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Ryan Haskins, Music Director & Conductor Featuring:John OsbornLynette Tapia Program Pieces & Movements L’ELISIR D’AMORE GAETANO DONIZETTI(1797-1848) GIANNI SCHICCHI GIACOMO PUCCINI(1858-1924) Overture …

Ryan Haskins, Music Director & Conductor Stephanie March, Cello Program Pieces & Movements Marianna Martines Ouverture in C major, “Sinfonia” (1744-1812) (1770) …

Brulé – Program Notes

Ryan Haskins, Music Director & Conductor Paul Summers, Laroche Founder/Producer, Keyboard Vlasis Pergakis, Guitar Shane Summers, Percussion Nicole Summers, Flute Program Pieces …

John Osborn – Soloist

American tenor, John Osborn, was born in Sioux City, Iowa. He attended primary and secondary school, and was heavily involved in music and athletics while growing up in Iowa.

Lynette Tapia – Soloist

Bolivian American soprano Lynette Tapia is consistently acclaimed for her “canary” embellishments and “crystalline coloratura” passages by journalists worldwide.

Stephanie March – Cello

A native of Sioux City, Iowa, Stephanie March is Principal Cellist of the SCSO and Assistant Principal of the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra. She teaches cello and chamber music at Morningside University in addition to maintaining a private studio of young cellists.