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Loyola Academy Spring Orchestra Concert 2021

Loyola’s string musicians showcased their talents on the evening of Monday, May 10, in a virtual concert that premiered at 7:00 p.m. on RamblerStream.
In the program outlined below, the Honors Orchestra featured two principal players, violinist Ryan Susanto ’22 and cellist Peter Scheidt ’22, performing major solo concertos with the orchestra. 

Congratulations to our students on a beautiful concert! Music selections for this final concerts were chosen by the students.  

Beginning Guitars

Directed by Patrick Rustandi, guitar instructor

“Perfect” by Ed Sheeran (foreword by Alex Feuer ’22)

Guitar Ensemble

Directed by Sean McQuinn, guitar instructor

“Irish Folk Medley” by Jeremy Sparks

“Berimbao by” Jurg Kindle
Performed by The LA Honors Guitar Quartet (JP Desherow ’23, Erich Heinz ’21, Germain Mlope ’21, Gavin Velasco ’22)

Honors Orchestra

Directed by Patrick Rustandi, orchestra director

Violin Concerto in A minor, BWV 1041, mvt.3 (Allegro Assai) by J.S. Bach
featuring violinist Ryan Susanto ’22 (foreword by Dylan Libel ’24)

Cello Concerto nr. 1 in C major, Mvt.1 (Moderato) by F. J. Haydn
featuring cellist Peter Scheidt ’22 (foreword by Carolina Sperekas ’22)

Symphony and Honors Orchestra

Highlights from Harry Potter by John Williams arr. by Michael Story (foreword by James Casey ’23)

“Bohemian Rhapsody” by Freddie Mercury arr. by Robert Longfield (foreword by Giorgi D’Angelo ’23)

“Can’t Help Falling in Love” by G. D. Weiss arr. by Robert Longfield (foreword by Chelsea Antwi ’24)

“Viva La Vida” by Coldplay arr. by Larry Moore (foreword by Lexi Chigas ’22)

To watch a recording of the concert, click here:
    • 2021 Spring Orchestra Concert

      2021 Spring Orchestra Concert

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