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PACIFIC MUSIC INSTITUTE 2019

FinaleWeekend July 13_14, 2019 String Orchestra Symphonic Band Jazz Band

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OLA Symphony Orchestra Joshua Roman, cello soloist

PMI Festival Orchestra

Adrian King, piano soloist presented by the Aloha International Piano Festival Blaisdell Concert Hall Sunday, July 14, 2019

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President’s Message

Dear HYS Families and Supporters:

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t is a great privilege and honor to have all of you here, in support of Hawaii Youth Symphony and our 32nd Pacific Music Institute. Through close interactions with caring faculty, chances to learn through observation and personal experience, making friends and trying new things, PMI is a wonderful, magical place for youth to develop themselves and their musical aspirations. I attended as a 7th grader, and the experience was transformative. Not every child will become, or want to become a professional musician, and at Hawaii Youth Symphony, we celebrate this. Our aspiration to make music a right, not a privilege, is directly related to our mission to develop every student to her or his fullest potential. The activities of PMI are geared with the student experience in mind. From instrumental workshops that focus on the development of technical skills, to chamber music, masterclasses, large ensembles, private lessons, and extracurricular seminars, the past two weeks have been filled with ways for students to take full advantage of our faculty’s expertise and passion for teaching. Many PMI faculty, teaching fellows, and students gave back to the community by performing free outreach concerts. Our 21 string quartets from the SSQ program performed for retirement communities at Arcadia, 15 Craigside, Kahala Nui, and One Kalakaua and the Adelphi Quartet visited students at the Boys & Girls Club’s NFL-YET Nanakuli Clubhouse. I am very proud of what PMI has accomplished this year, and am grateful to all of you for your generous and gracious support. I can’t thank enough our Board of Directors, our administrative team, our students and families, and all of our other stakeholders for their loyalty and trust. I am also very grateful to our major corporate sponsors—First Hawaiian Bank Foundation and Sky Waikiki/Top of Waikiki—for their sponsorship of PMI, and to the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra, our hometown heroes, for their support of the Festival Orchestra. Finally, a mahalo to IDAGIO, the premier streaming service for classical music, for its assistance in providing additional resources to our faculty and students. Last but certainly not least: A hearty congratulations to our students on a job well done! Aloha, Randy Wong, President Hawaii Youth Symphony

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About Hawaii Youth Symphony

awaii Youth Symphony (HYS) directly serves over 700 students annually, ages 7 through 18 years old, from over 100 schools statewide. Our mission is to advance the critical and positive links between music study, academic achievement, and social-emotional development, with programs that service youth through orchestral music education, performance opportunities, and community engagement. HYS was incorporated as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in 1964. In total, HYS serves an estimated 20,000 people through more than 40 concerts each season. Travel assistance for neighbor island participants and financial aid are available to ensure that any interested student—regardless of economics—can participate in our programs. Less than 30% of our operating budget is covered by tuition and registration fees; the rest is made up through contributions, grants, and sponsorships.

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Acknowledgements

We are grateful to our community partners whose generous support and special talents are invaluable to the Hawaii Youth Symphony. University of Hawai‘i Music Department Dr. Laurence Paxton, Chair Byron Moon, Facility Coordinator McKinley High School Ron Okamura, Principal Donna Hesch, Band and Orchestra Director Thomas Hesch, Assistant Band and Orchestra Director Kawananakoa Middle School Veronica Victor

Recording Engineer Robert Dickerson for Hawaii Public Radio Duane Padilla Chaperones Amy Shumoski Matthew Yamada T-Shirt Design Micah Gomes Graphic Design Micah Gomes Mark Nakamura Dawn Sakamoto Paiva

PR & Communications Becker Communications Marketing Jackson INK Media Lisa Nakamichi & Aloha International Piano Festival Kara Whi & Vive Hotel Waikiki Hawaii Symphony Orchestra AFM Local 677 IATSE Local 665

Mahalo to the music educators and private music teachers whose expertise, encouragement and support mean so much to our talented musicians. We are also grateful to the families and friends who volunteer their time and energy to strengthen our program and make it a success.

2019 Board of Directors & Staff

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Patti Look Chair Sharon R. Himeno Vice Chair Erica Mau Orejel Secretary Mary Ellen Williams Treasurer Richard K. Ing Immediate Past Chair

Directors Alan Arizumi Liza Wo Davis Gladys Hirano Collin Hoo Martin Hsia, Esq. Roy E. King, Jr. Malcolm Lau Tina Lau Michael Onofrietti Geoffrey Sewell, MD Jake Shimabukuro Jean Tsukamoto

Hawaii Youth Symphony 1110 University Ave., Suite 200 Honolulu, HI 96826-1598

STAFF Randy Wong, President Dr. John Devlin, PMI Artistic Director Carol Tsang, Director of Finance Jason Chin, PMI General Manager Aris Doike, Operations Manager Ann Doike, Programs Manager Samantha Champoux, Administrative Assistant Rory Onishi, Librarian Parker Nakamura, Operations Assistant

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JOHN DEVLIN

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Artistic Director & Conductor, OLA Symphony & PMI Festival Orchestra

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onductor John Devlin is an energetic force in the classical music world. He is an innovator of concert design, an ardent champion of American music, and a proponent of cross-genre collaborations. The newly appointed Music Director of the Wheeling Symphony Orchestra, Devlin is only the ninth conductor in its 90-year history to hold that title and, at 33, is one of the nation’s youngest music directors to lead a professional symphony orchestra. Devlin’s artistry and versatility make him a sought-after guest conductor with major orchestras across the nation. His recent engagements include performances with the National Symphony Orchestra, the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra, the Columbus Symphony, the Omaha Symphony, the Princeton Symphony Orchestra, and the American Repertory Ballet. Of his debut with the National Symphony Orchestra and violin soloist Joshua Bell, Anne Midgette of The Washington Post wrote that Devlin “led the evening with flair…and was visibly in his element.” Devlin spent three seasons from 2015-2018 apprenticing with some of the world’s best conductors, soloists, and orchestras while based in Washington, D.C. During that time, he was the Cover Conductor for the National Symphony Orchestra, where he served as assistant to world-renowned Music Directors Christoph Eschenbach and Gianandrea Noseda, accompanying the orchestra on its historic 2018 tour of Russia. He served concurrently as the Assistant Conductor of the Princeton Symphony Orchestra in New Jersey, working alongside Music Director Rossen Milanov. A passionate educator, Devlin remains an active conductor of outstanding high school and collegiate ensembles. He has been selected to conduct numerous honor ensembles, including the Pennsylvania, North Dakota, and Maine All-State Orchestras and many regional select ensembles. He also served on the faculty of the University of Maryland School of Music as the Assistant Director of Orchestral Studies from 2017– 2018. Most recently, Devlin held the position of Music Director of the Hawaii Youth Symphony. Devlin completed his master’s and doctoral degrees in orchestral conducting under the tutelage of master teacher James Ross at the University of Maryland. His undergraduate degree is from Emory University,where he graduated summa cum laudewith a double major in Music and Latin. His professional career has been shaped by his time as an assistant to conductors Gianandrea Noseda, Christoph Eschenbach, Rossen Milanov, and Victoria Gau.

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COLONEL JASON K. FETTIG

Special Guest Conductor, PMI Symphonic Band

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olonel Jason K. Fettig is the 28th Director of “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band. He joined in 1997 as a clarinetist and soon became a frequently featured soloist with both the band and the Marine Chamber Orchestra. After serving four years in the organization, he was selected as an Assistant Director, and he conducted his first concert with the Marine Band Aug. 1, 2001. He was commissioned a first lieutenant in July 2002, promoted to captain in August 2003, and became the band’s Executive Officer the following year. He was promoted to major in August 2007 and to lieutenant colonel in July 2014, one week before assuming leadership of “The President’s Own.” He was promoted to his present rank in August 2017 in the Roosevelt Room by President Donald J. Trump. He is the third Director of “The President’s Own” to be promoted to colonel in a White House ceremony. As Director, Col. Fettig is the music adviser to the White House and regularly conducts the Marine Band and Marine Chamber Orchestra at the Executive Mansion and at all Presidential Inaugurations. He also serves as music director of Washington, D.C.’s historic Gridiron Club, a position held by every Marine Band Director since John Philip Sousa. In his first years as Director, Col. Fettig has led the band for numerous major national events both at the White House and throughout the country. He conducted national broadcast performances for the 200th Anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner at Ft. McHenry in Baltimore, a special Veterans Day performance with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in Salt Lake City, and an appearance on the David Letterman Show at the invitation of Michelle Obama in New York. He leads frequent concerts throughout the Washington, D.C., area and across the country during the band’s annual national tour. Live performances by the Marine Band under his direction are often heard on National Public Radio. Col. Fettig is a fervent advocate for both traditional and contemporary American music and remains dedicated to the ongoing development of music for wind band. In recent years, he has conducted world premières of substantial new works by James Stephenson, Jacob Bancks, David Rakowski, Adam Schoenberg, David Conte, and Narong Prangcharoen. Throughout his career with the Marine Band, Col. Fettig has been deeply committed to music education and has taken an active role in the evolution and expansion of the many educational initiatives of “The President’s Own.” In addition to helping refine the Music in the Schools and Music in the High Schools programs, he has made it a priority to maintain a significant presence in schools throughout the nation during the band’s national concert tours. He also began an interactive and theatrical Young People’s Concert series in 2006 and authored, hosted, and conducted this popular annual event until 2015. In 2014, shortly after assuming command of the Marine Band, Col. Fettig launched an ambitious project to re-record all of the marches of John Philip Sousa and provide free performance and educational materials online to schools throughout the world. Col. Fettig is a 1993 graduate of Manchester Central High School in New Hampshire and holds two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst (UMass) in both clarinet performance (1997) and music education with an emphasis in conducting (1998). In 2005, he earned a master’s degree in orchestral conducting at the University of Maryland, College Park (UMD) where he served as assistant conductor for two productions of the Maryland Opera Studio. He studied clarinet with Michael Sussman and David Martins, and his principal conducting teachers were Malcolm W. Rowell and James Ross. Additionally, Col. Fettig has participated in workshops with several renowned conductors including Osmo Vänskä and Otto Werner Mueller. Col. Fettig has represented the Marine Band on numerous occasions as a soloist, adjudicator, and clinician, and regularly conducts both concert bands and orchestras for all-state and honor festivals. In 2014, he was elected as a member of the prestigious American Bandmasters Association. 6 | June 29 – July14, 2019

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DR. TRAVIS HIGA

Assistant Conductor, PMI Symphonic Band

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r. Travis Higa is a recent graduate of Michigan State University where he received a Doctor of Musical Arts in Wind Conducting. As a Doctoral Conducting Assistant at MSU, Travis assisted with all aspects of the MSU Band program, co-directing the MSU Campus Band, guest conducting all concert ensembles, directing the Musique 21 New Music Ensemble, and assisting with the Spartan Marching Band and Spartan Brass, the MSU pep band. While completing his degree, he also served on faculty at Oakland University where he conducted the Symphonic Band and taught courses in music education. Prior to his study at MSU, Travis taught instrumental and general music in the Longmeadow Public Schools in Western Massachusetts. He was the Director of Bands at Williams Middle School & Glenbrook Middle Schools and assisted with all instrumental ensembles throughout the district. In 2015, Travis was awarded the Pioneer Valley Excellence in Teaching Award, a prestigious award that honor outstanding Western Massachusetts educators. In addition to teaching in the public schools, Travis served as Music Director and founder of the Youth Wind Ensemble of Springfield and maintained a trumpet studio at the Community Music School of Springfield. Travis holds a MM in Trumpet Performance (2013) from the University of Montana, and a BM in Music Education (2011) from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. His primary conducting teachers include Dr. Kevin Sedatole, Dr. James Smart, and Mr. Takayoshi “Tad” Suzuki. Travis grew up in Kaneohe and is an alumnus of James B. Castle High School and the Hawaii Youth Symphony.

RICHARD SCERBO

Conductor, OLA Symphony Orchestra & PMI Festival Orchestra

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ichard Scerbo is Director of the National Orchestral Institute + Festival where he leads one of the nation’s most prestigious training programs for young orchestral musicians. For over ten years, Scerbo has worked in various capacities to oversee the artistic growth of the Institute and its innovative training curriculum in orchestral performance, conductorless chamber orchestras, professional development and community engagement. For his work with NOI+F, he was selected as a 2016 Musical America Innovator and is profiled in Musical America’s Innovators: 30 Professionals of the Year. Elected from hundreds of performing arts professionals, Musical America Professionals of the Year are innovative, creative and forward-thinking arts leaders. As an educator of all ages, he conducts the Youth Philharmonic with the DC Youth Orchestra and is Music Director of the NIH Community Orchestra, a 70-member volunteer orchestra drawn from the health, science and research professionals across the region. Trained as a conductor and bassoonist, Scerbo maintains an active connection to the performance world. He is the founding Artistic Director of Inscape Chamber Orchestra where he has recorded numerous albums of American music, including the GRAMMY-nominated album Sprung Rhythm. A passionate advocate for new music, he has commissioned over twenty-five works from emerging American composers. In recent seasons he led a North American premiere by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies; conducted chamber operas ranging from Bernstein to Stravinsky and a pantomime by Manuel de Falla; and has appeared in concerts at venues such as the Kennedy Center, Strathmore Music Center and the National Gallery of Art. Richard Scerbo is a proud alumnus of the University of Maryland School of Music where he earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music and a Master’s Degree in Orchestral Conducting. Pacific Music Institute

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DEAN TABA

Director, PMI Combo & Jazz Ensemble

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highly regarded studio and freelance musician, Dean Taba began his musical studies on the piano at the age of 6 and played french horn in the Hawaii Youth Symphony. It was a desire to play in the high school jazz band that introduced him to the bass and improvised music. After extensive studies at the Berklee College of Music in Boston and a refinement of his skills on both the acoustic and electric bass, Dean relocated in 1984 to Los Angeles to become one of its most in demand musicians. Also a respected clinician and educator (Los Angeles Music Academy, Musician’s Institute, Cal-Poly Pomona, Grove School of Music) Dean has recently performed/ recorded with Jeff Lorber, David Benoit, Mark Murphy, Jake Shimabukuo, Andy Summers, Sadao Watanabe, The San Francisco Symphony, Hiroshima, Rick Braun, The American Jazz Institute Orchestra, Dave Koz, Jeff Richman, Pauline Wilson, The Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra, Daniel Ho, Bill Watrous, and many others as well as playing on countless CDs, TV shows, and movie soundtracks.

CHAD UYEHARA

Conductor, PMI String Orchestra

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n alumnus of HYS, Chad Uyehara conducts in the HYS Academy String Program’s Intermediate String Ensemble and Concert String Orchestra. He received his Master’s of Music in Viola Performance and Music Education from Northwestern University where he studied viola with Roland Vamos. He earned his Bachelor’s of Music in Violin Performance, studying with LaVar Krantz, Bachelor’s of Arts in French, and membership in Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He is also a graduate of Punahou School. Mr. Uyehara has performed on violin and viola with the Las Vegas Philharmonic, Desert Springs Chamber Orchestra, and the Honolulu Symphony. He currently is a freelance musician in Hawaii, and performs regularly with a piano trio. He has taught orchestra with the Clark County School District in Nevada, the Las Vegas Youth Philharmonic, the Hawaii Department of Education at Kalani High School, Kaimuki Middle School, and Moanalua Elementary, and at Hanahauoli School. Mr. Uyehara also served as interim conductor for the University of Hawaii at Manoa Symphony Orchestra during the 2014-2015 school year. Currently, he directs orchestras at Saint Andrew’s Schools: The Priory and also maintains a Suzuki violin/viola studio of about thirty students. Professional affiliations include Music Teachers National Association, American String Teachers Association (of which he is the Hawaii chapter president), Suzuki Association of the Americas, National Association for Music Education, and the American Viola Society. He has been honored with the 2018 Teacher of the Year award from the Hawaii Music Teachers Association.

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JOSHUA ROMAN

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cellist of extraordinary technical and musical gifts” (San Francisco Chronicle), Joshua Roman has earned national renown as a cellist for performing a wide range of repertoire with an absolute commitment to communicating the essence of the music at its most organic level. He is also recognized as an accomplished curator and programmer, particularly in his work as Artistic Director of Seattle Town Hall’s TownMusic series, with a vision to engage and expand the classical music audience. For his ongoing creative initiatives on behalf of classical music, Roman was named a 2011 TED Fellow. In the 2013-14 season, Roman gave the San Francisco premiere of Dreamsongs, a new cello concerto written for Roman by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Aaron Jay Kernis, with the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra. In January 2014, the cellist revisits “On Grace,” a work for actor and cello he co-created and performs with Anna Deavere Smith, when the two artists are in residence at the University of Chicago. Through this season’s TownMusic series, Artistic Director Roman showcases his eclectic musical influences and inspirations, presenting concerts by Roomful of Teeth, Enso String Quartet, violinist Karen Gomyo, Latin jazz pianist Pablo Ziegler and soprano Mary Mackenzie, and commissioning world premiere of works by Raymond Lustig, Amir Shpilman, Wang Jie, and Roman himself. Before embarking on a solo career, Roman spent two seasons as principal cellist of the Seattle Symphony, a position he won in 2006 at the age of 22. Since that time he has appeared as a soloist with the San Francisco Symphony, the Seattle Symphony, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the BBC Scottish Symphony, and the Mariinsky Orchestra, among many others. An active chamber music performer, Roman has collaborated with Cho-Liang Lin, the Assad Brothers, Christian Zacharias, the JACK Quartet, and members of So Percussion. He recently completed an ongoing video series called “The Popper Project,” where Roman performed, recorded and uploaded the complete David Popper’s High School of Cello Playing to his dedicated YouTube channel (youtube.com/joshuaromancello). His newest YouTube project, “Everyday Bach,” features Roman performing Bach’s cello suites from beautiful settings around the world. Roman was the only guest artist invited to play an unaccompanied solo during the YouTube Symphony Orchestra’s 2009 debut concert at Carnegie Hall. He is grateful for the loan of an 1899 cello by Giulio Degani of Venice.

ADRIAN KING

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drian King, age 16, is a student of Dr. Peter Mack of Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle. In the fall, he will be attending his junior year of high school through the Running Start program at Olympic College in Bremerton, Washington. Adrian is a 2019 National YoungArts Foundation Winner.He received 1st place in the 2017–18 and the 2016-17 Washington Music Teachers National Association (MTNA), Junior Piano Division. Adrian and his sister, Mya, received 2nd place in the Senior Duet Division at both the 2014-15 and 2016–17 National MTNA Competitions. Adrian has played concerti with the Bremerton Symphony, the Federal Way Symphony, and the Northern Lights Music Festival Orchestra in Minnesota. Later this month, Adrian will be participating in the Young Artists Piano Program at the Tanglewood Music Festival in Lenox, Massachusetts. Pacific Music Institute

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Congratulations to our PMI Students

Violin Dailee Ann Angco Delaney Angco Ethan Anderson Kai Asakura Wendy Bo Barbe Bright Mahealani Bright-Wilhelm Mia Caliri Téa Caliri Alizah Chao Ella Cheung Anthony Chukhlov Maya Cox Misty Cruden Kezia Danner Selah Danner Taylor DeCastro Rafael Elham Remi Furuto Marianne Garcia Allison Grosjean Samuel Harvey Emi Horii Rachel Huang Saul Ifshin Sooah Jang Avyn Jeung Sebin Jeung Jaron Kawamura Erica Kim Jayden Kim Mia Kim Brooke Kumasaka

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Kayla Kwon Marissa Kwon Alexander LaMonica Keanna Lau Caleb Wonho Lee Koshiro Leonzon Yudai Leonzon Clara Li Tara Linderborg-Cordry Teo Lubecke Kieran Lynch Vance Maeshiro Kai Matera Kristyn Miyamoto Mari Muramoto Erin Nishi Ellie Ochiai Zoe Oda Angelina Pablo Challys Pascual Kauai Paule Brandon Samiano Alena Scherling Erlie Mae Scherling Lila Schweinfurth Hoku Shimazu Lauren Shin Kaitlyn Sim Amelia Styan Sevastyan Swan Kylee Takanishi Lauryn Takanishi Rylee Toma Felix Wang

Haiyue Wang Max Womack Sophie Yamasato Faith Youn Dylan Younoszai Viola Cielle Charron Maggie Chen Sasha Chukhlov Mana Chun Cameron Enomoto Andrew Hong Yukiko Hughes Preston Hu Tess Lim Jurich Kainoa Maruoka Tammi Okamura Lucas Scott Christopher Tanaka Lavender Yang Nashya Yoshimoto Cello Pyotr Alvarado Audrey Branner Ryan Fielding Megan Goh Sofia Himeno-Price Cassidy Ibanez Ethan Ibanez Kian Kajioka Julian Kwon Kaya Lee-Goins Matthew Li Celina Lim Alicia Luke Dylan Merkel Mathayus Scherling Elijah Shimabukuro Emily Uetake Joshua Vierra Alexa Wong Jodie Wung Christian Yamada Mia Yamasato-Gragas

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Bass William Alicar Micah Branner Kacey Yamane Flute Kenneth Hironaka Alexander Iyechad Brin Jaffe Brooke Morita Lorraine Sim Sherry Tanaka Karen Watarida Erena Yamatsu Sydnee You Oboe Keira Burian Kelsey Burian Jonathan Chan Fay Cordeiro Emily Fujii Holly Fujita Jeny Gorospe Xun He Reggie Kaiaokamalie Kody Kikuno Yul Kim Gia Ma Michelle Miyazaki Tiffany Nagano Kylie Sung Akiko Tajima Sandra Xiao Clarinet Nathan Amemiya Mia Fustero Megan Ibara Jonah Kashiwamura Chasity Thompson Emma Wharton-Hsieh Simon Youn Bassoon Ryder Kaya Aimee Okagawa Elizabeth Talioaga Alto Saxophone Jamesson Acierto Harley Beltran RayGil Bolden Ian Jones Brendan Kuwabara Kolby Yamamoto Pacific Music Institute

Bari Saxophone Trent Hirano Kaden Yip Tenor Saxophone Kolby Yamamoto Horn Kai Abergas Blake Cruz Jacob Fetterman Andrew Hayashi Jason Hee Kailyn Isobe Grace Kim Irene Kim Joshua Lee Kyle Maki Alise Matsumura Aya Matsumura Jo Ann Pang Justin Park Hinano Tsuchiya Kevin Yim Trumpet Emma Cooksey Ethan Garland Mark Gorospe, Jr. Blake Hironaka Nick Kazuki Kawasaki Jase Kobayakawa Tyler Kuwabara Joel Lee Thomas Lynch Xaden Nishimitsu Remy Ohara Aidan Peterson Alexander Tomomitsu Trombone Rielyn Domingo Jorel Fernandez Cuyler Murata Jason Peel Levin So Shin Tanaka Anthony Tran

Euphonium Christopher Gray Kalena Leona Cuyler Murata Tuba Jisu Jang Jacob Lacambra Percussion Mark Agustin Raiden Bernal Noah Chang Roice Nicholas Galapon Yuuka Harada-Collier Tyler Kam Zachary Nakasone River Ooi Brady Schultz Brayden Silva Tristan Toma Aiden Woodard Drum Set Noah Chang Logyn Okuda Harp Arabella Tan Piano Jonah Kirby Eric Naleieha Guitar Elvis Imamura Nicadrio Lee Alumni Guests Chelsea Cline, Violin Kassi Hatakenaka, Clarinet Queenie Huang, Viola Albert Mackey, Percussion Joseph Nakamoto, Trombone Jolene Siu, Clarinet Austin Young, Bassoon Charles Zhang, Viola June 29 – July 14, 2019 | 11


Schools Represented by PMI Students Academy of the Holy Angels Campbell High School Crowden School Fort Lee School Fort Settlement Middle School Greenwood School Hanahauoli School Hanalani School Hawaii Baptist Academy Hawaii Tech Academy Hawaiian Mission Academy Heights Elementary Highlands Intermediate Homeschools (7) Hongwanji Mission School Iolani School Island Pacific Academy Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School Kagaku Gijyutsu Kailua High School Kaimuki Christian Kaimuki Middle School Kaiser High School Kalaheo High School Kalani High Kamehameha Schools (Kapalama) Kauai High School Kawananakoa Middle School King Kekaulike High School Lahainaluna High School

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Las Vegas Academy Le Jardin Academy Manoa Elementary School Maryknoll School McKinley High School Mentoring Academy Mercer School Mid-Pacific Institute Mililani High School Mililani Middle School Moanalua High School Moanalua Middle School Niu Valley Middle School Noelani Elementary School North Hardin High School Northern Academy Oregon Episcopal School Pauoa Elementary School Pearl City High School Punahou School Queen Kaahumanu Elementary Roosevelt High School Sacred Hearts Academy San Domenico San Domenico School St. Andrews Priory St. John Vianney Stevenson Middle School Tenakill Middle School The Shipley School University Lab School Waiakea High School Waipahu High School

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The Orchestral Learning Alliance (OLA) Strategic Partnership

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awaii Youth Symphony and National Orchestral Institute + Festival (NOI+F) have partnered to create the Orchestral Learning Alliance (OLA) launching summer 2019. This exciting alliance will be a groundbreaking component of the 2019 Pacific Music Institute (PMI), expanding upon current PMI programs and providing more opportunities for students to engage with incredible artist faculty. “For over 30 years, Hawaii Youth Symphony’s Pacific Music Institute has been a training ground for Hawaii’s most serious, young musicians,” said Randy Wong, President of Hawaii Youth Symphony. “The acronym OLA is also the Hawaiian word for “life” and for members of HYS and NOI+F, music is life as we all share a common bond that helps bring people together.” Through OLA, students have had the opportunity to work with renowned guest artist faculty, many drawn from the NOI+F network of faculty and alumni, in diverse and varied contexts that include sectional coaching, side-by-side orchestra rehearsals, seminars about career advancement and musical entrepreneurship, and private lessons. “As musicians, we recognize the significance of collaboration and the positive impact that good mentorship has on those we have the privilege to reach,” said Richard Scerbo, director of NOI+F. “On behalf of our extended network, the National Orchestral Institute + Festival is delighted to begin this new journey with HYS to support more young musicians’ and their appreciation for the arts.”

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About the National Orchestral Institute + Festival

he National Orchestral Institute + Festival (NOI+F) is a program of The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at the University of Maryland, College Park, and has been a leader in the training and mentoring of young orchestral musicians, ages 18-28, for over three decades. To address the changing world of symphony orchestras, NOI builds its summer program of rehearsals, masterclasses, concerts and seminars to better prepare students for the next steps in their professional careers. NOI+F is the featured orchestra on the Naxos recording of “Ruggles, Stucky & Harbison: Orchestral Works,” conducted by Albany Symphony’s David Alan Miller and nominated for a 2019 Grammy. Visit theclarice.umd.edu/noi for more information on NOI+F.

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PMI Faculty 2019

Conductors/Artistic Leadership Dr. John Devlin, Hawaii Youth Symphony Col. Jason Fettig, “The President’s Own” Marine Band Dr. Travis Higa, Michigan State University Ignace Jang, Hawaii Symphony Orchestra Richard Scerbo, National Orchestral Institute + Festival Dean Taba, Hawaii Youth Symphony Chad Uyehara, Hawaii Youth Symphony

Faculty Alex Hayashi (Oboe), Western Michigan University Alexandra Osborne (Violin), National Symphony Orchestra Amanda Blaikie (Flute), Detroit Symphony Orchestra Ben Lulich (Clarinet), Seattle Symphony Braizahn Jones (Bass), Oregon Symphony Orchestra Catherine Chen (Bassoon), Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Chris Cabrera (Percussion), Hawaii Symphony Orchestra Colin Belisle (Viola), Hawaii Symphony Orchestra Colton Hironaka (Horn), Hawaii Symphony Orchestra David & Liane Hirano (Saxophone), Royal Hawaiian Band Edith Szendrey (Violin), Greenwood School Eric Miyashiro (Trumpet), International Soloist Eugene Chukhlov (Violin), San Domenico Conservatory Gabe Lefkowitz (Violin), The Louisville Orchestra Gregg Hoshida (Tuba), Honolulu Symphony Orchestra Helen Liu (Violin), Hawaii Symphony Orchestra Igor Veligan (Viola), University of the Pacific Jauvon Gilliam (Timpani), National Symphony Orchestra Jennifer Ross (Violin), Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Jisun Kang (Violin), Mannes Preparatory School 14 | June 29 – July14, 2019

Joshua Roman (Cello), Seattle Symphony Karin Brown (Viola), Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Khullip Jeung (Violin), Juilliard Pre-College Ko-Ichiro Yamamoto (Trombone), Seattle Symphony Lance Suzuki (Flute), Hawaii Symphony Orchestra; Wintergreen Music Festival Marie Lickwar (Horn), Hawaii Symphony Orchestra Markus Osterlund (Horn), National Symphony Orchestra Melanie Yamada (Clarinet), Hawaii Symphony Orchestra Parry Karp (Cello), Pro Arte Quartet Sarah Fuller (Harp), Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Steve Treseler (Saxophone), Seattle recording artist Susan Ochi-Onishi (Oboe), Hawaii Youth Symphony Tim Daniels (Oboe/English Horn), Kansas City Symphony Tommy Morrison (Bassoon), Hawaii Symphony Orchestra Vicky Wang (Cello), University of the Pacific Zach Silberschlag (Trumpet), Hawaii Symphony Orchestra

Teaching Fellows Sebastian Stefanovic (violin) Shannon Lock (violin) Kisa Uradomo (violin) Brendon Elliott (Adelphi - Violin I) Julian Maddox (Adelphi - Violin II) Omar Shelly (Adelphi - Viola) Marza Wilks (Adelphi - Cello) Bingwen Yang (bass) Alumni Participants Chelsea Cline (violin) Kassi Hatakenaka (clarinet) Queenie Huang (viola) Daniel Lucas (cello) Joseph Nakamoto (trombone) Jolene Siu (clarinet) Austin Young (bassoon) Charles Zhang (viola) Hawaii Youth Symphony


Festival Orchestra Roster

Violin I Ignace Jang * Judy Barrett * Khullip Jeung ^ Jisun Kang Gabe Lefkowitz Michael Lim *^ Helen Liu *

Violin II Jennifer Ross Asia Doike *^ Brendon Elliot Shannon Lock Julian Maddox Allie Osborne Kisa Uradomo ^ Viola Karin Brown Colin Belisle * Omar Shelly Sebastian Stefanovic Anna Womack *

Cello Joshua Roman Anna Callner * Karen Fujimoto *^ Jeff Hamano *^ Marza Wilkes Bass John Gallagher * Braizahn Jones Hayden Joyce * Flute Amanda Blaikie Cody Le Clere ^ Oboe Tim Daniels Alex Hayashi ^

Clarinet Ben Lulich Melanie Yamada *^ Bassoons Catherine Chen Tommy Morrison *

Horn Colton Hironaka *^ Marie Lickwar *^ Rory Onishi ^ Markus Osterlund ^ Trumpet Parker Nakamura ^ Zach Silberschlag * Trombone Ko-Ichiro Yamamoto Percussion Chris Cabrera * Jauvon Gilliam Albert Mackey ^ Harp Sarah Fuller Celeste So Jin Kimura

John Devlin, Conductor Richard Scerbo, Conductor Randy Wong, President *^ * Hawaii Symphony Orchestra ^ HYS alumnus

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Mahalo to our Donors

Hawaii Youth Symphony is grateful for these gifts, made between January 1, 2018 and June 27, 2019. Conductor’s Circle ($25,000 and up) ABC Stores The Al Sherman Foundation Cades Foundation Department of Community Services First Hawaiian Bank Foundation Ian McLean Cooke Trust McInerny Foundation Top of Waikiki Revolving Restaurant/SKY Waikiki President’s Circle ($10,000-$24,999) Anonymous Altres, Inc. John R. Halligan Charitable Fund Ho’okele Award of the Hawaii Community Foundation George Mason Fund of the Hawaii Community Foundation Susan M. Kosasa Fund of the Hawaii Community Foundation Ms. Sharon Himeno & Mr. Warren Price III Mr. & Mrs. Richard Ing Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Kosasa State Foundation on Culture and the Arts Mr. & Mrs. Kent Tsukamoto Angel ($5,000–$9,999) Anonymous Aloha International Piano Festival Mr. Alan Arizumi Blacksand Capital, Llc Gov. & Mrs. Benjamin Cayetano Gloria Kosasa Gainsley Fund of the Hawaii Community Foundation Pacific Music Institute

Hawaii Permanente Medical Group Heart of Neiman Marcus Foundation Fund Mrs. Gladys Hirano Island Insurance Foundation Johnson Ohana Foundation Kathleen Sullivan Wo Charitable Fund Mr. & Mrs. Steven Katzman Mr. David Leong Ms. Patti Look Mr. & Mrs. Alika Mau Dr. & Mrs. Derek Orejel The Resort Group Sheridan and Julia Ing Family Foundation Ms. Ginny Tiu Ward Village Foundation William K.H. Mau Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Y. Wong Benefactor ($2,500-$4,999) Anonymous Action Realty Corporation Ms. Lorraine Araki Avalon Commercial, LLC Bank of Hawaii Becker Communications, Inc. The Ebbtide Family Fund Friends of Hawaii Charities, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Owen Fukumoto Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Gainsley Mr. Bob Hayashi Mr. & Mrs. Kendall N. H. Hee Mr. Martin Hsia Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm S. Koga Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kurisu Mr. Malcolm D. Lau Mr. Gilbert Miyasato

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Momohara Ms. Cathy Monseur The Students of Niu Valley Middle School, Grade 6, Team A Mr. & Mrs. Michael Onofrietti Dr. & Mrs. Derek Orejel Pacific Property Group, Inc. Sullivan Family of Companies Tanaka of Tokyo Restaurants Mr. Lance Teruya Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Toyama Waikiki Shopping Plaza Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Williams Mr. Randall G. Wong & Dr. Helen Liu Wong Patron ($1,000-$2,499) Anonymous ACMP Foundation, Inc. Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. Aloha United Way Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Campbell Castiglione A Casauria Foundation Dr. Yi-Chuan Ching Mr. & Mrs. Yong Ho Choe CK Violins Mr. Kenin Coloma Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Conley Mr. Peter G. Drewliner Foodland Super Market, Ltd. Mr. Alan Gartenhaus & Mr. Rhoady Lee Ms. Maki Hattori Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus Hazel H. Takumi Foundation HDG Inc. Ho‘ea - the Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Jay Ifshin Island Insurance Companies June 29 – July 14, 2019 | 17


Jonathan Y. C. Ching Revocable Trust Kahala Senior Living Community, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Paul Kosasa Mr. Richard L. Kurth Mr. & Mrs. W. Peter Kwong Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Lau Ms. Deanna L. Levy Masaki School of Music Mr. Randolph G. Moore & Ms. Lynne Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Ritchie Mudd National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, Inc Pikake Foundation Ms. Barbara B. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Brian C. Stapleton Ms. Jennifer Taylor Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Torrey Ueno Fine Chemical Co. of Japan Watumull Stores/ Jhamandas Watumull Fund Mr. & Mrs. Gaylord Wilcox Mr. & Mrs. Vernon K. W. Wong Sponsor ($500-$999) Ms. Lynn Aki-Steele Ms. Bonny Amemiya Mr. & Mrs. Russell Arakaki Mr. & Mrs. Kendrick Y. H. Au Mrs. Esther Cartoon Dr. Yongli Chen Mr. & Mrs. Robert Chenet Dr. Sandi Kwee & Dr. Leilani Ka‘anehe Elite Pacific Construction, Inc. FundDevelopment Group Mr. & Mrs. Randall Hee HEI Charitable Foundation HMSA Bill Holowecki Mr. & Mrs. Frank Hook Mr. & Mrs. Douglas W. Hung Dr. Matthew Ikeda & Dr. Masako Ikeda Mr. & Mrs. Micah Kane Mr. & Mrs. Chester Kaneshiro 18 | June 29 – July14, 2019

Mr. & Mrs. Randy Kawamura Mr. Sukhan Kim Mr. & Mrs. Roy E. King, Jr. Ms. Yolanda Lau Ms. Chelsea Maeda Marcus & Associates, Inc. Mayor’s Office of Culture and the Arts Mrs. Jean McIntosh Mrs. Marion McKay Mr. & Mrs. William Meheula Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Mejia Dr. Karen Miyamoto & Mr. Dan Miyamoto Network For Good Dr. Dung Nguyen & Dr. Nguyet Le Dr. Ruth Ono & Mr. Alfred Ono Punahou - Music Club Mr. & Mrs. Gavan Sagara Schwab Charitable Fund Mr. & Mrs. Alves Shiu Mr. & Mrs. Tom Soo Hoo Mr. Brad T. Suan Mr. & Mrs. Dean Tanaka Wafra Investment Advisory Group, Inc WAITIKI International LLC Walmart Ms. Juli Kimura Walters Mrs. Liza Wo Davis Mr. & Mrs. Gin D. Wong Mr. & Mrs. Steve Yamane Dr. Edward K. Yi & Mrs. Susan Moriyama-Yi Ms. Valerie Yee Mr. Xiang Yee & Ms. Jiangyan Zhu Dr. Mark M. Yoshida

Partner ($250-$499) Anonymous Mr. Guy Akasaki Ms. Carol Aki Akiko Sanai Piano Studio American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers Arcadia Retirement Residence Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Arce Mrs. L. Christine Ban Mr. & Mrs. Mitch Blaisdell Mr. Merle N. Bratlie Mayor Kirk Caldwell Ms. Barbara Campbell Dr. John Chen & Dr. Lillian Chen Mr. & Mrs. Darryn Chun Craigside Retirement Residence Ms. Virginia Lea Crandall Mr. & Mrs. R. Dougal Crowe Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Dreher Mr. & Mrs. Dexter J. Ejercito Mr. Ed Elms & Ms. Elizabeth Wong Ms. Christina Farala Ms. Tia T Fergus Fraternal Order of Moai Foundation Friends of Italy Society of Hawaii Mr. & Mrs. Randal Furomoto Hawaii State Federal Credit Union Mr. & Mrs. Garry Higa Mrs. Ann M. Ho Mr. & Mrs. Leslie Hong

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Ms. Fujiko (Donna) D. Hughes Mrs. Maryellen Ing Dr. Cherilyn Lai-Kadooka & Mr. Chris Kadooka Dr. & Mrs. Toshihiko Kawasugi Mr. & Mrs. Daniel B. Kim Dr. Jay Kwon & Dr. Natalie Woo Ms. Chelsea Lau Ms. Mollie M. Y. Lee Julian Leigh Dr. Milton Liu Dr. Richard Liu & Dr. Amber Liu Mr. & Mrs. Keith Matsumoto Ms. Mariko Miho Ms. Jennifer Miyamoto Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Momohara Mr. & Mrs. Chris Nielsen Mr. & Mrs. James Nishi Mr. & Mrs. Dan Nishikawa The Honorable Dean Ochiai & Mrs. Ochiai Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Oda Mrs. Doris Ogawa Ms. Sandi Okamoto Mr. & Mrs. Randal Omon Taumate Oniate Mr. & Mrs. Angel G. Pablo Mr. & Mrs. Richard Perkins Dr. & Mrs. Robert G. Peters Mr. Steven Premo Ms. Corynn Sakamura Mr. & Mrs. Takahiro Sato Ms. Faith Sato Mrs. Patricia Sekiya Mr. & Mrs. Allan Shishido Ms. SaraLyn Smith Mr. Larry Takumi & Ms. Jo-Ann Komori Mr. & Mrs. Herman Tam Ms. Brenda Tang Ms. Amy A. Taniguchi Ms. Linda Taylor Mr. & Mrs. Barry Toshi Mrs. Nancy D. White Mr. & Mrs. Kurt Winner Wong’s Drapery Shoppe Dr. Kelley Woodruff & Mr. Benjamin Marx Ms. Mildred A. Yee Ms. Cathy Young Pacific Music Institute

Contributor ($100-$249) Anonymous Mr. Chad Adams Mr. Clement K Akina Mr. & Mrs. Mark K. Anderson Ms. Mary Bertolino Mr. & Mrs. Steven Casano Mr. Clifford Char Ms. Martha Child Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Ching Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Choy Mr. & Mrs. Lance L. C. Chun Mr. Daniel Chun Mr. & Mrs. William Cumpston Mr. Peter Cumpston Mr. Dan Curran & Ms. Fatiha Kheddaoui Ms. Lynn Dagli Mr. & Mrs. John Devlin Ms. Donna Devlin Binbin Dou Ms. Joanna Fan Messrs. Frank & Lee Goerner Ms. Diane Fujimura Rev. & Mrs. Yoshitaka Fujinami Mr. & Mrs. Ronnie Galapon Mr. & Mrs. John and Colette Garibaldi Mr. Terry George

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Gilsdorf Mr. & Mrs. Scott B. Gomes Mr. & Mrs. Van M. Goto Mr. & Mrs. James Grumling Ms. Esther Haas Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Hanaumi Mr. & Mrs. Troy Hatakenaka Myles & Wanda Shibata of the Hawaii Community Foundation Dr. Nina Hayashi Mr. & Mrs. Harvey H. Hayashida Mr. Michael Hee Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hee Mr. & Mrs. Helen K. Higa Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Higuchi Ms. Susan Higuchi Mr. J. F. Hilton Ms. Kelly Hiraki Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Hiyane Hongwanji Mission School Honolulu Museum of Art Dr. Yujen E. Hsia Mr. Jacob Hsieh Mr. & Mrs. Albert Hu Mr. Hunter Hunt Mr. Xin Huo & Ms. Xiaojin Zhou Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Ihori Mr. & Mrs. Donald Ikeda Ms. Lori Isara Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Ishikawa Dr. & Mrs. David Iwasaki James K. Michishima, CPA Mr. Ignace Jang Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Jessop June 29 – July 14, 2019 | 19


Ms. Karolyn H. Kaneshiro Mr. & Mrs. Galen Kawasaki Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Keenan Mr. & Mrs. Tim Kelleher Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Kohara Mr. & Mrs. Peter K. Y. Kwong Dr. & Mrs. Salvatore Lanzilotti Col. & Mrs. Daniel Lau Drs. Worldster Lee Mr. & Mrs. Merwyn Lee Dr. Bradford W. Lee Mr. Shichao Li & Ms. Haiying Wang Dr. Jeffrey Lim & Dr. Marcia Nagao Mr. Michael Lim Mr. Lloyd Lim Ms. Sara Lin Ms. Jadine London Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Lum Ms. Ann Mahi Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Martin Ms. Naomi Masuda Mr. Edward Masunaga Mr. David Masunaga Mr. & Mrs. Fujio Matsuda Mr. & Mrs. Carl Matsuura Mr. Burr McCutcheon & Ms. Claire Arakaki Ms. Amy H. Mitsuda Mr. & Mrs. David Monk Ms. Audrey Mueh Mr. & Mrs. Keith Muraoka Dr. & Mrs. George I. Nagao

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Dr. Linda Nahulu & Ms. Nola Nahulu Mr. & Mrs. David Nako Mr. Erwin Nell & Ms. Theres Gruter Mr. & Mrs. Travis Niimi Mr. Ian Nishi Mr. & Mrs. Melvin S. Nishina Mr. Glenn Nohara Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Okada Mr. & Mrs. Glenn M. Okino Mr. Henry O’Neill & Ms. Carol Muranaka Orchid Isle Orchestra Dr. & Mrs. Tilden Osako Ms. Denise M. Oshesky Mr. & Mrs. William T. Oshima Mrs. Helen T. Oshio Ms. Mildred Oshiro Mrs. Alexa Rofoli Prof. David Ross & Ms. Ann Castelfranco Mrs. Miyoko Sasaki Ms. Janice Savidge Ms. Martha Seroogy Dr. James Sim & Ms. Ying Xu Dr. Alex Suenaga & Ms. Kay Mattos Shinnyo-En Hawaii Mr. & Mrs. Leo Shiohira Ms. Sheryl Shohet Ms. Nancy K. Sonoda Mr. Lance Suzuki Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Taba Mr. & Mrs. Dean K. Taba

Mr. & Mrs. Loren M. Taguchi Mr. & Mrs. Clayton Takemoto Ms. Helene Takushi Mr. & Mrs. Kent Tamai Mr. Ryan Tanaka Mr. & Mrs. Derek Tenn Ms. Kathy Todoki Ms. Monica Toguchi Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Toma Mr. & Mrs. Mark Tomomitsu Mrs. Janice Trubitt Mr. Ryan H. Tsukamoto Ms. Rochelle Uchibori Mr. Allen Uyeda Rev. Msgr. Terrence Watanabe Mr. Andrew Z. S. Wei Dr. Robert Weiner & Dr. Linda Weiner Ms. Karis Whi Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. Womack Mr. & Mrs. Jim J. L. Wong Ms. Audrey N. Wong Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Wood Worldstrides Mr. John Yamano & Ms. Sharon Nishi Mr. & Mrs. Grant S. Yee Mr. Todd Yokoyama & Ms. Daryle Ann Ho Mr. & Mrs. Keith Yoshimoto Mr. Robert K. S. Y. Young Mr. Chao Zheng & Mrs. Zhen Fan

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Friend (Up to $99) Ms. Beatrice Affron Mr. & Mrs. Robert Y. Akinaka Mr. & Mrs. William A. Alicar Angy’s Handmade Delights Ms. Heather Arias De Cordoba Ms. Jone Augustin Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Barayuga Mrs. Ellen E. Belconis Mr. & Mrs. Philip Brown Mr. Kenneth H. Burtness Mr. Richard Byron Mr. & Mrs. Mark Caliri Mr. Matthew Carr Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Chang Mr. Eric Chang Mr. & Mrs. Derek Chinen Ms. Louise J. Ching Ms. Faye Ching Dr. George Chu & Ms. Diane Wong Ms. Michelle Cintron Mr. & Mrs. Leslie G. Crandall Ms. Sharon de la Pena Dr. & Mrs. Evan Dobelle Ms. Karyl Doi Mr. John Ellis & Ms. Jessica Wong Ms. Teresa Fabry Mr. Glenn Fernandez Mr. & Mrs. John Fielding Mr. & Mrs. John M. Flanigan Ms. Sylvia Flores Ms. Julia Fujioka Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Fujioka Dr. Karin Fujitani & Mr. Wes Waniya Dr. & Mrs. Francisco J. Garcia Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan C. Gochu Mr. Guy Kudo & Ms. Patrice Choy Mr. & Mrs. George Haraguchi Mr. Fred Harris Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Hashi Mr. & Mrs. Lance Hayashi Mr. & Mrs. Kenn Higa Mr. Reid Hinaga Mrs. Arlene Y. Hiu Pacific Music Institute

Mr. & Mrs. Steven Ho Ms. Lauren Holt Mr. Robert Hsia Mr. & Mrs. Ivan Hung Mr. Brian Hunsaker Ms. Lee Ann Ichimura Michelle N. Ige Ms. Carolyn Ing Mrs. Molly Inouye Ms. Ethel C. Iwasaki Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Jim Kaahumanu Elementary Mr. & Mrs. Guy Kamitaki Aiko Kanemitsu Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Kawaoka Mr. & Mrs. Ryan Kaya Ms. Morgan Kaya Mr. Guy Kellogg Mr. & Mrs. Dennis B. Kim Mr. Trent Kobayakawa Ms. Sylvia S Koike Mr. & Mrs. Michael Lau Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Lau Ms. Debbe Lau Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Lau Hee, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Garson Lee Ms. Elaine Lee Mr. Jeong Hoan Lee & Ms. Seon Hee Choi Ms. Joycelyn Lerud Mr. & Mrs. John Li Mr. & Mrs. Warren Loh Ms. Jane E. Lovell Mr. Jeffery Lucero Mr. & Mrs. Raymond K.T.

Lui Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Lui Mr. & Mrs. Michael Lum Mr. & Mrs. Chester J. Malins Ms. Pamela Masaki Mr. & Mrs. George Masaki Mr. & Mrs. Seimasa Miyashiro Ms. Janet H. Murphy Mr. Steven Murray Ms. Nola Nahulu Ms. Carol Nakaganeku Mr. & Mrs. Shigeo Nakazaki Mr. & Mrs. Sam Ng Erin Nishi Mr. & Mrs. Warren Nishimoto Mr. Ernest T. Nogawa Oath Inc Ms. Clara Ogate Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Okuhara Mr. & Mrs. Clifford Okumoto Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Ono Ms. Myra E. Oshiro Mr. Ryan M. Park Ms. Bonnie Lee Pestana Ms. Kathy Raymond Mrs. Muk Lan Leung Rice Dr. Alec Schumacker Mr. & Mrs. Susan & Todd Seeber Dr. and Mrs. Geoffrey S. Sewell June 29 – July 14, 2019 | 21


Ms. Ruby Shimabukuro Ms. Laurie Shimabukuro Mr. & Mrs. Grant Shimabukuro Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence W.J. Siu Ms. Laurie Skrzenta Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence So Mr. & Mrs. Randy Sobol Mr. & Mrs. Stan Sugiyama Mr. Kevin Sumida Mr. & Mrs. John S. Sylvester Mr. Thomas Takara Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Tanaka Ms. Sharon Tanigawa Ms. BJ Taum Mr. & Mrs. Denis K. Teraoka Ms. Karen Thompson Mr. Phillip Thompson & Dr. Jean Shein Tiffany & Co. Mr. Gary T. Todoki Ms. Allison Tomisato Ms. Kelli Trammell Mr. & Mrs. Blaine Tsugawa University of Hawaii Music Dept. Mr. Max Villanueva Mr. & Mrs. Brent Watanabe Ms. Elizabeth Weatherford Mr. Mike Wilson Captain David Wilson Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Wo Mr. & Mrs. Corey Yama Mr. & Mrs. Gary Yamamoto Ms. Beryl Yanagi-Fujita Ms. Dale H. Yatsushiro Mr. Steven Yee Ms. Mildred Yee Mr. Will Yeh Mr. & Mrs. Todd Yoshikawa Mr. Bobby Yung & Mrs. Regina Sha Jing Zhao

In Honor of Dr. Benson H. Araki by Ms. Lorraine Araki Jason C. Ban by Mrs. L. Christine Ban Ms. June Choi by Mr. Robert Hsia Mr. & Mrs. Steven Gainsley by Mr. & Mrs. Keith Matsumoto by Mr. & Mrs. Warren Nishimoto Dr. Yujen E. Hsia by Mr. Martin Hsia Mr. Malcolm Lau By Mrs. Maryellen Ing Cyrus Kelawala by Jing Zhao Ashley Muraoka by Mr. & Mrs. Keith Muraoka Maestro Henry Miyamura by Ms. Maki Hattori by Ms. Sylvia S Koike by Ms. Juli Kimura Walters by Dr. Mark M. Yoshida Ellie Ochiai by The Honorable Dean Ochiai & Mrs. Ochiai Ms. Helen Paris by Mr. & Mrs. David Monk Naomi Suto by Debbe Lau Michael Titterton by Ms. Bonnie Lee Pestana Hollie Anne Toma by Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Toma Mr. Derrick Yamane by Mr. Lance Teruya

The Hawaii Youth Symphony thanks each donor and community partner who has contributed to its programs. Every attempt has been made to publish a complete listing. We regret any omissions or errors that may have occurred, and would appreciate if you would call HYS at 941-9706 to advise us of them. Thank you! 22 | June 29 – July14, 2019

In Memory of Geoff Au by Mr. & Mrs. Kendrick Y. H. Au Richard D. Bauman, Professor, UH Civil Engineering Department by Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Momohara by Mr. and Mrs. Gordon G. W. Lum Mr. Alan Doike by Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Momohara by Mr. & Mrs. Brian C. Stapleton by Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Williams The late Will J. Henderson by Ms. Mariko Miho Dr. Neil McKay by Mr. & Mrs. Randall Hee by Ms. Nola Nahulu Mrs. Ellen R. Miyasato by Mr. Gilbert Miyasato Mr. Joseph Rothstein by Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Ihori Mrs. Mew Choy Wong by Mayor Kirk Caldwell by Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Chang by Ms. Karyl Doi by Ms. Diane Fujimura by Mr. & Mrs. James Grumling by Mr. Guy Kudo & Ms. Patrice Choy by Mr. & Mrs. Michael Lau by Ms. Elaine Lee by Ms. Jadine London by Mr. & Mrs. Michael Lum by Mr. Larry Takumi & Ms. Jo-Ann Komori by Mr. & Mrs. Randy Sobol by Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Tanaka by Ms. Sharon Tanigawa by Ms. BJ Taum by Mr. & Mrs. Blaine Tsugawa Hawaii Youth Symphony


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Sunday, November 3, 2019

HE MAKANA O NA MELE: THE GIFT OF MUSIC — Our 55th Anniversary Celebration! — Gala Fundraiser with Special Guest, Jake Shimabukuro Hilton Hawaiian Village Coral Ballroom

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Sunday, December 1, 2019

SYMPHONY PROGRAM WINTER CONCERT Featuring Youth Symphony I, Youth Symphony II, & Concert Orchestra Blaisdell Concert Hall

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February 17–18, 2020 • President’s Day Weekend

YOUTH SYMPHONY I KAUAI TOUR Kauai Community College Performing Arts Center

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May 10, 2020 • Mother’s Day

ALOHA CONCERT LUNCHEON Featuring Youth Symphony I & Youth Symphony II Hilton Hawaiian Village Tapa Ballroom Pacific Music Institute

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