The Mansfield Symphony Youth Strings will perform their spring concert under the baton of director Matt Domka on Sunday, March 25 at 3:00 p.m. on the stage of the Renaissance Theatre. The program consists of both contemporary and classical repertoire, featuring a Haydn suite alongside contemporary film and Broadway favorites, including Arlen’s “Over the Rainbow,” Sondheim’s “Send in the Clowns,” and music from Star Wars.

“The Mansfield Symphony Youth Strings features some of the most talented strings players from the Mansfield and surrounding areas,” shared Domka. The Youth Strings consists more than forty students in grades 6 through 10 who audition to participate in this elite orchestral group. The orchestra is composed of students from Ashland, Clear Fork, Homeschool, Lexington, Mansfield, River Valley, and Willard School Districts.

The Mansfield Symphony Youth Strings perform as part of the Mechanics Bank Education Series and with additional support from the Russell and Mary Gimbel Foundation. Adult tickets are $10, and student tickets are $5. All tickets are available online at, or by calling the box office at 419-522-2726.

The 2016-2017 Mansfield Symphony Youth Strings includes the following students: Sorien Allen, Viola; Logan Bartlett, Viola; Scott Bartlett, Viola; Katie Bemiller, Violin II; Niamh Breault, Viola; Megan Coon, Viola; Liam Cummins, Cello; Seth Dahlhausen, Cello; Jesse Domka, Violin II; Makenna Domka, Violin II; Mitch Domka, Violin II; Elijah Durbin, Bass; Annabelle Gandert, Violin II; Jacob Hathaway, Cello; Joe Hathaway, Cello; Gabe Hill, Cello; Melissa Jungeberg, Viola; Kloey Kaeser, Cello; Faith Kaschube, Violin I; Jax Lamp, Cello; Nico Laser, Cello; Joseph Litao, Violin I; Kelsey Logan, Violin II; Garrett McCoy, Violin II; Elisa McFadden, Viola; Issac McFadden, Violin II; Kayla McFadden, Violin I; Wyatt Miller, Violin II; Rachel Mutti, Violin I; Sarah Nelson, Violin II; Ava Newdome, Violin I; David Newdome, Bass; Sierra Pauley, Violin I; James Prinz, Cello; Sam Prinz, Viola; Chloe Sackreiter, Cello; Grace Sarbach, Bass; Naomi Schag, Violin I; Katie Sheridan, Violin I; Maggie Sheridan, Violin I; Elijah Williams, Bass; and Grace Yeichner, Violin II.

Source, Photo: Renaissance Performing Arts Association/Jeff Spreng

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