2018-19 Symphonicity Soloists & Performers
Dr. James Gourlay was born in Scotland, where, at the age of ten, he was “volunteered” to play in his school brass band.
A native of Norfolk, Virginia, Gregory Gardner began singing at an early age and garnered praise over the years for the richness and beauty of his voice.
Brian Nedvin is an Assistant Professor at Old Dominion University where he is a studio voice teacher, vocal coordinator, director of the opera program, and music director for the musicals.
Mezzo Soprano Soloist
Norfolk native Emily Russell has been performing and teaching music locally for over fifteen years.
Anna Feucht is a soprano who has garnered praise for her “bright-yet-sensual voice” (BachTrack) and “exceptionally beautiful and powerful sound” (Art Song Update).
Guest Chorus Master
On February 17, 2019, Nancy Klein will present the Symphonicity Chorus and Old Dominion Chorus in a special performance of Requiem conducted by Daniel W. Boothe.
Miro Raj is an eleven-year-old violinist who lives in the Philadelphia region with his family. He started playing violin when he was six years old and has loved it ever since.
Collection of Messiah Soloist
Cailin Crane, Katherine Lakoski, Dr. Randall Criswell Ball, and Logan Cole Kenison will be performing alongside Symphonicity in the 36th Annual Handel's Messiah Sing-Along
The Tidewater Winds is comprised of 48 talented woodwind, brass, and percussion musicians from across the Hampton Roads, Virginia area representing various military, professional, and college bands and orchestras.