Akeboshi – Wind (Naruto Ending 1) | Piano Cover

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“Wind” by Akeboshi

Arranged and Performed by Joe Jeremiah

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“Ain’t It Fun” – Paramore (Against The Current Cover)

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“Ain’t It Fun” – originally by Paramore
Written by Hayley Williams & Taylor York
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Flash Mob – Gustav Holst – The Planets: Jupiter (Berklee Contemporary Symphony Orchestra)

A flashmob of Gustav Holst’s “Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity” from The Planets by the Berklee Contemporary Symphonic Orchestra (BCSO) at Prudential Center.

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Conductor: Bernard Duc
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Audio Team:
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Lucas Celedon

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Peter Sauter,
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Jamichael Frazier

BERKLEE CONTEMPORARY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Conductor: Francisco Noya

Assistant Conductors:
Bernard Duc, Lausanne, Switzerland
Gabriela Gomez Estevez, Santiago, Dominican Republic
Sahil Jindal, Rockaway, New Jersey
Anthony Sabatino, Lenexa, Kansas

Violin I
Serena Harnack, Concertmistress, Glen Ellyn, Illinois
Giulia Duchi, Milano, Italy
Gretchen Joki, Derry, New Hampshire
Hanna Zercher, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Jody Slagle, Hanover, Pennsylvania
Nisa Taufik, Kuching, Malaysia
Danbi Choi, San Diego, California
Dorielle Holly, Long Beach, California
Fernanda Perera, Tokyo, Japan
Rachael Rhodes, Stillwater, Oklahoma
Michelle Layanto, Singapore, Singapore
Minnie Jordan, Coupland, Texas
Bailea Woodal, Odessa, Texas

Violin II
Linton (Josh) Robinson, Principal, Troy, Michigan
Jaylon Black, Houston, Texas
Madison Duffy, Las Vegas, Nevada
Benjamin Delaney, St. John’s, Canada
Tiffany Rhee, Los Angeles, California
Timothy Smith, Newark, Delaware
Alexandra Taylor, Waltham, Massachusetts
Kristina Urbano, Buena Park, California
Raya Wahab, Beirut, Lebanon
Corcoran Mikol, Ester, Alaska

Viola
Peter J. Pezzino, Principal, Gold Canyon, Arizona
Lydia Downard, Boston, Massachusetts
Cecelia Cook, Liberty, Missouri
Yi Hsuan Liu, Taiwan, Taiwan
Han Sol Yi, Honolulu, Hawaii

Cello
Keizo Yoshioka, Principal, Hopedale, Massachusetts
Peter Xiong, Cranston, Rhode Island
Jacob Esquivel, Los Angeles, California
Siobhan Cassidy Robinson, Dallas, Texas
Athanasios Lazarou, Kapandriti, Greece
Casey Murray, Rush, New York
Sung Ha Hong, Seoul, South Korea

Bass
Marcelo MacCagnan, Principal Santos, Brazil
Ryan FanelliManchester, Vermont
Pietro Gennenzi, Rome, Italy
Maya Mortman, Sharon, Connecticut
Manos Stratis, Nicosia, Cyprus

Guitar
Assen Vaptsarov, Sofia, Bulgaria

Harp
Abigail Lim-Kimberg, San Francisco, California
Autumn Ramey, Lancaster, Massachusetts

Piano
Chris Cheung, Hong Kong, China

Flute
Gabriela Gomez Estevez, Principal, Santiago, Dominican Republic
Tommaso Annoni, Fidenza, Italy
Celine Hawker, West Jordan, Utah
Katherine Neunhoffer, Kerrville, Texas

Piccolo
Katherine Neunhoffer, Kerrville, Texas
Celine Hawker, West Jordan, Utah

Oboe
Davis Feeley, Principal, El Cerrito, California
Morgan Lucero, San Francisco, California

Clarinet
Jose Ignacio, Principal, Sts. Aquino, Dominican Republic
Itamar Ben Zimra, Givatayim, Israel

Bassoon
John O’Hara, Westbrook, Maine
Peter Sauter, Brookside, New Jersey

Horn
Dan Pfeiffer, Principal, Orleans, Massachusetts
Biaochun Jonathan Foo, Singapore, Singapore
Andrew Capetandes, Long Island, New York
Mitchell Donahue, Roberts, Wisconsin

Trumpet
Kahlil Long, Principal, Springfield, Virginia
Kyrell Long, Springfield, Virginia
Viacheslav Ivanov, Moscow, Russia
Kieran Zollner, Gilbert, Arizona

Trombone
Ethan Santos, Principal, Fresno, California
Brian Freedman, Brockton, Massachusetts
Michael Riddle, Ipswich, Massachusetts

Bass Trombone
Ethan Santos, Fresno, California

Tuba
Rebecca Shrand, Marsh eld, Massachusetts

Timpani
Yusuf Roshd, Toronto, Canada
Charlie Betzelberger, Overland Park, Kansas

Percussion
Yusuf Roshd, Principal, Toronto, Canada
Charlie Betzelberger, Overland Park, Kansas
Denizcan Aktas, Izmir, Turkey

Faculty Coaches
Bass: Susan Hagen
Harp: Felice Pomeranz
Percussion: Richard Flanagan
Strings: David Wallace and Sharan Leventhal
Woodwinds and Brass: Charlie Lewis

Staff
Jamie Davis-Ponce
Orchestra Manager and Associate Director of Performance Division Programs

Sahil Jindal
Orchestra Personnel Assistant

Katherine Neunhoffer
Orchestra Librarian Assistant

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Orchestra Marketing Assistant
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