and state awards. Her Oboe studies continued at USM with Dr. William Gower. 

She has a long history of association with the Mississippi Symphony having volunteered as a Symphony Sub Deb and having performed through High School with the Mississippi Youth Symphony Orchestra.

While developing a career in education, psychology, and religion, Naef continued to perform with a variety of local musical groups including the Mississippi Opera and various area churches. In 1977, she began as substitute Oboe 2 with the Jackson Symphony. In 1983 she and husband Richard Hudson (Horn 2 with MSO) moved to Boston for Naef’s graduate study.  Upon returning to Jackson in 1993, she again served as MSO substitute Oboe 2 and English Horn as well as resuming her free-lance performing. Since 2012, Naef has held the position of Oboe 2/English Horn in the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra.  She is honored to be performing with the MSO.

Dr. Linda Naef maintains a private practice in psychotherapy in Jackson. She and Richard are the proud parents of two adult children and enjoy travelling to keep up with their lives.

Elaine Maisel: MSO 2nd Bassoon

After switching from trumpet to bassoon in high school, Elaine quickly took to the double reed instrument, subsequently earning bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees in bassoon performance from Alma College, The Hartt School of Music, and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.  After serving as the director of the UNCG early music ensemble during her doctoral studies, Elaine taught double reeds and music history at Mississippi State University in Starkville from 2004-2012. Elaine now travels throughout Mississippi as a consultant and teaching artist for the Mississippi Arts Commission in addition to maintaining a full studio schedule as a visual artist. Painting on feathers under the name FeatherMore, Elaine is a member of the Craftsmen’s Guild of Mississippi.

Dr. Maisel has performed and presented scholarly papers throughout the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and Europe. In addition to playing bassoon with the Mississippi Symphony, Elaine has played with the Gulf Coast Symphony, North Mississippi Symphony (Tupelo), Tuscaloosa, Mobile, Memphis, Meridian, and Alabama, Greensboro, and North Carolina Symphonies, to name a few.

A contributing author to the new edition of Grove Dictionary of American Music, Elaine is also a certified t’ai chi chih instructor and accomplished cook. She enjoys living in Ridgeland, MS with her husband, violinist Ty Maisel. 

Gayle Entrekin: MSO 2nd Flute

Gayle Entrekin has been the 2nd Flute with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra and 2nd Flute and Piccolo with the Mississippi Opera since September 2000.  She has also performed with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra in New Orleans and the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra in Indiana.

In addition to performing with the MSO, Gayle teaches music classes at the Mississippi State Hospital at Whitfield, where she works with adults, adolescents and children.

She obtained her bachelors and masters degrees in flute performance as a student of Albert Tipton from the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University.  After graduate school, she studied for four years with the eminent British flutist, Geoffrey Gilbert at his home in Deland, Florida. She then studied music education at Indiana University, where she received her certification to teach in the public schools.

A Mississippi native, Gayle graduated from Pearl High School.  She practices yoga and also loves working in her backyard garden with her favorite perennials, herbs, fruits and vegetables.  In 2008 she married former MSO Principal Clarinetist, Jim Moritsugu, who is now MSO’s Director of Marketing and Box Office.  Among other things they enjoy cooking and bringing up their cats, Simon, and Ivory, Domino and Gita.

Cheri Waite: MSO 3rd Flute & Piccolo

Cheri has played third flute and piccolo with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra for thirty six years.  She received her music degrees from the University of Southern Mississippi and has taught music in the public and private schools of Jackson in the past and presently teaches flute privately.  She is also a freelance musician and contractor. She has taught seventh grade Sunday school for the last eighteen years at First Baptist Church, Jackson, and has played in their “Carols By Candlelight” for many years.   She has worked in the medical supply business at Oliver Diabetic Supply for over twenty years and also owns a direct marketing business.

One of Cheri’s favorite pastimes is taking excursions throughout Mississippi with her husband, Charlie, as he captures the natural beauty of our state through photography.  She also loves spending time with her two adult children and their spouses, her granddaughter, and her parents, all of whom live at distances.

Cheri is thankful for the blessing of having had the opportunity to perform for so many years and is looking forward to many more, as well as to a bright future for the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra.

Bud Berthold: MSO Principal Timpani

Mr. Berthold has been the Principal Timpanist in the Mississippi Symphony and Mississippi Opera Orchestras since 1981, and is also the current Principal Timpanist of the Meridian Symphony. He is often called upon to play extra Percussion and Timpani in the Alabama Symphony in Birmingham, AL.
 

Bud holds both Masters and Bachelors degrees in Music Performance from the Manhattan School of Music in New York City where he studied with Metropolitan Opera Orchestra Timpanist, Mr. Fred D. Hinger and New York Philharmonic Principal Percussionist, Mr. Walter Rosenberger.
 

Mr. Berthold has been on the faculty ofHinds Community College since 1989. In addition to his duties there as applied instructor, Bud has taught at Alcorn State University, Mississippi College, and Jackson State University.
 

Along with being sought-after as a Private teacher providing Instruction in his home studio for Percussion students of all levels, Budis also an experienced touring performer and clinician. He is very much in demand as a freelance jazz artist and studio musician. He performs regularly as the Drummer/Percussionist in the Jackson based "Capital Brass" brass quintet, the “Plus 1 Jazz Trio”, the “Capitol City Stage Band”, and holds the permanent drum chair in the regionally acclaimed, "Bluz Boys" show band. 

Richard Hudson: MSO 2nd Horn

A native of the Washington, DC suburbs, Richard Hudson began his musical instruction on piano and French Horn while in elementary school.  After graduating from the Indiana University School of Music, he has performed with the Houston Symphony, the Jackson Symphony, the New Hampshire Symphony, Rhode Island Philharmonic, Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra, Opera Company of Boston, Boston Concert Opera, and the Cambridge Symphonic Brass Ensemble. He holds the position of  Second Horn with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra and performs with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra Brass Quintet.  Concurrent with his duties as a performer, he holds the dual positions of Director of Operations and Personnel Manager with the MSO.

Wayne Linehan: MSO 2nd Trumpet

Wayne Linehan holds degrees from The State University College at Fredonia, New York (Bachelor of Music in Education) and the State University of New York at Buffalo (Master of Fine Arts in Trumpet Performance), and is currently working on his Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of Southern Mississippi.  Mr. Linehan has been an active performer since securing the position of Second Trumpet with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra in 1983, performing with Capital Brass, MSO Brass Quintet, Mississippi Opera, Meridian Symphony Orchestra, Alabama Symphony Orchestra, and the International Ballet Competition Orchestra.  He has also played with the Chattanooga Symphony, the Memphis Symphony Orchestra and the Missouri Chamber Orchestra (MOSSPAC).

Before moving to Jackson, Wayne played with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra (extra trumpet), the Buffalo Pops Orchestra (principal trumpet), Johnny Mathis (lead trumpet), and the New York production of Camelot with Richard Harris (principal trumpet). Mr. Linehan is also an adjunct professor of music at Mississippi College where he teaches brass methods and trumpet lessons, and directs the Jazz Ensemble.

In addition to performing, Mr. Linehan has a diverse conducting background is has been Music Director and Conductor of the Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra since 2001.

Scottye Rackley: MSO 4th Horn

A native of Yazoo City, Scottye Rackley has been a permanent member of the French horn section of the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra since 1998. She holds a Master of Arts in Horn Performance from the University of Iowa. Mrs. Rackley is currently a student of Gregory Hustis of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. She has also studied privately with Frøydis Ree Wekre in Oslo, Norway and with the late Arnold Jacobs of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

Mrs. Rackley served as the Graduate Teaching Assistant to Dr. Kristin Thelander at the University of Iowa for the 1996-1997 school year and was a tenured hornist with the Cedar Rapids Symphony Orchestra from 1996-1998. Prior to this she was the French horn instructor at Morningside College of Sioux City, Iowa for the 1994-1995 academic year. While a resident of Iowa, she held jobs with the symphonies of Des Moines and Sioux City. She also performed frequently as a member of the French horn sections in the symphonies of Lincoln (Nebraska) and South Dakota (Sioux Falls). While studying with Frøydis Ree Wekre in Norway Mrs. Rackley performed with the Norwegian Radio Orchestra during their 1993-1994 season.

Mrs. Rackly is a member of the Golden Triangle Brass Quintet, has been on the faculty of Mississippi State University, and teaches elementary music at Manchester Academy in Yazoo City.  She is married to MSO Principal Tuba, Wade Rackley.

Mimi Linehan: MSO Principal Horn

Mimi Draut Linehanis Principal Horn with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, and plays in the MSO Wind Quintet and in Capital Brass. She also performs with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and the Mississippi Opera.

Originally from Montgomery, Alabama, Mimi first studied music with German-born organist/composer Harald Rohlig, whose musical lineage is traced directly to J. S. Bach. At the University of Southern Mississippi, she majored in Music Performance, studying horn with Dennis Behm. Other studies include master classes with Dale Clevenger, Froydis Ree Wekre, and Philip Farkas.

Solo appearances include the New Orleans Philharmonic, the Mississippi Symphony and the Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra. Mimi teaches horn at Mississippi College.

She is married to MSO 2nd trumpet Wayne Linehan.  

Lisa Davis: MSO 3rd Horn

Lisa Davis has been has been third horn for the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra since 1990.  She has also performed with the Alabama Symphony, Tupelo Symphony, Meridian Symphony, Mobile Symphony, and other ensembles around Mississippi.  Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Lisa studied at Florida State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Music in French Horn Performance, and at the University of Mississippi, where she earned a Master of Music in French Horn Performance.  Her teachers have included David Pandolfi, William Capps, Charles Snead, Eugene Wade, Bob Bonnevie and Richard Dolph.  Lisa is also the MSO's Regional Orchestra Players Association (ROPA) Delegate.     Lisa also holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Clinical Lab Science from the University of Mississippi Medical Center and is a Medical Lab Technologist at St Dominic Hospital.  In her spare time, Lisa enjoys training for and running marathons, traveling, and spending time with her husband, Mark and their two children, Kurt and Natalie.

John Shanks: Trombone

 

John Shanks has been Principal Trombone of the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra since 2013.  He is an accomplished and active player in many styles of music, having performed with the Alabama, Mobile, Tuscaloosa, Columbus (IN), Youngstown (OH), and other symphonies, the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, the Bloomington Camerata, the American Wind Symphony Orchestra, the Glenn Miller Orchestra, Birmingham's Superjazz, and many other groups. Additionally, he co-founded a successful Chicago-style rock band in Northeast Ohio.  Mr. Shanks also performed on the international tour of the musical Hairspray and served in the showbands aboard the MS Norwegian Sun and MS Norwegian Star.  Highlights of his solo appearances include being named the winner of the 2012 Eastern Trombone Workshop National Solo Contest, competing as a finalist in the same contest in 2011, playing Blue Bells of Scotland for a presentation by Joseph Alessi and Steve Dillon at the 2011 International Trombone Festival, and most recently being chosen as one of eight featured Participants from an international field at the 2013 Alessi Seminar.

Shanks holds the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Alabama, the Master of Music degree from Indiana University and the Bachelor of Music degree from Youngstown State University.  He has studied on the private or masterclass level with Joseph Alessi, Peter Ellefson, Carl Lenthe, M. Dee Stewart, Toby Oft, Mark Lawrence, Tim Higgins, Denson Paul Pollard, Demondrae Thurman, and many other low brass luminaries.

Mr. Shanks is a member of the American Federation of Musicians, the International Trombone Association, and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.  He is proud to be an S.E. Shires Performing Artist.

Aside from music, John enjoys Crimson Tide football, running, Geocaching, car and computer repair, reading, craft beer, and good coffee.

Ken Graves: MSO Prinicpal Clarinet

Ken Graves, Principal Clarinet of the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra since 2010 has collaborated with leading musicians of today including Sir Neville Marriner, Leon Fleisher, James Conlon, John Williams, Paavo Jarvi, and Leonard Slatkin.  He has performed chamber music with members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and has appeared with the Colburn Chamber Music Society. 

Ken has participated in nationally recognized music festivals such as the Music Academy of the West, the National Repertory Orchestra, Spoleto Festival USA, and the National Orchestral Institute.  He received his Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and his Master of Music degree from the University of Southern California.  He has also attended the Colburn Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles. 

Originally from Mount Pleasant, SC, Ken began his clarinet studies at age 11.  He made his orchestral solo debut at age 15, performing Crusell’s Clarinet Concerto No. 1 with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra as the winner of its concerto competition.  His principal teachers include Yehuda Gilad and Richie Hawley.  

In his free time Ken enjoys roasting coffee, playing golf, and watching baseball and football games on TV with friends.

Julie Hudik: MSO Principal Oboe

Julie HudikOhio native Julie Hudik received her bachelor’s degree in music performance from Kent State University, studying with Jeff Rathbun and Danna Sundet. She then became a student of Doris DeLoach at Baylor University, earning a Master of Music Performance degree. While at Baylor, Julie held the graduate assistantship in oboe and performed with the Waco Symphony Orchestra as second oboist. Julie went on to attend the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music, holding the Orchestra Librarian Assistantship and the Liberace Winds Graduate Woodwind Quintet Oboe Fellowship. She studied with Barbara Bishop while at UMKC and earned an Artist’s Certificate in Oboe Performance. Julie has performed in master classes given by Elizabeth Camus, Larry Combs, John Ferrillo, Erin Hannigan, John Mack, the Borealis Wind Quintet, and the Imani Winds. Prior to her appointment with the MSO, Julie was active as a freelance musician in the greater Kansas City area. In addition to the Waco Symphony Orchestra, Julie has performed with the Kansas City Symphony, the Kansas City Civic Orchestra, the St. Joseph, Mansfield, and Stow symphony orchestras.

Song Xie: MSO Principal 2nd Violin

Song Xie, a long-time section leader of the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, has won many prestigious  competitions and intensively performs as Soloist, Chamber musician and Orchestra leader.

As a passionate educator, Mr. Song Xie is currently a Professor of Music in violin, Conductor of the Belhaven Symphony and Chamber Music Coach at Belhaven University. His students enjoy a top quality reputation on the state, regional, national and international stage. 

Jon Wenberg: MSO Principal Bassoon

Jon Wenberg

Jon Wenberg has served as the Mississippi Symphony's Principal Bassoonist since 1993.  He is also a member of the Mississippi Symphony Woodwind Quintet, the Meridian Symphony, the Magnolia Bassoon Quartet, and several other ensembles around the state.  Jon is originally from Wisconsin.  He studied at Northwestern University where he earned both Bachelor and Master degrees in Bassoon Performance.  Jon also spent one year at the Cincinnati University College-Conservatory of Music as an Artist Diploma student, and spent five summers participating with the Aspen Music Festival.

Jon is currently the bassoon instructor at Jackson State University.  He has also taught at Mississippi College, Millsaps College, and teaches private lessons to students from all around the Jackson metro area. 

In his spare time Jon enjoys leather working, wood carving, and any craft project that will destroy at least one room of his house.

Wade Rackley: MSO Principal Tuba

 Wade Rackley has been the principal tubist with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra and the MSO Brass Quintet since 1993. He is the Adjunct Instructor of Tuba and Euphonium at Mississippi State University and is a member of the Golden Triangle Brass (the faculty brass quintet of MSU). Mr. Rackley is a member of the Capital Brass of Jackson and also plays upright bass in the Graham-Tucker Trio of Vicksburg. He studied tuba with Don Little and Everett Gilmore while pursuing his BM in Music Performance at the University of North Texas. Other teachers who contributed to his education were Pete Kline, Arnold Jacobs, Steve Johns, and Don Harry. Prior to entering UNT Mr. Rackley proudly served as a member of the United States Army Band of New York City at Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn, New York. He has been a member of the Festival Orchestra of the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria and toured various European countries with different musical ensembles. He is an accomplished brass instrument repair technician and enjoys arranging music for brass ensembles of various sizes. Mr. Rackley met his wife, MSO hornist Scottye Rackley, at a MSO performance at Smith-Wills Stadium in 1998. They own a home in Yazoo City that is "managed" by their three very spoiled cats.

Marta Szlubowska: Violin

Marta Szlubowska

Violinist Marta Szlubowska, a native of Warsaw, Poland, gave her first public performance at the age of seven at the Warsaw Philharmonic Recital Hall and soloed with the Szymanowski Liceum Orchestra in Poland and on tour of Great Britain at the age of thirteen. In 1983, Ms. Szlubowska came to the United States to study at the Peabody Conservatory of Music as a winner of the Joseph Maddy Scholarship (six-year full scholarship) where she received a Bachelor of Music Degree in performance and an Artist's Diploma. She continued with graduate studies at the University of Massachusetts, earning a Master's of Music Degree in performance as a student and teaching assistant of Charles Treger (the only American to ever win the Wieniawski International Violin Competition in Poland).

Ms. Szlubowska has been awarded many prizes including second prize at the Bryan International String Competition in North Carolina and Honorable Mentions at international violin competitions in Poland, Belgium and Finland.

In the U.S., Ms. Szlubowska has appeared as a soloist with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, North Carolina Symphony, Tacoma Symphony, Olympia Symphony, Bellevue Philharmonic and many others. Ms. Szlubowska has collaborated with such distinguished artists as Julius Baker (New York Philharmonic), Judith Glyde (Manhattan String Quartet), Alex Klein (Chicago Symphony), Gerhardt Zimmerman (North Carolina Symphony), Kevin Kenner (Winner, Chopin International Piano Competition), Harvey Felder (Tacoma Symphony) and others. She has performed in violin master classes of Ruggiero Ricci, Henryk Szeryng and others. Ms. Szlubowska has given numerous performances at the Tanglewood, Interlochen, and Meadowmount Music Festivals, and has appeared as a recitalist with Community Concerts, Inc. and at the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC. She has served on the faculty of the Eastern Music Festival, Utah Music Festival, and Marrowstone Music Festival. Ms. Szlubowska has performed under the baton of Leonard Bernstein and Seiji Ozawa at Tanglewood, and Alexander Schneider at Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

Between 1992 and 1999 Ms. Szlubowska held the position of Assistant Professor of Violin at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington, where in addition to her teaching duties she performed extensively as a soloist, as a concertmaster of the University Symphony Orchestra and as first violinist of the Regency String Quartet. Between 1999-2004 she held the alternating positions of the Associate Concertmaster and the Concertmaster of the La Crosse Symphony Orchestra in La Crosse, Wisconsin. After being a finalist for the Violin Position in the Minnesota Orchestra, Ms. Szlubowska was invited to perform numerous concerts with MO under the direction of such renowned conductors as Edo de Waart and Stanislaw Skrowaczewski. During the summer of 2001 she began her association with the Colorado Music Festival in Boulder, Colorado, as a member of the festival orchestra. In June 2007, Ms. Szlubowska was a guest artist at the Belvedere Chamber Music Festival in Memphis, TN, where she promoted, through performance and recording, works by several award-winning contemporary composers from US as well as Italy and Hong Kong.

In the spring of 2007, Ms. Szlubowska made her debut performances (Jackson, MS; Hattiesburg, MS; and Fresno, CA) of the newly formed piano trio, Trio Appassionato, with pianist, Lynn Raley, Associate Piano Professor at Millsaps College in Jackson, MS, and cellist, Alexander Russakovsky, an Assistant Professor at the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, MS. Since the fall of 2004 Ms. Szlubowska has been an appointed Concertmaster of the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra in Jackson, Mississippi.

For more information, please visit www.martaszlubowska.com.

Frank Lynch: Oboe

Frank LynchFrank Lynch has been the MSO's Principal Oboe since 1978, and has been a featured soloist with the orchestra on several occasions.  A native Mississippian, Mr. Lynch attended the University of Alabama where he received the Bachelor of Music Degree.  He then was accepted into the studio of famed oboist Robert Bloom at Yale University where in 1975 Mr. Lynch earned the degree of Master of Music.  In addition to being a founding member of the MSO Woodwind Quintet, Mr. Lynch performs with the Delta Symphony Association and from 1985 - 1996 was a producer announcer for WPRM, Public Radio in Mississippi.

Darcie Bishop: MSO Principal Trumpet

Darcy BishopDarcie Bishop, Principal Trumpet with the Mississippi Symphony since 1988, is also Associate Dean of the Graduate School and Associate Professor of Music at Jackson State University.  A graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy, she holds the Ph.D. in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Higher Education from The University of Mississippi, and both the Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in Trumpet Performance from The Juilliard School in New York..

As an active chamber musician Darcie is principal trumpet of the Mississippi Camerata, and the MSO Brass Quintet.  She has participated in the Eastern Music Festival, Waterloo Music Festival and New York Renaissance Festival, among others.

Janette Sudderth: MSO Assistant Principal Cello

Janette SudderthJanette Sudderth was born in Atlanta, Georgia. She attended Sylvan Elementary and Sylvan Hills High School there. She studied piano with her mother and cello with Martha Bishop. She played cello in the Atlanta Youth Symphony through her high school years. As a senior, she played the first movement of the Schumann Piano Concerto with the Atlanta Youth Symphony. She graduated from Georgia State University with a degree in Piano and Cello performance. She studied there with John Schneider, piano, and Martha Gerschefski, cello.

While at Georgia State, she played principal cello in the All-State Orchestra, playing the Symphony of Psalms conducted by Robert Shaw. Then, she went to school in Texas at Midwestern State University with, again, a major in piano and cello performance. She studied with Gary Lewis, piano, and Adolfo Odnoposoff, cello, while at Midwestern, and privately with John Perry, piano.

While attending Midwestern State, Sudderth was the principal cellist of the Wichita Falls Symphony. She came to Jackson in 1979 to teach strings in the Jackson Public Schools and to be in the Mississippi Symphony. She has worked at many colleges in the Jackson area: Jackson State University, Belhaven College, Millsaps College and Hinds Community College as teacher and/or accompanist. She has played organ at several churches in the Jackson area and studied organ with Billy Trotter, organist at Northminster Baptist Church and retired professor of organ at Mississippi College.

She is currently the organist/pianist at St. Richard Catholic Church. At this time she is a piano instructor at Hinds Community College and assistant principal cellist in the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra.

Ana Catalina Ramírez Castrillo: Clarinet

Ana Catalina Ramirez CastrilloAna Catalina Ramírez Castrillo was born in San José, Costa Rica. She had her first experience with the clarinet in her school band in 1992. In 1993 she was accepted in the National Institute of Music of Costa Rica (NIM). There, she studied clarinet with Marvin Araya, principal clarinetist of the National Symphony Orchestra of Costa Rica. In her country, Ms. Ramirez was principal clarinetist of the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Costa Rica for four years, assistant clarinet teacher at the NIM, first clarinet for the National Band of San Jose, Costa Rica, second clarinet for the National Symphony Orchestra of Costa Rica for the 1999-2000 season, and an active chamber musician. In 1999 and 2000 she was a winner of the Costa Rica Young Soloist Competition, appearing several times as a soloist with both the Youth and National Symphony Orchestras of Costa Rica.

In 2000 Ms. Ramirez came to Louisiana to study clarinet with Frankie Kelly at Southeastern Louisiana University. A year later, she continued her studies at the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with soloist Jonathan Cohler, where she obtained a Diploma in Music Performance in 2004.

During her stay in Cambridge, she was a winner of the Longy School of Music Honors Competition, a semifinalist of the Young Artist Competition of the International Clarinet Association, clarinet teacher at several schools in the area, and production manager and bass clarinetist for the Brockton Symphony Orchestra in Brockton, Massachusetts.

Ms. Ramirez has performed solo recitals in her native country, the United States, and in Venezuela, where she has performed as a guest artist since 2004. She has performed in master classes for world renowned clarinetists such as Philippe Cuper, Ricardo Morales, Luis Rossi, Wenzel Fuchs, Paquito D’Rivera, Kalman Berkes, Alessandro Carbonare, and Charles Neidich. She also participated in the Sewanee Music Festival, Interlochen Arts Camp, XIX International Orchestra Festival in Murcia, Spain, the 2001 and 2002 International Clarinet Connection in Boston, the Youth Orchestra of the Americas Latin-American tour 2005, and the 38th International Winter Festival at “Campos do Jordão” in Brazil.

In December 2007 she received a master’s degree in Music Education with emphasis in Performance from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, where she studied with clarinetist Michael Sussman. Today, she is principal clarinetist of the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, and teaches clarinet at Mississippi College.

David Dick: Trombone

David DickDr. David Dick is the Principal Trombone player for the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra and MSO Brass Quintet. Originally from the Canadian prairies, David received the Bachelor of Music Degree in Performance from the University of Regina, in Saskatchewan, Canada where he was a member of the Regina Symphony Orchestra and low brass instructor for the University of Regina Conservatory of Music. He received the Master's Degree in Music Performance from McGill University in Montreal and received the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Memphis. David remains active as a freelance musician in a wide variety of settings including orchestras, chamber groups, wind ensembles, jazz orchestras and jazz combos. He has performed with the Memphis Symphony, Arkansas Symphony, Jackson Symphony, the National Youth Orchestra of Canada and was an Aspen Summer Music Festival Fellow. David is also an adjunct professor of music theory and trombone for Belhaven College in Jackson, MS.

Sybil M. Cheesman: Flute

Sybil CheesmanSybil has been with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra since 1972. She became principal flute and one of the founding members of the MSO woodwind quintet in the fall of 1978. Her responsibilities include playing concerts at elementary schools in Jackson and surrounding areas and all performances of the MSO. She performs concerts locally, teaches at Mississippi College and Belhaven College and has an active private flute studio. A graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi (B.M., M.M.), she has performed with the Meridian, Pensacola, Gulf Coast and Mobile symphonies. She also performs with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra. She is the founder and director of Magnolia Flutes, a community flute choir. Her husband, Bob, is also a member of the MSO. They have two grown children.

Tammy Mason Luke: Section Viola

Tammy Mason LukeTammy received her early training in the Mississippi Youth Symphony Orchestra as a student of Mickey Davis and Robert McNally. After graduating from Wingfield High School, she attended Arizona State University where she was awarded a bachelor’s degree in instrumental music and went on to receive a master’s degree in viola performance with an emphasis on Suzuki violin at Northern Arizona University.

In addition to being a member of the MSO, she teaches strings in the MSO string program. She also serves as allcity co-coordinator of the Jackson Public School District’s Orchestra Program. Tammy is the conductor of the Mississippi Youth Symphony Cadet Orchestra and Holy Trinity Fine Arts Orchestra as well as director of the Kid Fiddlers of Jackson.

She is a certified Suzuki violin instructor with the Greater Jackson Suzuki Program and has served as a clinician in several Suzuki institutes including the 2006 Greater New Orleans Suzuki Summer Institute. She is a teacher in the Mississippi Symphony Premier String Orchestra Camp and has taught Jackson Prep summer strings programs. In 2006, she married John Luke of Noxapater, MS.

Emily Stromberg Baker: Section Cello

Emily Stromberg BakerEmily Stromberg Baker began studying music at the age of seven in her native state of Connecticut. After two years of piano lessons, she began playing the cello in her elementary school’s orchestra program, and took cello lessons with Emily Metcalf, formerly of the Hartford Symphony.

At age eleven, she moved to Toulouse, France, and studied with Cécile Millet of the Paris Conservatory. She was principal cellist of the town’s Youth Symphony until her return to the United States in 1991.

She resumed her cello lessons in Connecticut, this time with Laura Kane of the Hartford Symphony. She played in the high school orchestra, the Connecticut Youth Symphony, and I Giovanni Solisti, the premiere high school string ensemble of the West Hartford Public Schools.

In 1995 she began studying at Boston University with Michael Reynolds and George Neikrug. She was a member of the Boston University Concert Orchestra and Symphony Orchestra, and assistant principal cellist of the school chamber orchestra. She also played with the Jamaica Plain Symphony and the Harvard Pops Orchestra.

In 1997, she transferred to Peabody Conservatory, where she studied with Jeffrey Solow of the Amadeus Trio and Mihàly Virizlay of the Baltimore Symphony. She was a member of the Peabody Concert Orchestra and the Peabody Camerata, the school’s new-music ensemble, and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in 1999. She stayed at Peabody for the Master’s Degree Program from 1999 to 2001, and during this time was a member of the Peabody Symphony Orchestra, the Peabody Camerata, the Conducting Lab Orchestra and string quintet, and the Charles Street Chamber Players, a student-run ensemble.

She has proudly served as a member of the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra since August 2001, and is looking forward to several more wonderful years with the MSO. In January, 2003, she appeared as soloist with the Symphony on their Baroque Concert at St. Andrew’s Cathedral in downtown Jackson.

She is married to Chris Allen Baker, news and sports editor of The Scott County Times, and lives near Lake in Scott County.

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Upcoming Performances

MOZART BY CANDLELIGHT

Sat, Jan 13, 2018, 7:30 PM

Selby and Richard McRae Foundation: ELGAR’S ENIGMA

Sat, Jan 27, 2018, 7:30 PM

STOP IN THE NAME OF LOVE

Sat, Feb 03, 2018, 7:30 PM

Selby and Richard McRae Foundation: LOVE’S FOLLY

Sat, Feb 17, 2018, 7:30 PM

ALL STRINGS

Sat, Feb 24, 2018, 7:30 PM