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Concert with Young Artist Chamber Players and Suzuki Strings Cedar City


Thanks to everyone involved with the April 13 concert with the guest musicians from Salt Lake City. Special thanks to Jack Ashton for his dedicated service to music throughout the state and inspiring leadership. 

Videos links to performances:

Spring by Vivaldi, 1st movement, with combined orchestras

Attack on the Windmills by Don Quixote by Telemann

Minuet 3 with minor section

Corrente by J. S. Bach

Solitude on the Mountain performed by Young Artist Chamber Players

Concerto for Two Celli, Allegro, by Vivaldi

Suzuki Strings students, teachers, and pianists at April 13 concert
Jack Ashton with our Suzuki Strings Cedar City teachers


Young Artist Chamber Players at the concert directed by Jack Ashton

Recognizing soloists for Vivaldi Spring Concerto

Violins rehearsing

Violists rehearsing

Rehearsal for Spring Concerto by Vivaldi

Lindsay Szczesny introducing the concert

Amy Gold leading the group pieces in rehearsal




A little piano break between rehearsal and performance

Students enjoy treats between the rehearsal and concert.

Recognizing the soloists for Vivaldi Spring Concerto


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Thanks to everyone who participated in the Frontier Homestead program on Nov. 5, 2018.  We appreciate the students, teachers, pianists and families involved.  Thanks to the staff at Frontier Homestead for providing this opportunity to share our music.  Videos and photos by Heather Wilhelm, teachers and parents. If you have one you want to share please send to suzukistringscc@gmail.com.

Best wishes for a wonderful Christmas

Video links of the performances:

Blue Bells

My Dreydal

Frosty the Snowman

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First Noel

O Come Little Children

Jingle Bells

Silent Night

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Thanks to Heather Wilhelm and Samantha Herring for the Christmas group class downstairs