Classical IPR in Concert: Interlochen Arts Camp 2021 highlights

Updated: Aug 13, 2021


Musicians in the 2021 World Youth Honors Choir rehearse music of Adolphus Hailstork


(Originally published on August 12, 2021 at 10:25 AM EDT by Dr. Amanda Sewell on Interlochen Public Radio.)


Interlochen recently wrapped up its 2021 camp season, and we're featuring just a few musical highlights from the summer on this week's broadcast.


On the program, the students in the advanced string quartet program present an entire Beethoven quartet, while Chelsea Tipton, II leads the members of the Interlochen Philharmonic in music of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.


Plus, the World Youth Honors Choir performs music of Adolphus Hailstork, and the World Youth Wind Symphony gives the world premiere of a piece by Jennifer Jolley.


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Repertoire and personnel


Interlochen Philharmonic, conducted by Chelsea Tipton, II Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Danse nègre


World Youth Honors Choir, conducted by Gregory Ristow Adolphus Hailstork, Dunbar Hymns


World Youth Wind Symphony, conducted by Steven Davis Jennifer Jolley, March (world premiere)


High School Advanced String Quartets Ludwig van Beethoven, String Quartet in E-flat major (op. 74)

1 of 4 — Advanced String Quartet 1 L to R: William Kinney, Anna Ciszewska, Katrina Wolfe and Elisabeth Mead 2 of 4 — Advanced string quartet 2 L to R: Eddie Zho, Olivia Choi, Anika Grieve, Emily Moloney 3 of 4 — Advanced string quartet 3 L to R: Clark Snavely, Joshua Cisneros, Nicholas Chrisman 4 of 4 — Advanced string quartet 4 L to R: Madison Oh, Kaito Stohr, Mercedes Stratton, Grace Leonard

Movement I: William Kinney (violin), Anna Ciszewska (violin), Elisabeth Meade (viola), Katrina Wolfe (cello)


Movement II: Eddie Zhou (violin), Olivia Choi (violin), Emily Moloney (viola), Anika Grieve (cello)


Movement III: Clark Snavely (violin), Joshua Cisneros (violin), Adele Kelley (viola), Nicholas Chrisman (cello)


Movement IV. Madison Oh (violin), Kaito Stohr (violin), Grace Leonard (viola), Mercedes Stratton (cello)


The recordings on this program were engineered by Stefan Wiebe, Logan Gare and Kolyo Vanchev.



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