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The Georgia Symphony Orchestra is supported in part by the Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly. The GCA also receives support from its partner agency – the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Sponsors and Supporters

It is through the sustained generosity of our supporters that the Georgia Symphony Orchestra is able to continue delivering quality enrichment, entertainment and education throughout our community and greater region, encompassing music and arts lovers of all ages.

Our growing list of programs supports a wide range of needs in the community. Just a small sampling of the diverse options includes young musician education, inclusiveness in the concert hall, veterans’ support, free and affordable concert tickets, community presentations, and collaborative promotion of other outstanding nonprofit organizations.

Combining your giving with a musically infused GSO program doubles your impact in the community. Donating to the GSO is easy. Visit us at georgiasymphony.org/donate. Or call 770-615-2908.

Special Thanks to the Bobbie Bailey Foundation

for their gift of a $1 Million Dollar Endowment Fund

The GSO is sincerely grateful for the substantial support of our youth education program given by:

Gold Baton Circle $15,000-$24,999

Aegon Transamerica Foundation • Imlay Foundation

Silver Baton Circle $10,000-$14,999

Bobbie Bailey Foundation • Linda and John Cooke • Marietta Tourism

Bronze Baton Circle $5,000-$9,999

Bob and Linda Bonstein • GreyStone Power • Marietta Kiwanis • John and Shirley Morgan • Publix Supermarket Charities • James Rhoden • S.A. White Oil Company • Willful Impact

Conductor’s Circle $2,500-$4,999

Anonymous • Anonymous • Mary Kay Howard • Nora Roberts Foundation • Jeffrey and Louise Tharp • Sydney Trew

Principal Circle $1,000-$2,499

Frank Harris & Abby Avery Family • Robert and Holli Cortelyou • Crane Elder Law Firm • John Howell and Barbara Barr-Howell • Pamela Hubby • Mrs. Howard Lawrence • Joanne Mazula • Tutt and Debbie McCracken • Valencia McCrimmon • Gregory and Christine Mishkin • Pam and Bruce Rhyne • Linda Rodriguez • Alan and Susan Stensland • Lynn Thomas • Susan Traendly

Musicians Circle $500-$999

Anonymous • Barbara Barr-Howell • Cindy and Henry Bohn • Allan Cheshire • Jeremy Ewers • Bruce Gillett • Marianne Holdzkom • Home Depot • Kimberly-Clark Foundation • Regina Malloy • Oral Moses • Posh Hair Studio of Acworth • Georgia Rambo • Jackie Rucker • Ronna Ruppelt • Bob and Marge Schulhof • See Beautiful • Harry and Jennifer Winograd

Concertmaster Circle $250-$499

Anonymous • Dame Bamburry • David and Elesa Hembree • Tanya Hunter • Brendan Knoblauch • Michael Knowles • Clifford McCune • Yvonne and Michael Perrino • Vianne Satterfield • Pat and Gilberto Torres • James Wetrich

Encore Circle $100-$249

Linda Acevedo • David Barry • Alenia Baxter • Tibor Besedes • Kristen Bonstein • Marilyn Brooks • DK Gallery • Stephen and Amy Drabant • Fred and Joan Embden • Maryann Fedack • Allison Fichter • Priscilla Granese • Sharon Green • Barbara Hammond • Justin Hart • Judy Harvey • Adrian Heenan • Ann Hixson • Thomas LaForge • John Love • Brenda Lyle • Abraham Mahoney • Russell Marshall • Beverly Martin • Karen Milchus • Wei Money • Gil Moor • Paula & Grainger Morrison • Emory Morsberger • Jonathan Nash • Bill and Sarah Needs • Sam Olens • Trevor Phillips • Taylor Rambo • Jane Redwine • Brenda Rhodes • Alberto and Cindee Sapoznik • Al and Laura Searcy • Peter and Marian Sebel • Beth Simpson • Steve Simpson • CB Smithwick • Robert Snider • Sharon Stills • Ann Teeter • Sandra Timmons • John L. and Ann B. Vandevate • James and Karen Warren • Joseph Yorio

Ovation Circle $50-$99

Colt Chambers • Stephanie Davy • Jacqueline Downing • Camille Fairbanks • Elise Goldstein • Lenora Goodliffe • Sandra Herndon • Sandy Hsieh • Grace Johnson • Nick Johnson • Kil Soo Jung • Darron Kendrick • Kroger • Kristi Ledford • Wendy Lerner • Jane McGuigan • Mary Monteith • Pranita Nirgudkar • Nancy and Gordon O’Neill • Rodrick Stewart • Albert Strada • Gary Thomas • Paul Tompkins • Lily WhiteRose • Amorelle Williams

In-Kind Supporters

ARTS of Cobb • Atlanta Marriott Northwest at the Galleria Hotel • Chris Savas Photography • Cobb Travel and Tourism • Frank Harris Law • Gift of Music Foundation • Moore Colson CPAs and Advisors • Timothy Verville

In Honorarium

Jeffrey Tharp in honor of the GYSO Jazz Ensemble

Noah Levine in honor of the GSO Chorus

Phillip O’Brien and Allison Fichter in honor of John and Linda Cooke

Nancy O’Neill in honor of Bob and Linda Bonstein

Kristen Bonstein in honor of Bob and Linda Bonstein

Dane Bamburry in honor of Valencia McCrimmon

Alenia Baxter in honor of Mary Kay Howard and Susan Traendly

Brendan Knoblauch in honor of Mary Kay Howard

Susan Traendly in honor of Mary Kay Howard

Sydney Trew in honor of Susan Stensland and Mary Kay Howard

Barbara Hammond in honor of Susan Stensland

Sharon Stills in honor of Susan Stensland

Brenda Rhodes in honor of Susan Stensland

Joan Harrell in honor of Susan Stensland

Martha and Dennis Moore in honor of Susan Stensland

In Memoriam

Michal Kotzan in memory of Jeff Kotzan

Eileen Paulin in memory of Jeff Kotzan

Linda Acevedo in memory of Jeff Kotzan

Sharon Stills in memory of Helen Mackey, Theresa Ireland, Betty Knautz, Sylvia Peters

Allan Cheshire in memory of Susan Cheshire

Joseph Yorio in memory of JoAnn Mary Yorio

Marianne Holdzkom in memory of Joanna Cox

Brenda Rhodes in memory of Joanna Cox

Debra McCracken in memory of Joanna Cox

Susan Stensland in memory of Joanna Cox

Debra McCracken in memory of Frances M. Keith

Grace Johnson in memory of Frances M. Keith


Suzanne Tucker

Executive Director


Madison Willits

Artistic Operations Manager

Amy McGaughey

Office & Box Office Coordinator

Dalian Bryan

Librarian & Personnel Manager

Artistic Staff

Timothy Verville Timothy Verville
Music Director and Conductor
Bryan Black Bryan Black
JG Morgan GSO Chorus Director
Sam Skelton Sam Skelton
GSO Jazz! Director & GYSO Jazz Director
Nathaniel F. Parker Nathaniel F. Parker
Associate Conductor, Dr. Bobbie Bailey GYSO Artistic Director & GYSO Symphony Director
Vera Ilyushina Vera Ilyushina
GYSO String Symposium and Honors String Quartet Coach
Erin Layton Erin Layton
GYSO Chorus Director
Christin Lawhorne Christin Lawhorne
GYSO Flute Choir Director
John Lawless John Lawless
GYSO Percussion Director
Sammy Mishkin Sammy Mishkin
GSO Chorus & GYSO Chorus Accompanist
Bora Moon Bora Moon
GYSO Clarinet Choir Director
Pyeongkang Park Pyeongkang Park
GYSO Philharmonic Director
Bill Scruggs Bill Scruggs
GYSO Camerata Director
Whitney Tinley Whitney Tinley
GYSO Harmonia and Concertino Director

Board of Directors

For information about joining our Board of Directors or Advisory Board, please click here.

Michael Knowles, Chair

Fifth Third Bank

Bob Bonstein


Amy Drabant

Atlanta Design Solutions

Frank Harris

Frank Harris Law

Regina Malloy

The Home Depot

Sydney Trew, Treasurer

Moore Colson CPAs and Advisors

Debbie McCracken

Ret. Educator/ Administrator

Valencia McCrimmon

Cox Enterprises, Inc.

Greg Mishkin


Ronna Ruppelt

CLM Alliance

Mary Kay Howard, Secretary

Ret. Educator/Medical Librarian

CB Smithwick

Raise Company, LLC

Todd Youngblood

Ret. Business Executive

Timothy Verville, Ex officio

Georgia Symphony Orchestra

Advisory Board

Chad Hagan

Hagan Capital

Dr. Jeffrey Tharp

Wellstar Medical Group

Pam Hubby

Ret. ArtsBridge Foundation

Jim Glover

Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty

Patricia Torres

Ret. Development Director GSO

Susan Stensland

Past Executive Director GSO

The John and Linda Cooke GSO/KSU Bailey School of Music Collegiate Scholars GYSO Internship Program

Laz Divine • Sydnee Goode • Giana Kleber • Nate Lawson • Gustavo De la Torre Martinez • Tyrell Smith • Alex Wilson • Allen Yun

About Us


Founded in 1951, the Georgia Symphony Orchestra has engaged audiences through imaginative programming, visionary leadership, and critically acclaimed performances.

Our Mission

The mission of the Georgia Symphony Orchestra is to enrich our community through accessible, high quality musical and educational experiences that instill a lifelong appreciation for the arts.

Our Vision

Our vision is to continue growing a thriving and innovative cultural organization that enriches, educates, and inspires audiences, students, and musicians in the community.

Our Values

We value high quality musical performances and we prioritize quality musicianship in our productions.

We value the accessibility of our programs to the community, we prioritize making venues, times, and cost fit the needs of the community, and we make sure no one will be left behind.

We embrace diversity and innovation in our programming to inspire the widest possible audience with our musical experiences.

We value the importance of volunteers across our organization.

We value the support of our donors and audience members and continually manage our resources effectively and efficiently.

We recognize the vital contributions of our musicians and educators and we strive to maintain relationships that create a positive environment for all.

We strive to provide a variety of high-quality musical education opportunities for youth and for life-long learning.

Musicians (From Professionals To Students) Performing In Our Organization
Years Of Making Music
More than 33+ Performances Presented To the Community This Season
Over 17,000 People Are Served By Our Programs Annually

Timothy Verville, Music Director and Conductor

The award-winning Timothy Verville’s performances are hailed as “awe-inspiring” and for “bringing down the house” (Atlanta Arts Scene). He is praised for possessing “finely focused conducting, (in which) the energy and pace of the music never sagged” (Tulsa World). A creative force, his innovative, imaginative, and musically engaging approaches in the concert hall position him as a uniquely multifaceted and multi-talented conductor of the modern orchestral world.

Verville conducted the inaugural Kyushu International Festival in Japan and has performed with the Kyushu Symphony Orchestra, Hita Civic Orchestra, the Chikushi Jogakuen Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Kyushu Philharmonic Orchestra. In central America, he has appeared with Opera Panama and the Panamanian National Symphony Orchestra, and in Russia with the Far Eastern Symphony Orchestra.

He led performances with orchestras and theater ensembles across the U.S including the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, Richmond Symphony Orchestra, Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra, and has upcoming appearances this season with the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra and Columbus Indiana Philharmonic.

As Music Director and Conductor of the Georgia Symphony Orchestra, Verville has energized audiences while increasing and diversifying concert offerings. His focus on audience engagement and outreach has been recognized throughout the community and in the League of American Orchestra’s “Symphony” magazine. His creative and collaborative programming has expanded the organization’s performance footprint and served to build bridges to underrepresented populations. In addition to conducting classics, pops, and special performances, he designs the Sensory Friendly concerts which have been supported by National Endowment for the Arts.

In 2007, Verville began a relationship with the Boston Chamber Orchestra that would encompass over a decade of music-making. Beginning as an instrumentalist in the orchestra, he was invited to become Associate Conductor and later Principal Guest Conductor. During his tenure, he toured internationally with the ensemble and recorded music for the orchestra’s first CD release.

In Phoenix, he served from 2010 to 2017 as the founding Artistic Director and Conductor of Arizona Pro Arte. His presentations of unique and highly anticipated collaborative events resulted in exponential organizational and audience growth. During his tenure, the orchestra expanded to include a regular masterworks season, a summer orchestral series, educational performances, a chamber music program, a dance ensemble, and establish a composer in residence. He instituted an annual “Call for Scores” competition that at its height received over 920 applicants from forty countries in a single season.

Additional previous engagements include Music Director and Conductor of the North Valley Chamber Orchestra (AZ), Scottsdale Baroque Orchestra (AZ), and Conductor of the Pollard Theatre (OK).

Verville regularly commissions and conducts regional, national, and world premiere compositions which encompass operatic, symphonic, and dance music. He has counseled young and emerging composers across the country and worked with the Tucson Symphony’s “Young Composers Project,” which Yo-Yo Ma praised as an “extraordinary program.”

An award winner in the American Prize for Orchestral Performance, Verville was mentored by esteemed conductors Bruce Hangen, Timothy Russell, and James DePreist. He worked in masterclasses with David Effron, Markand Thakar, and Neil Varon. At the renowned Monteux School and Music Festival, Verville was selected as an orchestral assistant while studying with Michael Jinbo.

Verville earned degrees in music from the Boston Conservatory, the University of Oklahoma, and Arizona State University. He resides in Georgia with his wife and children.

For more information, please visit TimothyVerville.com

Nathaniel F. Parker​, Associate Conductor, Dr. Bobbie Bailey GYSO Artistic Director & GYSO Symphony Director​

A talented and versatile musician, Nathaniel F. Parker has conducted orchestras in the United States, Peru, Russia, Poland, England, and the Czech Republic. Equally at home working with professionals and training future generations of musicians, Dr. Parker is Director of Orchestral Studies at the Kennesaw State University School of Music—serving as Music Director and Conductor of the Kennesaw State University Symphony Orchestra and Conductor of the Kennesaw State University Opera Program—and Associate Conductor of the Georgia Symphony Orchestra. His recent guest conducting engagements include appearances with the Jackson Symphony Orchestra (Michigan), the Connecticut Music Educators Association (CMEA) All-State Orchestra, the Fulton County High School Honor Orchestra (Georgia), and the Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA) District 9 High School Honor Orchestra.

Dr. Parker is the recipient of numerous honors, awards, and scholarships. He was named a finalist for a Conducting Fellowship with the New World Symphony, a semi-finalist for a Conducting Fellowship at Tanglewood, and a Candidate for the Respighi Prize in Conducting; he also received a Citation of Excellence in Teaching from the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association. An active scholar, Dr. Parker’s writings have been published by the Conductors Guild and the College Orchestra Directors Association (CODA). He has presented research at the College Orchestra Directors Association’s national and international conferences and is Editor of the Journal of the Conductors Guild.

Dr. Parker has served as Music Director and Conductor of the Concert Orchestra and faculty at New England Music Camp (Maine), and Interim Music Director and Conductor of the Georgia Youth Symphony Orchestra’s (GYSO) Symphony and Camerata orchestras. Before relocating to Georgia, he was Director of Orchestral Activities and Assistant Professor of Music at Marywood University (Pennsylvania) where he was Music Director and Conductor of the Marywood University Orchestra and taught courses in conducting, instrumental methods, musicology, and analytical techniques. Other previous positions include Associate Conductor and Production Manager of the Jackson Symphony Orchestra (Michigan), Music Director and Conductor of the Jackson Youth Symphony Orchestra, Director of the Jackson Symphony Orchestra Community Music School, Graduate Conducting Intern at Michigan State University, Music Director and Conductor of the Mason Orchestral Society’s Community Orchestra and Youth Symphony (Michigan), Assistant Director of Music at Xaverian High School (New York), Conductor of the New Music Festival of Sandusky Orchestra (Ohio), and Graduate Assistant Conductor and Teaching Assistant at Bowling Green State University (Ohio).

Parker earned a Doctor of Musical Arts in Orchestral Conducting from Michigan State University, where his primary instructors were Leon Gregorian and Raphael Jiménez. During his time at MSU he regularly appeared with all the university orchestras and focused his doctoral research on Leonard Bernstein, specifically the composer’s Symphony No. 2, “The Age of Anxiety.” He earned a Master of Music in Orchestral Conducting from Bowling Green State University, where he studied with Emily Freeman Brown. His other conducting mentors include Stephen Osmond, Gary W. Hill, and Timothy Russell. In addition to his training in academia, Dr. Parker participated in numerous conducting master classes and workshops, conducting orchestras under the tutelage of nationally and internationally renowned conductors and conducting pedagogues including Christoph Eschenbach, George Hurst, Arthur Fagen, Markand Thakar, Mark Gibson, David Itkin, and Paul Vermel. Parker began his collegiate education at Arizona State University, where he studied bassoon with Jeffrey G. Lyman and graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Music in Bassoon Performance.

Nat resides in Kennesaw with his wife, Melody, their son, Jacob, and their dog, Sammy.

For more information, please visit www.nathanielfparker.com

GYSO Seniors!

Congratulations to our 2023 GYSO Seniors!

Davis Arens • Kylie Buchanan • Caleb Burndrett • Kaitlyn Carpenter • William Chastain • Zane Crosson • Joey Dagostino • Jealyna Desarmes • Elisha Dewan • Ryan Ellicott • Shelby Fuller • Gabriel Gill • Reese Hall • Rithu Hedge • Ivan Jaiwant • Daniel Johnson • Hannah Jones • Lacy Kluck • Rohan Kumar • Stephanie Lee • Christopher Linder • Stephen Linder • Talal Masood • JeNai O’Connor • Reagan Pettus • Taylor Pruitt • Angelica Ricardo • Laila Sabree • Sean Salazar • Anoushka Scaria • Niland Siebenaler • Austin Smith • Mason Stokes • Maya Tongue • Lakshmi Valliyappan • Jacob Wilhelm • Sam Williams

Concert Program


GYSO Chorus
Erin Layton, Director

Huddie Leadbetter (aka Lead Belly), arr. Robert Jones
     Saniah Chapman and Aaliyah Smith, soloists

Paul Williams & Kenny Ascher, arr. Gary D. Fry

Bill Withers & Skip Scarborough, arr. Robert T. Gibson

Civilla D. Martin & Charles H. Gabriel, arr. Kenneth Paden, adapted Rollo Dilworth

Ensemble Musicians

Saniah Chapman
Christine Choi
Gabrielle Clark
Sara Harris
Avery Henard
Hunter Motherway
Dana Robinson
Lakshmi Valliyappan
Kristopher Watkins
Michelle White
Rithu Hedge
Alexandria Kelly
Mary Wambui
Cathryne Belangee
Aaliyah Smith

GYSO Camerata
Bill Scruggs Music Director and Conductor

Robert W. Smith

Quincy Hilliard

Soon Hee Newbold

Ensemble Musicians

Violin 1
Aidan Park
Neal Vats
Claire Naranjo
Janet Hong
Samantha Schubert
Minjun Lee
Penelope Nour
Dennis Grice III
Aniayah Tabor
Abigail Daniel
Chloe Okoth
Charles Hoffman
Grace Wu
Violet Parada
Anahelle Villefranche
Taylor Pruitt

Violin 2
Evelyn Cotton
Xavier Uchime
Madison Carlsen
Mila Miechowicz
Lola Barden
Kaimi Trevison
Maite Chipatecua
Audrey Nour
Alexander Munoz
Sam Kiesel
Dana Robinson
Zander Fernandez
Finley Edwards
Mia Cobbs
Elise Watton
Sean Salazar
Nicolas Giusto
Danica Shannon
Emily Mroz
Maja Brooker
Esdras Millan-Nava
Tomoki Sato
Laila Sabree

Sarah Wang
Daniel Helbling
William Morgan

Lydia Berry
Haruka Kuroda
Grace Tao
Ishan Chande
Warrina Lan
Robert Dubone
Matthew Jones
Avery Jacobs
Michael Franqui
Jordan Crain-Hurst
Lauren Willhelm
Thomas Brown
Talal Masood
Elisha Dewan
Noah Eisenman
Kelechi Iwudibia

Daniel Bermudez
Bryan Garcia Medina

Avery Misbach
Ellie Wasserman
Eden Malka
Charlotte Langhans
Tanya Baskar
Zemyna Didas

William Denoziere

Sophia Tao
Hunter Shannon
Ashley Choi
Elizabeth Protos
Lukas Fernandez

Bartol Besedes
Felipe Zimelewicz Pires
Aarush Kumar
Michael Marsh
French Horn
Edward Schilke

Concert Program


GYSO Jazz!
Sam Skelton, Director

Milt Jackson, arr. Sam Skelton

Charles Mingus, arr. Sam Skelton

Miles Davis, arr. Sam Skelton

Gerry Neiwood, arr. Sam Skelton

Ensemble Musicians

Alto Saxophone
Miguel Flores-Padilla
Caroline Pierson

Tenor Saxophone
Joey Somerlot
Zane Crosson

Caleb Burndrett
Santiago Campos

Rhythm Section
Raphael Immanuel
Linzy Jacques
Gabriel Gill
Eve Gordon

GYSO Philharmonic
Pyeongkang Park, Music Director and Conductor

Gustav Mahler, arr. Richard Meyer

Andrew Lloyd Webber, arr. Bob Lowden

Ludwig van Beethoven, arr. Richard Meyer

Ensemble Musicians

Violin 1
Chloe Hua
Norah Reilly
Aiden Chae
Jaehyun Kim
Amy Qi
Peter Ulitin
Leo Leger
Sophia Foisy
Stephanie Lee
Ella Shaheen

Violin 2
Veniamin Duarte
Chelsea Daniel
Aidan Patel
Chelsea Parada
Zehari Williams
Charlie Kopkas
Hayden Menezes
Neil Daniel
Christina Paul
Adelaide King
Sarah Xing
Hattie Feddersen
Jealyna Desarmes

Megan Van Reenen
Bridgette Butler
Amelia Powell
Iris Liu
Ethan Debeb
Kevin J Chang

Arjun Nirgudkar
Miah Chien
Seneca Watson
Aiden Allison
Zowie Villefranche
Reese Hall
Jacob Wilhelm
Katherine Fogle

Jonathan Vincenty

Grace Jiang
Tabatha Smith
Charlotte Langhans

Yul Kim
Liz Somerlot
Jenny Jang

Sophia Kenis
Niland Siebenaler

Owen Denoziere
Connor Stewart
French Horn
Audrey McKey

Eric Sher

Anoushka Scaria

Concert Program


GYSO Percussion Ensemble
John Lawless, Director

Blake Tyson

Jim Casella

Ensemble Musicians

Eve Gordon
Ivan Jaiwant
Sam Williams
Connor Reddington
Lucas Price
Gershom Munene
Jaylen Phillips
Asher Troskie

GYSO Symphony
Nathaniel F. Parker, Music Director and Conductor

Georges Bizet (1838–1875)
SUITES NOS. 1 AND 2 from the opera CARMEN (1875)     
     I. Prelude
     II. Aragonaise
     III. Intermezzo
     IV. Séguedille
     V. The Cavalry of Alcala
     VI. The Toreadors
     VII. March of the Smugglers
     VIII. Habanera
     IX. Nocturne
     X. Song of the Toreador
     XI. The Mounted Guard
     XII. Gypsy Dance

Ensemble Musicians

Violin 1
Joey Dagostino
Chakriya Phaengsook
Christopher Linder
Rachel Lee
Alexandra Hua
Elena Dagostino
Kaitlyn Carpenter
Leona Longhurst
Nora Hart
Helen Becker
Amy Tang
Gabriel Bravo
Shelby Fuller
Stephen Linder
Yousuf Mirza
Jeffrey Zhou

Violin 2
Jacqueline Kwun
Cheng Kai Duan
Kalea Walker
Ariana Syed
Erik Hansen
Caroline DePeter
Reagan Pettus
Truman Pou
Rohan Gazula
Rishabh Karra
Seraphim Duarte
Julia Kim
Addyson Sherwood
Brady Huesken

Will Weaver
Ella Trost
Obinna Uchime
Olivia Scott
William Fulton
James Cole

Neel Krishnan
Austin Smith
Ryan Dater
Bronwyn Becker
Grady Jenkins
Zhikai Huang
Simon O’Connor
Caleb Helbling
Jake Hunter
Alex Woloschinow
JeNai O’Connor
Nadia Vincent
Davis Arens

Michael Carroll

Chloe Park
Ryan Ellicott
Mason Stokes
Alexandra Zanjani

Kylie Buchanan
Angeles Tyler
Gavin Joyner
Max Calamia
Sarah Jiang
William Kaplan
Angelica Ricardo

Daniel Johnson
Rohan Kumar

French Horn
August Holcombe Pomerance
Eric Chastain

Caleb Burndrett

Audrey Hare

William Chastain

Anoushka Scaria

Lucas Price
Sam Williams