WSO Chamber Players
18 September 2016, 3-5PM

2016-2017 Concerts
First Parish Church
50 Church Street
Waltham, MA, 02452

Join the WSO Chamber Players for an afternoon of music featuring WSO Principal Players, Jing-Huey Wei, viola, Julie Reimann, cello, Paul Glenn, bass, Amy Sue Dombach, flute, and special guest Ellyses Kuan, piano.  Repertoire includes: Schubert's Piano Trio in Eb Major, Rossini's Duo for Cello and Bass, and a trip for flute, viola, and cello.

WSO Chamber Players at Waltham Riverfest
17 June ~5:00 PM

CHAMBER MUSIC
Waltham Riverfest 2016
84 South Street
Waltham, MA, 02453

Join the WSO Chamber Players for a relaxing late afternoon concert of brass music at the Waltham Riverfest. For more information about the Waltham Riverfest click, here.

WSO YA Concerto Competition
Winner Keila Wakao, violin

Keila Wakao, Violin
Violinist Keila Wakao, aged 10, began study at the age of three with Mrs. J. Riggs.  Developing rapidly, the late Joseph Silverstein accepted Keila as a student at the age of six.  Subsequently she studied with Suzan Gessner and Eiichi Chijiiwa (2013, Orchestra de Paris, France).  She currently studies with Donald Weilerstein, Julianne Lee, Anait Arutunian, Ying Xue, and Keisuke Wakao, receiving additional music instruction with Lail Davidson at the New England Conservatory Preparatory School. Despite her young age, Keila has proven herself as a serious, competitive violinist. At the age of seven, she won the Forte International Music Competition (New York, New York).  This was followed by 1st place wins at the 8th Yokohama International Music Competition (Japan, 2014), and 1st place at the New York International Competition for Young Artists (New York, 2016).  Most recently Ms. Wakako performed Mozart's Concerto in D Major, KV 211 and Meditation from Thais with the Metrowest Symphony Orchestra (2015).  In her spare time, Keila enjoys reading, drawing, fashion design, and studying the Japanese language.