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In Episode 5 of ENJOY!, we feature an amazing performance from the Cape Symphony’s April 2016 concert “Mozart, At Last!” Jae Cosmos Lee, our Cape Symphony Concertmaster, takes the lead with an extraordinary ensemble of Cape Symphony musicians in the second movement of Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5.

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Jung-Ho interviews Kyle Spraker, the Cape Symphony’s Principal Trumpet. Kyle talks about his various roles as trumpeter, teacher, and director of community outreach and education. Kyle shows us one of his young trumpet students playing a bit of Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy” – truly adorable.

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This clip from the Cape Symphony's "ENJOY!" show features Quartett Giocosa performing “Danse Macabre,” a tone poem by Camille Saint-Saens.

Quartett Giocosa is Heather Goodchild Wade, violin; Irina Fainkichen, violin; Irina Naryshkova, viola; and Elizabeth Schultze, cello. “Giocosa” means “joy” in Italian, and this quartet of Cape Symphony musicians delivers joy in every performance.

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In Episode 4 of ENJOY!, Jung-Ho interviews Kyle Spraker, the Cape Symphony’s Principal Trumpet. Kyle talks about his various roles as trumpeter, teacher, and director of community outreach and education.

Episode 4 also features Quartett Giocosa performing “Danse Macabre,” a tone poem by Camille Saint-Saens. “Giocosa” means “joy” in Italian, and this quartet of Cape Symphony musicians delivers joy in every performance.

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Check out this amazing performance from the Cape Symphony’s 2016 concert “The Silk Road and Beyond.” A traditional Korean Drum Dance, Samgomu is sometimes called "three drum dance" or standing "drum dance." Each dancer is surrounded on three sides by drums, which are hung on square frames. The drums are positioned so that dancers can hit each one as they play complex rhythms and move in perfect synchronization.

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