Laura Woyasz, recently seen on Broadway in For The Girls, singing alongside Kristin Chenoweth.
Laura made her Broadway debut as Glinda, in Wicked. Off Broadway: The Marvelous Wonderettes (Missy Miller) Attack of the Elvis Impersonators (Prissy Bordeaux) at the Lion Theatre. My Life With Albertine at Playwrights Horizons & Come Blow Your Horn at TACT. National Tours: Cheers Live On Stage, (Diane/ Carla US) Thoroughly Modern Mille, (Mille US) Wicked, (Glinda US) Hello Dolly, (Minnie Faye)
Mark Nuccio, Clarinet
Critics have praised clarinetist Mark Nuccio for his solo, orchestral, and chamber appearances, describing him as “the evening’s highlight”, full of “mystery and insight” and “shaping his phrases beautifully with a rich, expressive tone.” (NY Times)
Yoonshin Song, 1st Violin
Acclaimed as “a wonderfully talented violinist…whose sound and technique go well beyond her years”, violinist Yoonshin Song was born in South Korea, where she began her musical studies at age 5. Making her solo debut with the Seoul Philharmonic at age 11, she has since built a successful performing career internationally. Yoonshin was appointed as Concertmaster of the Houston Symphony in August 2019. Prior to that she has held the same position with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra for seven seasons. Yoonshin has also served as guest concertmaster of the Budapest Festival Orchestra under Iván Fischer. READ MORE
Oleg Sulyga, 2nd Violin
Native of Moscow, Russia with Ukrainian roots; Oleg Sulyga began his music education in Moscow Central Music School; later continuing it at SMU in Dallas; Paris, France; and the University of Houston under guidance of professor Emanuel Borok. Mr. Sulyga was a member of world-renowned ensemble “The Moscow Virtuosi” led by Vladimir Spivakov; with which he traveled extensively and performed in the world’s most prestigious concert halls.As a chamber musician he performed with the principals of the Wiener Philharmoniker and The Kopelman Quartet. As orchestral musician he has performed with the Chicago Symphony, the National Symphony, and the Houston Symphony orchestras. READ MORE
Joan DerHovsepian, Viola
Joan DerHovsepian holds the position of Acting Principal Viola of the Houston Symphony Orchestra. She joined the viola section of the Houston Symphony in 1999, hired by Christoph Eschenbach, and began serving as Associate Principal in the fall of 2010. Ms. DerHovsepian was Principal Viola of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra for two seasons and played in the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. She has appeared as guest principal viola with the Cincinnati Symphony. READ MORE
Suren Bagratuni, Cello
Winner of the silver medal at the 1986 International Tchaikovsky Competition while still a student at the Moscow Conservatory, Bagratuni has gone on to a distinguished international career as a soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician. In addition to performing throughout the former Soviet Union, he has toured worldwide, earning enthusiastic praise in both traditional and contemporary repertoire. READ MORE
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