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Congratulations to the winners of Instrumental Music's first Concerto Competition. The winners will perform alongside the OSA Chamber Orchestra on April 21st at the Asian Cultural Center at 6:30pm. This concert will also feature student compositions performed by a group of professional musicians, The Left Coast Ensemble. Funding for this amazing event is provided in full by a grant from Oakland Arts for Kids.

High School and Middle School Winners:
Morgan Chan (Saint Seans' Piano Concerto in G minor)
Kayla Phan (Mozart's Violin Concerto in D K218)
Taylor Moses (Martin's Flute Concerto)
Sylvia Ettinger (Kenna's Nigh Soliloquy for Flute and Orchestra)

Honorable Mentions:
Jason Larios (Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto No 1)
Ella Duchesneau (Grieg's Piano Concerto No 1)
Benjamin Kim (Vivaldi's Concerto in g minor)
Tuki Bashore-Walker (Bach's Concerto in C Minor)  

 

OSA's 9th grader Maya Vaughan won the design competition for Schoolzilla's #dcs17 t-shirts. Congratulations! Checkout the winning design here - https://pic.twitter.com/vrpYDBTvnx
ymtcThe Bay Area's Youth Musical Theater Company (YMTC) production of "Spring Awakening" includes four OSA students: 

Tatianna Cordoba (Vocal Music) plays the lead as Wendla, Asher Witkin (Vocal Music) is Ernst, Ella Zalon (Literary Arts) plays Ilse and Bell Coles (Literary Arts) is Thea.

 
Winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Spring Awakening explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood with an electrifying fusion of morality, sexuality and rock and roll.