Two student compositions to be performed by Glens Falls Symphony

Two Schuylerville High School students will have their original compositions performed by a woodwind quartet from the Glens Falls Symphony on Saturday, March 14.

The pieces, composed by Brandon Alling and Alex Malin, were part of a composition contest through the Glens Falls Symphony. Alling and Malin were selected as the two finest student compositions among all the entries received.

The concert is at Skidmore College in the Zankel Performance Hall. The student pieces will be performed as part of the pre-concert talk beginning at 1:25 p.m. Tickets for the event are available from the Glens Falls Symphony Office.

ABOUT THE STUDENT COMPOSERS

  • Brandon Alling: “Intervention in C Minor”

Brandon is a senior at Schuylerville High School and studies piano with Jennifer Brink; he is also proficient with trombone and the mallets. He is a member of the Schuylerville High School Symphonic Band, Jazz Ensemble, Vocal Ensemble and Chorus. He plans to continue his studies of piano performance and compositions and psychology at Oswego State University in the fall.

  • Alex Malin: “Anemoia”

Alex is a junior at Schuylerville High School, whose main instrument is the saxophone (alto, baritone and soprano). He currently plays in the high school’s symphonic band and jazz ensemble, as well as with the Lake George Community Band, the Capital Region Wind Ensemble and will be performing in a saxophone quartet at the LARAC festival. He plans to study music education and performance in college.