Carmel Valley students perform with San Diego Symphony at ‘Best and Brightest’ event

Torrey Pines High School juniors (in photo at right, l-r) Zachary Siegel and Omar Gaidarov performed on March 30 with the San Diego Symphony, as part of its “Best and Brightest, A Celebration of San Diego’s Young Musicians” concert.

Zachary is principal trumpet and Omar is principal flute of the San Diego Youth Symphony’s three most elite orchestras: Chamber Orchestra, Philharmonia, and Symphony Orchestra. At TPHS, Zach performs with the Jazz Band, and Omar is a member of the Wind Ensemble.

Related posts:

  1. Trio con Brio, San Diego to perform at the Carmel Valley Library on June 12
  2. Canyon Crest Acadent students/Trio con Brio to perform at the Carmel Valley Library on June 9
  3. The Oberon Quintet to perform at the Carmel Valley Library May 8
  4. Canyon Crest Academy students to perform at Carmel Valley Library on June 9
  5. Carmel Valley Middle School to hold Winter Music Concerts

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