InConcert Orchestra – Sept. 15

Sunday, September 15, 2019 • 2 pm

Ken Hardin, conductor

 

Greatest Hits Vol. 7

Conductor Ken Hardin and he InConcert Orchestra will take you on a journey of some of the greatest classical pieces ever written, breathtaking, passionate, heart-wrenching and fully explored. A symphony of sounds you will treasure… including a new gem!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The ICS Orchestra is comprised of professional local and regional players and anchored by our concertmaster Richard Altenbach.

 


 

Program:

Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture – Tchaikovsky

Petite Suite – Debussy

Variations for Orchestra on a Theme of Joseph Haydn – Brahms

Three Pieces on “Seedlings” of Maria Apostoles – Neufeld

Finlandia – Sibelius

 


 

 

 

$38 general (website purchase includes $4 online fee)
Youth 5-17 free with adult (call 530-273-3990 to reserve your ticket.)

 

Venue – Seventh-day Adventist Church, Grass Valley (click here for directions)

Book a room at our Official Hospitality Partners:  Courtyard Suites package or Lamb’s Victorian Inn

 

About John Neufeld:

John Neufeld has been a professional musician for over half a century, beginning his work as a musician at the age of sixteen. Since that time, he has participated in many facets of the profession, both as instrumentalist and composer. Composing has been something that he did mostly on his days off, except for a few years when he was engaged in underscoring television shows with Artie Kane for old productions such as Love Boat, Dynasty, and Hotel. As an instrumentalist, he has performed in symphony orchestras, chamber ensembles, and as a soloist. The majority of his work was with the Hollywood studio orchestras, where he recorded for film, television, and sound recordings. Some of the many well known films that he worked on as a player or orchestrator include My Fair Lady, Spartacus, Jurassic Park, Schindler’s List, and Star Wars. Neufeld’s experiences either as instrumentalist or orchestrator include working for or with such musicians as Igor Stravinsky, Pierre Boulez, John Williams, James Horner, Sir Neville Marriner, and Michael Tilson Thomas. Neufeld is now retired and living in Cambria, California, where he enjoys continuing his lifelong practice in music. His latest composition, Three Pieces on “Seedlings” by Maria Apostoles, was written especially for the InConcert Sierra Orchestra.

Please consider sponsoring a musician’s chair – see below:

 

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

$500 Principal Chair Sponsor receives:  
up to 4 tickets to the Sep 15 concert;
an invitation to a rehearsal (Thu evening 9/12 and/or Sat evening 9/14);
reception following the concert to meet the musicians;
a CD or MP3 download of the performance.
$250 Individual Chair Sponsor receives:
up to 2 tickets to the Sep 15 concert;
an invitation to a rehearsal (Thu evening 9/12 and/or Sat evening 9/14);
reception following the concert to meet the musicians;
a CD or MP3 download of the performance

Click here to sponsor a musician

 

InConcert Sierra Orchestra:

(bolded names below are unsponsored)

 

VIOLIN 1

Richard Altenbach, Concertmaster (sponsored by Leo and Gayle Granucci)

Helen Graham (sponsored by Robert Berman and Jane Ginsberg)

Jolán Friedhoff (sponsored by Corrie Upham)

Kristen Autry (sponsored by Hindi Greenberg)

Irina Samarina (sponsored by Binns and Michele Melander)

Bakyt Bekdjanov (sponsored by Binns and Michele Melander)

 

VIOLIN 2

Connie Kupka, principal (sponsored by Lizbeth Noel)

Sid Page

Rose-May Mickelson 

Amy Lindsey

Amanda Lostritto

Aubrey Fisher

 

VIOLA

Peter Jandula-Hudson, principal (sponsored by Denis and Barbara Drew)

Randy Fisher (sponsored by John and Robin Laverty Reves)

Nancy Ewing (sponsored by Shirley Freriks)

Shawn Prudhomme (sponsored by Mervin and Pat Baker)

 

CELLO

David Speltz, principal (sponsored by Ken Getz and Peter Mason)

Jia-mo Chen (sponsored by Bev Riddle)

Alexandra Roedder (sponsored by Dale and Kari Miller)

Daniel Wilder (sponsored by Ken Getz and Peter Mason)

 

BASS

Tom Derthick, principal 

Stephen Rice  (sponsored by Steve Nicholson and Mimi Vishoot)

 

FLUTE

Kirsti Powell, principal (sponsored by George and Jean Scarmon)

Darin Tidwell 

Shannon Devir (+piccolo)  (sponsored by John and Gwendy Reeder)

 

OBOE

Murray Campbell, principal  (sponsored by Lynn and Camille Kerby)

Cindy Behmer (+English horn) (sponsored by Art and Susan Duey)

 

CLARINET

Elizabeth McAllister, principal  (sponsored by Aileen James)

Karen Stenger  (sponsored by Greg and Tory Ouligian)

 

BASSOON

Dave Riddles, principal  (sponsored by Lance and Joan Goddard)

David Wells

 

HORN

Cara Jones, principal  (sponsored by Irv and Linda Baran)

Angelina Mejia 

Liesl Berry  (sponsored by Gary and Jeanne Palmer)

Matt Reynolds

 

TRUMPET

Michael Meeks, principal  (sponsored by Richard and Nancy McRay)

Ken Olson (sponsored by Richard and Nancy McRay)

Forrest Powell (sponsored by Richard and Nancy McRay)

 

TROMBONE

Steven Thompson, principal  (sponsored by Dick and Ann Mentzer)

Lloyd Ruby (sponsored by Paul, Dave and Marilyn Hardin)

 

BASS TROMBONE

Jeff Reynolds

 

TIMPANI/PERCUSSION

Tom Rance, principal (sponsored by Barry and Bonnie Howard)

Jonathan Latta (sponsored by Marion Culhane)

Steve Kaiser

 

HARP

Sage Po, principal (sponsored by Keith and Shirley Porter)

 

ADDITIONAL SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

BACKSTAGE SPONSOR – $500
(sponsored by Don and Barbara Scoble)

TIMPANI SPONSOR – $200

AFTER-CONCERT RECEPTION SPONSOR – $250

WEDNESDAY REHEARSAL SPONSOR – $500

THURSDAY REHEARSAL SPONSOR – $500 ‘

SATURDAY REHEARSAL SPONSOR – $500

JOHN NEUFELD COMMISSION SPONSOR – $1000