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Youth Music Showcase: Center for Young Musicians
The first installment of our brand new Youth Music Series with the Center for Young Musicians will feature seven young and talented CYM violin players, live on SLB.
Center for Young Musicians [audio:http://slbradio.org/mp3/artists/2010-05-01-CYM.mp3]
These musicians are very accomplished and poised for their ages!
I enjoyed all the selections, and did not hear any errors in their performances, which is a tribute to their hard work! I enjoyed
the interviews of the children as well!
Congratulations to all!
Fortunately as a very young lady, I had an uncle – the late RUDOLPH B. STANISH – a great supporter of the arts – thus being his favorite niece, I always attended performances by the Pittsburgh Symphony, the Pittsburth Ballet Theater, the Bach Choir, and any function sponsored by the American Guild of Organists. In fact, our one and ony daughter was married at Nemacolin Woodlands, and we had the honor of WV’s Symphony String Quartet perform at her wedding. But let’s get back to Annie and her performance! We couldn’t pick up the radio signal but Annie’s precious Mom e-mailed us the website where we could listen to the performance and listen my husband and I did. It was fantastic, superb, enjoyable,and to hear these children speak with such knowledge of their instruments is so inspiring; but WAIT, the highlight for me was when the announcer asked “Annie” is there anyone you’d like to say hello to and she preciously replied: My family and Judy Arrow.” I cried and kept crying and pray the Lord will let me live to hear her as she advances in her playing. Thank you Annie for such a magnificent performance and remembering your special friend – JUDY ARROW. Such an honor to have bestowed on me when you’re such a popular little girl.