Suzuki soloists perform for Symphony Club

Soloists Ella Mancino

Ella Mancino

Josie Mays

Josie Mays

Madison Theil

Madison Theil

Chisato Fuji

Chisato Fuji

Four young soloists and 22 members of the CCM/SCPA Suzuki Strings program gave a recital at the Cincinnati Symphony Club’s October luncheon to open the club’s 2017-2018 season.

 

The soloists are current or past recipients of scholarships offered by the club. Pianist Josie Mays is an eighth-grader at Walnut Hills High School. Madison Theil, also a pianist, is a high school junior. The third pianist, 19-year-old Chisato Fuji, is pursuing a bachelor’s degree at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Violinist Ella Mancino, 14, started Suzuki studies when she was 6.

 

The strings partnership is in its fourth year; its students have a 100 percent acceptance rate into the instrumental music major at the School for Creative and Performing Arts.

Members of the CCM/SCPA Suzuki Strings Program at the Cincinnati Symphony Club

Members of the CCM/SCPA Suzuki Strings Program at the Cincinnati Symphony Club

 

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