September 10, 2019
Meet the new Fellows of NWS
Last week the New World Symphony welcomed 23 first-year Fellows to Miami Beach! The “new” New World Symphony has been engaged in orientation meetings and first rehearsals.
Leading them on the podium in their first rehearsal was new Conducting Fellow Chad Goodman.
A few stats on our incoming class:
- They come to Miami from six countries: the U.S., China, Taiwan, Korea, Canada and England.
- The Fellow closest to home is Piano Fellow Wesley Ducote, who is a native of DeQuincy, Louisiana, a mere 1,072 miles from the New World Center.
- The Fellow farthest from home is Trombone Fellow Guangwei Fan from Guangzhou, China, a whopping 8,934 miles from his new home in Miami Beach.
- The first-year Fellows range in age from 22-30.
- They’ve studied all over the world, but the most-attended programs are The Juilliard School in New York and The Colburn School in Los Angeles.
- Fun fact: Cello Fellow Ben Fryxell is NWS’s first “grandchild” Fellow!
Join us in welcoming these new faces to the NWS Family. Click here to see when they’ll be performing this month at the New World Center.
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