Annual Meeting - June 29, 2014
The Chamber Music in Yellow Springs held their Annual Meeting on June 29, 2014 at the Yellow Springs Senior Center. Minutes from the last Annual meeting were approved. The Treasurer presented the Annual Financial Report, and it was accepted by the Trustees and attending members. The President's Annual Report was summarized and copies were available for those attending. The Senior Center series was discussed.
The election of Trustees for two-year terms starting 7/1/14 was held. Re-elected were Robert Brecha, Angela Brintlinger, Chris Chaffee, Carol Cottom, Scott Kellogg (completed 2012-14 term for Marie Hertzler), Charles Taylor (completed 2012-14 term for Millard Mier), Jane Watts, and Seymour Wexler (Honorary Board member). Elected for their first terms were Mary Fahrenbruck, and Ron Kerans.
In the 2014-15 CMYS season, former competition first place winners will present all concerts.
They will return as established professional ensembles, fulfilling part of the original mission of the competition as conceived thirty years ago.
Performing for CMYS October 5, 2014
The Jasper String Quartet
Performing for CMYS November 2, 2014
The Shanghai String Quartet
Performing for CMYS February 15, 2015
Performing for CMYS March 22, 2015
The Amstel Saxophone Quartet
The Russian Trio wins the 2014 CMYS Annual Competition for Emerging Professional Ensembles
The Russian Trio are Nikita Borisevich, violin, Dmitry Volkov, cello, and pianist Katherine Harris Rick.
The Russian Trio played the first, Allegro movement of the Haydn Trio in C Major, No. 43 (Hob. XV:27), the first (Allegro con brio) movement of the Brahms Trio in B Major, Op. 8, and the Shostakovich Trio in E Minor, Op. 67. Both the Haydn and Shostakovich are available at their website, http://www.therussiantrio.com. All three are pursuing further studies at the Peabody Conservatory.
The Russian Trio’s recent awards include first prize at the 2013 Coleman Chamber Music Competition and the 2012 Chesapeake Chamber Music Competition.
First and second place in the 2014 competition.
From left, judge Dr. Joshua Nemith, the first place winners Russian Trio (Dmitry Volkov, cello, pianist Katherine Harris Rick, and Nikita Borisevich, violin), and the Trio Cleonice (Gwen Krosnick, cello, Ari Isaacman-Beck, violin, and Emely Phelps, piano), runners up in the 2014 competition.
First and second place winners in the 2014 competition pose with the judges.
From left, judges Dr. Joshua Nemith, Dr. Adrian Daly, and Professor Anna Vayman, the first place winners, the Russian Trio, (Dmitry Volkov, cello, pianist Katherine Harris Rick, and Nikita Borisevich, violin) and the Trio Cleonice (Gwen Krosnick, cello, Ari Isaacman-Beck, violin, and Emely Phelps, piano).
Congratulations to the runners up, the Trio Cleonice.
Competiton chair Chris Chaffee, far right, congratulates the second place competitors, the Trio Cleonice. From left, Gwen Krosnick, cello, Ari Isaacman-Beck, violin, and Emely Phelps, piano.
Congratulations from the judges.
Pianist Katherine Harris Rick of the Russian Trio is congratulated by judge Professor Anna Vayman. From left, Jane Watts, Chamber Music Yellow Springs, judges Vayman, Dr. Adrian Daly, and Dr. Jushua Nemith. The first place winners, the Russian Trio, (Dmitry Volkov, cello, and Nikita Borisevich, violin) and the Trio Cleonice (Gwen Krosnick, cello, Ari Isaacman-Beck, violin, and Emely Phelps, piano).
This year’s judges were Professor Anna Vayman, violinist and Associate Professor of Music at Ball State University, Dr. Adrian Daly, pianist and Dean of the Cleveland Institute of Music, and Dr. Joshua Nemith, pianist and Principal Keyboardist for both Dayton Philharmonic and Iris Chamber Orchestra.
2014 Judges - Professor Anna Vayman, Dr. Adrian Daly, and Dr. Joshua Nemith
The 30th Annual Competition for Emerging Professional Ensembles
Sunday April, 2015
Did we miss you at the Yellow Springs Street Fair? See you next year!
Brand New Donor Category
In response to the suggestion by members of our organization, and in recognition of the generosity of our donors, the CMYS Board of Directors decided to add a new donor category.
That category will be called “Founders Circle” and will be for donations of $500 and up. New members to the Founder’s Circle will be given two admissions to a Post-concert dinner.
Donation levels are now: Sustainers ($1-$99), Patrons ($100-$249), and Benefactors ($250-$499), and Founder’s Circle ($500 and up).
Contributions from our Membership and friends helps to make our organization sound, supports music in our schools and community, and keeps our ticket prices low. All donations are greatly appreciated!
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