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Suite Brass with Bob Maxwell will be performing at Souderton Mennonite Church on Sunday, February 4, 2024 at 3pm
Isaac King and Friends
Sunday, APRIL 16, 2023 at 3pm
Isaac King will be playing the viola. He started his career in music from a young age. He has been part of many orchestras over the years including the Messiah College Orchestra, West Shore Symphony, and Harrisburg Youth Orchestra, as well as the Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra. He is now a student at Cairn University where he is principal violist of the University Orchestra. He has done many summer festivals including the David Kim Orchestral Institute, National Orchestral Institute, and the National Repertory Orchestra. He is presently studying viola with Rachel Ku of the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Brinson Moore will be playing the violin. He is a violin performance major at Cairn University. From Greenwood, SC, he has performed as soloist with the Carolina Youth Symphony Orchestra. In 2019, Brinson participated in the David Kim Orchestral Institute. As a composer, he was awarded 2nd place in the 2017 Young Composers Competition; his work was featured in the Emerging Composers Concert at Webster University, St. Louis, MO. Brinson is a student of Yuting Chen.
Graeme Burgan will be playing the piano. He is an active professional musician, educator and administrator; originally from Adelaide Australia. Graeme has worked with the Allentown Symphony Orchestra, Cairn University, University of Adelaide, University of South Australia and the Westminster Opera Theater. Graeme is currently on the faculty of Cairn University. He has a particular interest in helping young Christian musicians find how their faith is integrated through professional artistic pursuits. Since 2015, Graeme has served as the Executive Director of Csehy Summer School of Music, a summer program which hosts more than 250 young musicians every July with the goal that musical excellence would be based in a gospel-centered community.