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May 2, 2013 Concert Celebrates 30 Years of Suzuki Strings in Cedar City

             Join the Cedar City Suzuki Strings, Rocky Mountain Strings and CCSS alumni as they  celebrate 30 years of musical education and performance in Cedar City during their annual spring concert.  The concert is Thursday, May 2 at 7:00 pm in the Heritage Center.  The public is invited and the suggested donation is $5.             The concert includes a variety of music ranging from classical to folk.  Pieces include “Concerto #5, 1st movement” by F. Seitz; “Concerto for Two Violins, 1st movement” by Bach, “Fiocco Allegro”, “Hunter’s Chorus”, “Short Bow Jig” and “Boil Them Cabbage Down.”             RMS of Northern Utah join the 30th year celebration.  They perform “Appalachian Spring” by Copland, arranged by McLean; “Waltz and Tanz” by Kabalevsky; “Perptuo Mobile” by Karl Bohm, and “Caprice #24” by Paganini, arranged By McLean.  They also play and perform choreography to “Millionaire’s Hoedown” by Celbanoff/McLean.             RMS is an advanced performing group o

Joint Concert with Suzuki Strings and Jack Ashton's Young Artist Chamber Players

Thanks to all involved in this joint concert.                                                                                                 Rehearsal with both groups under direction of Jack Ashton. This shows the inverted ark of St. Jude's Episcopal which creates wonderful performance acoustics. Intermission treats with Suzuki Strings. Suzuki Strings students prepare for the concert. Rev. Susan Allman, Jack Ashton, and Sara Penny after the concert These two photos courtesy of Susan Allman. Violinist Ellie Seegmiller, Jack Ashton, and cellist Catie Seegmiller courtesy of Tasha Seegmiller.