Doors 7pm | Performance 7:30pm
Admission $10 (or $5 w/ student ID)
The Spotlight Concert Series showcases members of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra in the intimate Green Room at Crosstown Arts. The series provides the Memphis community the opportunity to get to know and learn more about the talented musicians that make up the Memphis Symphony Orchestra. Each month will feature a different musician or small chamber group as soloist or featured ensemble.
J.S. Bach: Concerto for Oboe and Violin in C minor BWV 1060
Brahms: Sonata No. 1 for Violin and Piano
Rachmaninoff: Vocalise Opus
About the artists :
Lenore McIntyre has been a core member of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra Violin section since 2005 and will celebrate her 15th Season in 2020 as Assistant Principal Second Violin of the MSO. As a celebrated violinist in the United States and Canada, she has brought exceptional musicianship and virtuosity to many Solo and Chamber Music performances. Lenore is enthusiastic about performing the Classical repertoire as well as modern day compositions. She has performed on stage for world premieres of some very relevant compositions by modern composers Jennifer Higdon, Mason Bates, D.J. Sparr and John Corigliano.
Tingting Yao is currently Staff Pianist at the University of Memphis Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music. Before joining the staff of the University of Memphis, she was a freelance pianist in Oklahoma City area, the University of Oklahoma, and University of Central Oklahoma.
Shelly Sublett has been Solo English horn and assistant principal oboewith the Memphis Symphony Orchestra since 1985. She has also held theposition of second oboe and English horn with the American Sinfonietta andthe Tennessee Summer Symphony. Her recordings are available on the Pro Organo label.