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2012 Los Angeles International Music Festival at Walt Disney Concert Hall
Tickets now on sale for the June 19, 2012 concert
By Jonathan Gordon, World Projects Media Manager

The Los Angeles International Music Festival, presented by World Projects Corporation, affords top high school, middle school, and community ensembles from across the U.S. and around the world the opportunity to perform in Los Angeles at the prestigious Walt Disney Concert Hall.

Tickets are now on sale at the Ticketmaster for the June 19 evening concert. The performance starts at 7:30 PM.


The following ensembles are participating in this year's concert:

The Hwa Chong Institution String Orchestra, since its inception in the late 1980s, has grown from strength to strength, ceaselessly striving for excellence and greater heights. Currently under the skilled baton of Mr Trevor Sze, the Hwa Chong Institution String Orchestra has performed at many events and has had many concerts.

Hwa Chong Institution String Orchestra
Trever Sze, Director

In addition to the concerts and performances, the Hwa Chong Institution String Orchestra has also performed well in the Singapore Youth Festival central judging, a biennial national competition in which school orchestras are judged based on criteria not limited to the musical aspect, but also the visual aspect of their performance, clinching the Gold with Honours recently, in 2011.

In the international music scene, the Hwa Chong Institution String Orchestra also emerged as first runner up in the open category of the 2006 International Gothenburg Music Festival and has collaborated with the Australian Boys’ Choir.


Dougherty Valley High School is located in San Ramon, CA. It opened in 2007 and was the first comprehensive high school built in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District in 30 years. There were 80 students in the music program the first year; 40 in band, 10 in jazz band, 15 in orchestra, 10 in steel drum band, and 5 in choir, with one music director. Now the program has 3 directors, over 250 in band/jazz, over 130 in orchestra, and 120 in choir.
Dougherty Valley High School
Wind Ensemble
Teri Musiel, Director

The Wind Ensemble is the newest addition to the band program; added as a class 2 years ago. Students in this ensemble have had the opportunity to travel and perform in Los Angeles and Canada, and will be traveling to Hawaii next March. The DVHS Wind Ensemble recently received Unanimous Superior rating at our CMEA festival. The group is an important part of our 250 member “Blue Crew” that performs at football games, community events, rallies, and other school functions. The musicians are very excited to be a part of this festival and perform in the Disney Concert Hall.


The Cathedral City High School Symphonic Band is a performance-oriented ensemble specifically designed for serious musicians by audition only. The primary goal and function of the Symphonic Band is to introduce students to the top wind band literature at the highest appropriate level; while also giving them knowledge to delve further into music at Cathedral City High School and beyond.
Cathedral City High School Symphonic Band
Gregory X. Whitmore, Director

The Symphonic Band has performed in such unique and prestigious places as Walt Disney Concert Hall (Los Angeles), London, Cardiff (Wales), Paris (France), Germany, Hawaii, Washington D.C., and Carnegie Hall in New York City. Additionally, the Symphonic band participates yearly in a “collegiate conductor series,” where the ensemble has the opportunity to work with some of the finest collegiate-level band conductors at leading Universities in the United States.


The Beckman High School Orchestra has experienced much success in its short history and is the largest high school orchestra program in the Tustin Unified School District (120 students) with three levels of orchestra. Through its performances of standard orchestral literature and the performances of new music by student and local composers, as well as the number and quality of performances in the community, the orchestra is making its presence felt in the artistic communities of Tustin and Irvine. The orchestra has earned Superior and Unanimous Superior Ratings at every district and regional music festival it has performed in.
Beckman High School String Orchestra
Jim Kollias, Director

On April 7, 2007 the Beckman High School Orchestra made its Carnegie Hall debut and performed there again in 2009 and 2011. In May 2007, the orchestra was the only orchestra selected to perform as part of the California Distinguished School Recognition Program in Anaheim, earning accolades from California State Superintendent Jack O’Connell. In April 2013, the Chamber Orchestra has been invited to make their fourth appearance at Carnegie Hall.


The Royal Tonga Police Band’s origin goes back to almost a hundred years ago. It started during the 1900’s comprised of students from the only Government School at the time. The Band was purely a traditional British Brass Band durring this time. In 1951 it was incorporated into the Tonga Police Force. In 1968, the band became the full official Tonga Police Brass Band, completely integrated within the Police Force.
Royal Tonga Police Band
Kepueli ‘Atunaisa Taumoepeau, Director

Today, the Band consists of 33 personnel performing in three division Bands. They are Brass Band, Big Band (Jazz Band) and a String Combo Band. The Band is responsible for all Government functions requiring a band parade, welcoming visiting dignitaries, all ceremonies attended by the Tongan Monarch.

The Band represents the Kingdom of Tonga at many Music Productions around the world. In addition to performance of conventional and contemporary Brass Band Music, four Policewomen perform traditional dances and the bandsmen perform Tongan and other Polynesian dances.


The Fullerton College Symphonic Winds is the major performing group for wind, brass, and percussion music majors at Fullerton College. The FC Symphonic Winds is comprised of undergraduate music students. Non-music majors are also welcome to join this ensemble as well. The FC Symphonic Winds performs standard band literature as well as commissioning new works from both student composers and established composers in Southern California.
Fullerton College Symphonic Winds
Anthony Mazzaferro, Director

The FC Symphonic Winds have performed concerts, clinics, and workshops at Music Conventions and at major universities throughout California, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona. The Fullerton College Symphonic Winds are active in the commissioning of new works by composers for band. Brent Pierce, Rolf Rudin, Shelly Hanson, Daniel Lusko, Julie Giroux, Roger Cichy, and James Moberly are a few of the composers we have had the pleasure of performing as members of composer consortiums.


Performance Timing: aproximately 3 hours, with one intermission.

All events and artists subject to change without prior notice.

We are now accepting applications for our 2013 festivals. Contact World Projects at 800-922-3976 today or visit our Website.

World Projects Newsletter
May 2012

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