Assaggi. (verb) “to taste”; (noun) “assortment to taste” Osteria. (noun) “an inn, where good food is served in a warm hospitable environment” Open daily from 11:30am. Continuous service throughout the day and into the evening Full bar and extensive wine by the glass list Private, semi-private and al fresco dining available Chef/Proprietor Domenico Cornacchia; Chef de Cuisine Daniele Bolognesi Host/Proprietor Giovanni Cesaratto Domenico Cornacchia, of Assaggi Osteria, taps into ages of ancestral Italian cooking each time he steps into his kitchen and brings a rich love of the cuisine that he so skillfully nurtured through the years. For those who love Italian cuisine, Assaggi Osteria features homemade pastas, great salads, numerous appetizers, fresh seafood, veal and scrumptious beef. Assaggi Osteria sources whole fresh fish from worldwide sustainable sources, offering the finest bounty the sea has to offer. Produce is purchased from Amish farms and all desserts are homemade. Gift Certificates are available on our website. Notable Mentions: 2010 Open Table Diner’s Choice Winner 2011 Open Table Diner’s Choice Winner 2012 Open Table Diner’s Choice Winner Zagat Favorable Mention Best of McLean and Vienna - Washingtonian Magazine, January 2011 Washingtonian Magazine, August 2012 View our menus online at www.AssaggiOsteria.com Located in the McLean Square Shopping Center 6641 old dominion drive ● mclean, va 22101 ● 703.918.0080 Blazing Bows of the West Symphonic Orchestra The Good, the Bad and the Ugly .................. Ennio Morricone (arr. Seidle) Charlie Wang & Justin Nguyen, guitars The Alamo: The Proud Rebel .................... Tiomkin/Moross (arr. Seidel) The Magnificent Seven .............................. Elmer Berstein (arr. Seidel) Interlude -- Bolcom: The Serpent’s Kiss Paul Li & Theron Masters, pianists Philharmonic Orchestra Ghost Riders in the Sky ............................. Stan Jones (arr. Seidle) Cowboys .............................................. John Williams INTERMISSION Festive Orchestra Hoedown from “The Speckled Hen” ................ William Hofeldt Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron ................... arr. Ted Rickets Interlude: “Last Train to Nashville” Camille Thornton, singer-songwriter Freshman Orchestra Hoedown from “Rodeo” ............................. Aaron Copland (arr. Bulla) The American Journey .............................. Robert Kerr Anthem The Explorers The Inventors Paul Li, piano & Alyssa Katahara, harp Class of 2013 Senior Song Langley Orchestra Director, Dr. Scott McCormick Cooper & Langley Freshman Orchestra Director, Ms. Bo-Min Son Orchestra Director Dr. Scott McCormick Langley High School Dr. McCormick (aka ”Doc” to his students) is in his 12th year of teaching with the Fairfax County Public school system as director of the orchestral program at Langley. Originally from Canada, he completed his B.M. at the University of Western Ontario and his M.M. and D.M. in Performance and Literature from Indiana University. He was recently invited to join the music faculty at Patrick Henry College, where he serves as an adjunct professor of music theory and instructional music. He also performs as a violist with the Washington Bach Consort and has played with a number of period instrument ensembles in the D.C. area. Dr. McCormick is a contributor to new research in the historical performance practice of music of Baroque era. He specializes in the performance of the viola d’amore, an unusual baroque instrument with sympathetic strings. An excerpt of his doctoral thesis ‘Pur al fin Gentil Viola’ was published in the Newsletter of the Viola d’Amore Society of America. One of his performances, from the National Gallery in Ottawa with members of the Canadian group Tafelmusik, was broadcast nationally by CBC radio. He has also performed as a viola d’amore soloist with the Richmond Symphony, with the Penn State University Baroque Orchestra, and for the annual National Cathedral performance of Bach’s St. John Passion. Dr. McCormick, and his wife Rebekah are founders of the Second Fiddle Farm, a 12-acre facility in Loudoun County, which is home to two horses, three sheep, and seven chickens. Their spunky five-year-old daughter, Norah, and younger brother, Hugh, keep Doc and Rebekah filled with joy when he is not teaching his Langley Orchestra students. Orchestra Director Ms. Bo-Min Son Langley High School Freshman Ms. Bo-Min Son, a proud alumna of Cooper MS and Langley HS, graduated Magna Cum Laude from Boston University with a Bachelor of Music and is currently working towards her Masters in Music Education at George Mason University. Ms. Son started her music training early on the piano, but decided that the cello was her choice of instrument at the age of 11. Since then, she has held principal roles in American Youth Philharmonic, Boston University Chamber Orchestra and was a fellow member of National Symphony Orchestra Youth Fellowship Program, where she received a full scholarship to pursue her musical training. She also performed and featured as a soloist at multiple venues such as Carnegie Hall, Symphony Hall and Kennedy Center. She obtained numerous awards from a number of competitions including a Grand Prize from the Third International New Praise for Piano and Strings. She has participated in master classes with Alban Gerhardt, Paul Katz, Norman Fisher and Joshua Gordon. Her principal teachers include Dorothy Amarandos, Glenn Garlick of National Symphony Orchestra and Marc Johnson, formerly with Vermeer Quartet. Busy maintaining her career as a cellist, conductor and educator, Ms. Son currently directs and oversees over 200 secondary strings students daily at Cooper Middle School and Langley High School in McLean, VA. In addition to teaching, Ms. Son enjoys being a music coach in the community and has a thriving private cello studio that includes a wide range of students. She continues to sustain her love for playing the cello by performing in the McLean Orchestra. When she’s not playing or teaching, she loves to travel. Langley Langley Freshman Orchestra Orchestra Freshman Violin I Viola Steven Corcoran Jake Baker Manolya El-Sekkaki Katherine Carris* Rumika Imdad David Fraley Lauren Kim Ananya Hegde Maria McQuade Patrick Kim Armon Moussavi-Nejad* Yasmin Khodaei Ashleigh Robie Willliam McNicholas Angela Tran* Anya Nasanow Violin II Minh Pham Ameen Al-Dalli Swetha Ramesh* Kitty Ascrizzi Erik Toor Sydney Frazier Cello Kyle Lam Daniel Baek Faatemah Mallick Trisha Choe Parham Neyzari Ben Culmer Sally Park Dan Englund Akansha Ramamurthy Tony Lee Nora Riley* Cliff Yang* Jack Sherlock Bass Haley Simkins* Kevin Pulley* Zoe Wang Regina Yap *Principal Langley Orchestra Langley Festive Orchestra Festive Violin I Violin II Ariana Bowers Siddhi Venkatraman Patrick Dubois* Analea von Seggern* Mallorie Garcia Olivia White Timothy Kostelancik Ashley Wilcock Tiffany Najadifar Gabrielle Zuccari Quan Pham Viola Madhuri Prayaga Afham Chotani Alexa Tavassoli Abigail Daniel Kurt Tran Sara Ebadi Sean Yang* Lindsey Hogge Violin II William Rau* Rebecca Anger* Henry Takane Prerna Das Arushi Uppal Angela Ferrerosa Cello Damien Islek James Campbell Sheema Mohebi Tristan Choe Praveena Mylvaganam Ian Helm Benjamin Nguyen Kirk Knutsen Justin Nguyen Randolph Liang Vinay Prasad Eryney Marrogi* Chase Reese Alexie Onufrak Kevin Shen John Tran Phong Truong Bass Stephen Tung Hunter Yates* *Principal Langley Langley Chamber Orchestra Orchestra Chamber Violin I Viola Elizabeth Chiu Alexander Quion Julia Hara Gene Kim Cello Cindy Lee Constance Chiu Kevin Tan Harrison Nam Brandon Tran Patrick Quion Alexander Swann Skye Toor Violin II Piano Alan Chiang Paul Li Darcy Davidson George Prestoy Natalie Fahlberg Chigaya Sakai Alex Fraley Theron Masters Sydney Kee Guitar Justin Nguyen Percussion Rushi Challa Laura Grems Langley Langley SymphonicOrchestra Orchestra Symphonic Violin I Viola Parastoo Aflaki Zachary Chou Mina Cho Anna Cox Nora Dell Maggie Farnsworth Stephanie Dubois Benjamin Kenna Natalie Fahlberg* Troy Kim Drea George Zachary Lew Jessica Hauda Catherine Llave Robert Jackson Maxine Nussbaum Myunghoon Kim* Melissa Parks* Steven Pyon Daniel Perez-Zapata Celeste Saddler Rachel Smith Alysha Singh Sara Zahir Grace Sununu Cello Violin II Nirosha Beekjuysen* Nathan Bala Jordana Bickel Remy Bustani* Katherine Cassidy* Kylie Davidson Kevin Chin Mara DeTrani Quinn Chu Omer El-Sekkaki* Carter Hohl Raina Hassan Deborah Lee Bryan Huynh Camille Thornton William O’Donovan Julia Walker Karl Renz Erin Wilkie Madeline Thompson Rachel Wu Justinian Yi Bass Rebecca Yim Leslie Rivers* *Principal Langley Langley PhilharmonicOrchestra Orchestra Philharmonic Violin I Viola Elizabeth Chiu Andrew Hwang Michelle Chu* Sara Ibrahim Alexandra Cramer Kevin Le Julia Hara Marissa Lee Cindy Lee* Penelope Mort Ranta Grace Keffer Alexander Quion* Gene Kim* John Stevens Kevin Tan* Amelia Sugianto Brandon Tran J.T. von Seggern* Ashley Zhang Sarah White Violin II Cello Ian Beskin Constance Chiu* Alan Chiang* Christian Hohl Darcy Davidson* Claire Lee Alex Fraley* Minhye Lee Sydney Kee Alex Lim Allison Maebius Harrison Nam Rebecca Oh Julia Pennington Grace Posey Ashley Pyon Christopher Quion Patrick Quion Gretchen Roesel Mason Schurmeier Caitlin Rose Skye Toor* Aaron Sun Bass Charles Wang Alex Blankinship Ji Na Yang Matt Cooley* Harp Jonathan Grow Alyssa Katahara* *Principal Song Parody from Rome Trip Orchestra Seniors, Class of 2013 Lyrics by Alexa Tavassoli, Alexandra Fraley, and Darcy Davidson Sing to the tune of Mambo Number 5 by Lou Bega,1, 2, 3/8 time Seconds can't count but they can rhyme To the beat of the bumpin' cellos The basses can play but they really don't wanna. Broken chairs at the concert last night Double encores giving Doc a fright. I like Doc, Ms. Son, Amico, Francescos. They're better than Michelangelo’s frescoes. What else can we do? We don't wanna leave here. If we can't stay in Rome then we will be shedding tears. Everything’s great, it’s all good, I will party With all these Italians. When you gotta go somewhere today You'd better bring a buddy on your way. Or else you'll get in trouble there's no doubt. And if you disagree, well you can't pout. And if you wanna hear some good advice You'd better keep in mind rule number five. Don't you dare look at Italian men But if you did you'd rate them ten. We want something sweet out on the town. While eating gelato we never frown. In flavors in U.S. you never see. Any more delicious it could not be. So finally it’s evening, dinner time. We're gonna have some pizza, that sounds fine. But there really isn't quite enough. They're working real hard but we're so tough. We just love to watch movies like Zoolander too And we can’t compare to Doc’s awesome hair Doc and Son will lead us on! KLangleyOrchestra Seniors Orchestra Festive Seniors College Instrument Savannah College of Art & Design Violin Longwood University Cello College of William and Mary Violin Japan Piano George Mason University Cello Chiu, Constance Hartt School of Music Cello Chu, Michelle University of Virginia Violin Cooley, Matt James Madison University Bass Daniel, Abigail Marymount University Viola Davidson, Darcy Christopher Newport University Violin El-Sekkaki, Omer George Washington University Violin Gettysburg College Violin Virginia Tech Oboe Grems, Laura University of Michigan Percussion Hohl, Christian Pennsylvania State University Cello Hwang, Andrew John Hopkins University Viola Jackson, Bobby Old Dominion University Violin Virginia Commonwealth University Violin Kim, Gene Virginia Tech Violin Lee, Cindy Boston College Violin College of William and Mary Piano University of Maryland Violin Nguyen, Justin Virginia Commonwealth University Violin/Guitar Parks, Melissa Bucknell University Viola Bustani, Remy Campbell, James Chiang, Alan Chigaya, Sakai Chin, Kevin Fraley, Alex Goddard, Christie Kee, Sydney Li, Paul Mylvaganam, Praveena Langley Orchestra Seniors Orchestra Festive Seniors College Instrument Christopher Newport University Viola Posey, Grace Wake Forest University Violin Prasad, Vinay Ohio State Violin George Mason University Piano Pyon, Ashley Pennsylvania State University Cello Quion, Alex Boston University Viola Rose, Caitlin University of North Carolina Violin University of Delaware Violin University of Pennsylvania Violin Two-Year Mission Tour Viola Reed College Cello Virginia Commonwealth University University of Maryland Violin Violn Carnegie Mellon University Cello Virginia Commonwealth University Violin College of William and Mary Cello Venkatraman, Sid University of Maryland Violin von Seggern, J.T. Randolph College Viola Wang, Charlie University of Maryland Violin White, Olivia West Virginia University Violin White, Sarah Wake Forest University Viola Yang, Ji Na Gettysburg College Violin Yang, Sean American University Violin Zuccari, Gabrielle Fordham University Violin Perez-Zapata, Danny Prestoy ,George Saddler, Celeste Singh, Alysha Stevens, John Jay Swann, Alex Tan, Kevin Tavasolli, Alexa Toor, Skye Tran, Brandon Tran, John We sincerely appreciate the generous Support and contributions from the Langley PTSA Norah and her “Speckled Hen”! langleyorchestra.org langleyorchestra.org LANGLEY ORCHESTRA SOCIETY SPONSORS Maestro’s Circle ($500) Sponsors ($100) The Chiu Family Steve & Ellen Davidson The Fraley Family Kurt & Julie Hohl Jae Y Lim MD & Sora Lee DDS PhD Michael Rivers & Sarah Stair Ayako Schurmeier & Eric Jambon Marlene Severson & David Cooley Kitty & John Sununu David & Wen Masters Taek & Young Lee Deborah & Edwin McNicholas Tien & Chi Pham Lucia & Hendra Sugianto Hollis & Amy Thompson Stephen Tung Family Boksi & Taehee Yi Pam Yim Patrick Zhang $60 Guynh Nguyen Sustaining Members ($200-$499) Stormy & Lisa Alandt Steven & Roxanne Englund Keith and Kelly George Mark Lee & Teresa Schudel Hogge Mark & Patty Keffer Charles & Elena Mitchell Susan Oh The Pennington Family Tom & Elizabeth Roesel Ichiro Sakai Peter & Mary Sherlock The Toor Family Paul & Catherine White Benefactors ($150) Amna & Rizwan Ibraham Tulin and Van Pulley The Hara Family Sponsors ($100) The Bickel Family Pishing & Jane Chiang The Corcoran Family The Cramer Family The Huynh Family Patrons ($50) Janet & Rex Blankinship Peter & Serena Chou The Grow Family Young Joon & Young-Eun Kim Trish & Dave Kostelancik Loc Tran & Bichlan Nguyen Andy & Terri Nussbaum Michael Rau & Nancy Cashman Rau Narayan Prasad & Aarthi Sankaran The Rose Family Mohan & Shobana Kurt Tran Family Robert Wang & Family Cliff Yang Members ($25-$49) Steve & Heather Baker Shawn & Beth Cox Mary-Ann Lew Yasmin Khodaei Kyung Wha Koh & Won Jong Lee The Mort Ranta Family Barbie & Bill Parks Susan & Tyler Posey The Carris Family LANGLEY ORCHESTRA SOCIETY SPONSORS The Langley Orchestra Society sincerely appreciates the support received from businesses in the Langley area. LOS corporate sponsors are listed throughout the program. Absolute Thai Maggiano’s The Artisan Magic Scissors Salon Assaggi Osteria Maison et Jardin, Ltd. Burns Brothers Cleaners Media Minders Chop-n-Chicken McLean Family Restaurant Cantina d’Italia McLean Hardware Café Tatti McLean Valet Cleaners Chain Bridge Cellars McLean Pharmacy Chesapeake Bagel Co. McLean Properties China Express Music Masters Corner Bakery Café myNeighbors Network Dr. R.K. Rosenberg, D.D.S. Oral & Maxillo-Facial Surgeons Elements McLean -Drs. Whiston, Patterson, Corcoran Elm Street Fitness Old Dominion Animal Health Center Evo Bistro Peking Imperial Eye Central Red Tomato Pizza - Drs. Reed, Fissel, & Foley Richey & Co. Shoe Store For the Wild Birds Salon Kenan Georganne’s Hallmark Shop Salon Michel Georgetown Learning Center S H Kim Tae Kwon Do Goeller’s Office & Art Supplies Smith’s of Bermuda Hair Quarters of McLean Supervisor John W. Foust Havana Vintage The Kellogg Collection Heidelberg Pastry Shoppe The Medicine Chest Pharmacy Honey Baked Ham of Reston the Organic Butcher of mclean Ichiban Sushi Restaurant The Studio Kazan Restaurant UBS Financial Services Kim’s Tailoring - Mr. John M. Yun, CRPC Jeff Lubin Portrait Studio - Mr. Kris A. Wappaus Jalapeno Grill Violin/Viola Teacher- Beata Segesvary Lamps Unlimited Wok n Roll L’Auberge Chez Francois WooLaeOak Korean Restaurant ORCHESTRA SPONSORS Thank you to the following band students for performing with us this evening! Clarinet: Susan McQuade Ben Parker Paul Bernstein Flute: Katie Moody Jessica Ji Horn: Leah Surratt Oboe: Christie Goddard Abby Jackson Percussion: Tyler Cunningham Saxophone: Amir Javaid We are grateful to our wonderful parents, volunteers, teachers, and sponsors for your continual support of our orchestra students and music program. SAT Prep Course Special Offer for orchestra students on www.langleyorchestra.org!
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