Fellowships and Competitions
Andrew and Amy Vaughan Student Symphonic Fellowship
Two Young Musicians Selected as Fellows
Jared Davis from Ona and David Buch from Beckley have been selected as the Student Symphonic Fellows in the Andrew and Amy Vaughan Fellowship Program through the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra (WVSO). Their selections are the result of auditions and interviews before a community panel on December 8, 2012.
Davis, a senior at Cabell Midland High School, plays tuba, double bass and electric bass in musical ensembles at his school, and also participates in Tri-State Youth Orchestra and in the Bethesda Methodist Church Worship Band.
Buch, a junior at Woodrow Wilson High School, is heavily involved in school academic clubs and competitions, plays tuba in the school band, and cello in the West Virginia Youth Symphony.
As part of their Student Symphonic activities, these students will
Since its inception in 2001 by Dr. Andrew and Amy Vaughan, this monitored and time-intensive training program for serious music students remains a unique program among orchestras throughout North America.
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Maestro Cooper presents information-filled previews of each symphonic subscription concert from the stage, starting usually an hour before the concert that evening. Our guest artists frequently join him during the preview to discuss important topics relating to the repertoire for that evening. Prelude start time is 7:00 p.m. before Capitol Conference Center Symphonic Series Concerts.
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