FCS violinists Bennett Stucky and Mary Gindulis play Largo from JS Bach's Double Violin Concerto
FCS bass player Forest Greenough and some of his friends from around the country did this remote performance of J.S. Bach's Concerto for Two Violins in D minor, BWV 1043, Mvt. 3 by using their iPhones - arranged by Dave Camwell.
FCS violinist Mary Gindulis and her twin Mary Gindulis (😉) perform the enchanting "LeClair Sonata V for 2 Violins."
FCS violinist and Personnel Manager Jean Denney plays "Oak and Pine," a piece written by her daughter, Morgan Denney
FCS Concertmaster Stacy Lesarte plays a Klezmer violin arrangement of Ale Brider (We are all Brothers and Sisters)
FCS violinist Ryan Foley plays Piazzolla's "Cafe 1930" from Histoire du Tango
FCS flutist Kristin Sommer plays the 1st movement of Bach's "Suite in A minor for solo flute"
FCS flutist Sandy Tiemens plays Katherine Hoover's "Kokopeli"
FCS Associate Principal Oboist Gina Johnson plays Robert Stephenson's "Twinkle Variations"
FCS Principal Cellist Becky Kutz Osterberg plays Bach's "Sarabande" from Cello Suite No. 3
FCS violist Sabrina Romney Lloyd plays an enchanting version of Claude Debussy's "Clair de Lune"
FCS Principal Violist and Librarian Ethan Hecht performs Paul Hindemith's "Viola Sonata, Op. 25, No.1"
Tom Bittinger and Beth Wells wish Maestro Wes Kenney a Happy Birthday
FCS Principal Flutist Norman Menzales plays Strauss - Morgen
FCS Assistant Concertmaster Nina Fronjian plays Edward Elgar's "Salut d'amour" or "Love's Greeting."
FCS Assistant Principal Violist Lauren Spaulding gives a goosebumps-worthy performance of Friedrich "Fritz" Kreisler's Libesleid or "Love's Sorrow."
FCS flutist/piccoloist Sandy Tiemens plays "Echos" by Jaques Hotteterre
FCS cellist Peter Linder performs a Gigue from Bach's Cello Suite No. 3 in C Major
FCS violist Ezgi Pikayzen performs a Mozart duet with her husband Igor Pikayzen playing violin.
FCS Principal 2nd Violinist Chris Menter performs a famous Mexican Folk Song. Can you guess what it is?
FCS trombonists Daniel Watt and Kyle Lauer perform Michael Davis' "Trombone Institute of Technology."