Two student musicians will showcase very different eras of music this weekend in the spring concert of the New Horizons Symphony Orchestra. Flutist Dominic Lowhar will play a movement from a Mozart Flute Concerto, and xylophonist Nathan Dossey will play from the Concertino for Xylophone and Orchestra by 20th century Japanese composer Toshiro Mayuzumi, as the 2016 winners of the orchestra’s “Young Artist Competition.” Conductor Dr. Marianna Gabbi talked with KRWG's Intermezzo host Leora Zeitlin about the competition and the program, which will also feature the New World Symphony by Dvorak.
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