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Mendelssohn’s Italian Symphony • Nashua

  • Keefe Center for the Arts 117 Elm Street Nashua, NH, 03060 United States (map)

Mendelssohn’s Italian Symphony 

SAT, NOV 3 • 8PM
Keefe Center for the Arts, Nashua

 Enrico Lopez-Yañez

Enrico Lopez-Yañez

PROGRAM

  This concert is generously sponsored by BAE Systems.

This concert is generously sponsored by BAE Systems.

Enrico Lopez-Yañez, guest conductor

Geneva Lewis, violin
Tanner Menees, viola

DAUGHERTY 
Strut
MOZART
Sinfonia Concertante
MENDELSSOHN 
Symphony No. 4, Italian

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CONCERT INFORMATION

Saturday, November 3rd at 8 pm

Keefe Center for the Arts
117 Elm Street, Nashua
(Parking and Directions)

 

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Enrico Lopez-Yañez, guest conductor

Conductor Enrico Lopez-Yanez is hailed as an "immensely talented and versatile conductor... showcasing his creativity and warmth while quickly developing a strong chemistry with [the] orchestra" by the Tennessean. Enrico is one of Symphony NH's Music Director Search finalists. 

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Enrico Lopez-Yañez is the Assistant Conductor of the Nashville Symphony. Lopez-Yañez moved to Nashville following two seasons as Assistant Conductor of the Omaha Symphony where he led over 100 performances on their Family, Education, Community, and Symphony Rocks concert series. In the summer of 2016, Lopez-Yañez served as Assistant Conductor to Christoph Eschenbach and Valeri Gergiev for the National Youth Orchestra’s Carnegie Hall, New York state, and European tour performances.

Sharing an equal love for opera, Lopez-Yañez recently served as Assistant Conductor and Chorus Master for the Berkshire Opera Festival where his work was met with rave reviews. He has led opera gala concerts in San Diego and Aguascalientes (Mexico), a production of Madama Butterfly with Main Street Opera in Chicago, and served as Assistant Conductor for Opera Omaha’s production of La Boheme.

While in graduate school, Lopez-Yañez served as Assistant Conductor to the Capital City Symphony and Music Director for the University of Maryland’s Repertoire Orchestra. Lopez-Yañez also attended the Castleton Music Festival where Lorin Maazel invited him as a Conducting Associate. His international appearances have included guest conducting with the Orquesta Filarmónica de Zacatecas (Mexico), the Orchestra Sinfónica de Aguascalientes (Mexico), the Prague Summer Nights Orchestra (Czech Republic) and at the 2011 Festival de Musica in Londrina, Brazil.

Lopez-Yañez’s principal teachers were Jim Ross and Thomas Wilkins, with additional studies and masterclasses from Lorin Maazel, Michael Tilson Thomas, and Ken Kiesler. He holds a Masters in Music in Orchestral Conducting from the University of Maryland.  Before studying at Maryland, Lopez-Yañez received his Baccalaureate and Masters in Music from UCLA, where he studied trumpet with Jens Lindemann and graduated summa cum laude.


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Geneva Lewis, violin

Originally from Auckland, New Zealand, 20-year-old Geneva Lewis has performed as a chamber musician and soloist throughout the United States and Europe. She has been a member of many prize-winning ensembles. Geneva is entering her third year of studies at the New England Conservatory, pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Violin Performance. 

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Originally from Auckland, New Zealand, 20 year old Geneva Lewis has performed as a chamber musician and soloist throughout the United States and Europe. She has been a member of many prize winning ensembles, including the Chimera Quartet and the Incendium Quartet. She is also a current member of the Ravos Quartet, which was selected as a New England Conservatory Honors Ensemble 2016/17, as well as a current member of the Callisto Trio, which was the re-cipient of the Bronze Medal in the senior division at the Fischoff National Chamber Music Com-petition, as the youngest group to ever compete in the finals. Most recently, the Callisto Trio was invited to participate in the 2018/19 season of the International Holland Music Sessions Masters on Tour series, during which they will perform in such locations as the Philharmonic Bratislava and the Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam.

Geneva is entering her third year of studies at the New England Conservatory, pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Violin Performance, where she is a student of Miriam Fried. She has been the recipient of a number of solo and chamber music awards, including first prizes at YoungArts, the Music Center Spotlight Awards, ENKOR, Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition, St. Paul’s String Quartet Competition, and the M-Prize, among others. As a soloist, she has per-formed with the Pasadena Symphony, Pasadena Pops, Diablo Symphony Orchestra, Culver City Symphony, Sierra Summer Festival Orchestra, Brentwood Westwood Symphony Orches-tra, and Antelope Valley Symphony Orchestra.

As a chamber musician, Geneva has collaborated with many internationally acclaimed artists, including Atar Arad, Colin Carr, Glenn Dicterow, Michael Kannen, Ida Kavafian, Aimee Kreston, Max Levinson, Clancy Newman, and the Borromeo String Quartet. She has been se-lected as a participant for a number of music festivals such as the Ravinia Steans Institute for Piano and Strings, the International Holland Music Sessions, the Taos School of Music, the Hei-fetz International Music Institute, IMS Prussia Cove, and Four Seasons Winter Workshop.

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Tanner Menees, viola

Tanner Menees plays the viola largely in a chamber music and solo setting. Mr. Menees has collaborated in chamber music performances with notable artists such as Martin Beaver, Denis Bouriakov, Miriam Fried, Clive Greensmith, Lynn Harrell, Frans Helmerson, Gary Hoffman, Marcy Rosen, and Peter Stumpf. 

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In the summers he has performed at festivals such as the Marlboro Music Festival, Ravinia’s Steans Music Institute, Chamberfest Cleveland, Menuhin Festival String Academy, Edinburgh Music Festival, Juilliard String Quartet Seminar, and McGill International String Quartet Academy. Mr. Menees performed on Ravinia’s annual chamber music tour in 2017, and he is also a part of the Los Angeles Ensemble, a piano quartet based in LA.

Tanner Menees has served as principal viola for the Colburn Orchestra under the batons of Sir Neville Marriner, Robert Spano, Michael Tilson Thomas, and Edo de Waart. He has also performed as a soloist with the Colburn Orchestra under maestro Thierry Fischer. Mr. Menees received his Bachelor of Music degree and Artist Diploma studying with Paul Coletti at the Colburn School. He currently resides in Boston and studies with Kim Kashkashian at the New England Conservatory as a Master of Music candidate.

Programs are subject to change. Tickets are nonrefundable. Group rates are available. Children age 5+ are welcome. Exchanges can be made up to 24 hours before the originally scheduled concert date. Please call for availability. Online ticket sales are available until 4 pm on the day of the concert. The box office at the concert venue opens one and a half hours before the concert.
*Free youth tickets available with purchase of an adult or senior ticket.

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