• Cornell Chamber Orchestra

    Spring 2020

    + indicates solo

    Violin 1

    +Anna McDougall, Economics, ‘22

    +Tanvi Athavale, Information Science, Systems, and Technology, ‘23

    Eric Shen, Physics and Chemistry, ‘20

    Plato Deliyannis, Physics, ‘20

    Guillermo Alvarez, Earth and Atmospheric Science, ‘21

    Bozo Vareskic, Physics, grad

    Reina Kobayashi, Biomedical Engineering, ‘23

    Helen Sturman, Architecture, ‘23

    Frances Gregor, Architecture, ‘22

     

    Violin 2

    Claire Deng, Undeclared, ‘22

    David Wang, Computer Science, '23

    Palini Ramnarayan, Computer Science, ‘21

    Allison Liu, Computer Science, ‘23

    Iris Li

    Alexandra Castroverde, Nutritional science, ‘23

    Brooke Wu, Computer Science, '23

    Sophie Rockland, Biology and Society, '21

     

    Viola

    +Vineet Kamat, Physics, Math, Computer Science, ‘21

    Tiffany Chan, Computer Science, '23

    Akugbe Imudia, Biomedical Engineering, ‘22

    Claudia Xue, Hotel Administration, ‘22

    William Tu, Food Science, ‘23

    Rochelle Kris

    Joy Wu (April concert only)

     

    Cello

    Scott Wang, Computer Science, ‘22

    Samantha Huang, Environmental and Sustainability Sciences, ‘20

    Mathew Lin, Biology, '23

    Beatrice Pence, Physics, ‘23

    Elias Hanna, Undeclared, ‘23

    Ann Yeung, Biology, ‘23

     

    Bass

    +Michael Richardson, Engineering Physics, ‘21

    Benjamin Shearer, Physics, '23

     

    Timpani

    Hannah Robins, Biology, ‘23

     

    **band members for upcoming concert**

     

    Flute

    Hannah Son, HBHS, '22

     

    Oboe

    I: Katariina Alanko, Psychology, '22

    II: Estelle Lee

     

    Clarinet

    I: Sabrina Chen, Chemical Engineering, ‘20

    II: Rudy PetersonRudy Peterson, Computer Science & Physics, ‘20

     

    Bassoon

    I: Joshua Woods

    II: Serena Sanon, Biological Engineering, '21

     

    Horn

    I: Kasim Khan, Chemical Engineering, ‘20

    II: Gus Petito, Computer Science, ‘23

     

    Trumpet

    I: Matthew Haefner, Mechanical Engineering, ‘20

    II: TBD