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Cellist Chiara Enderle, granddaughter of villager Peg Champney, will perform Saturday, Jan. 16 with the Springfield Symphony.

Cellist Chiara Enderle, granddaughter of villager Peg Champney, will perform Saturday, Jan. 16 with the Springfield Symphony.

Cellist with roots in YS to perform with Springfield Symphony

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Chiara Enderle,a 22-year-old cello soloist with a growing international reputation, will perform with the Springfield Symphony on Saturday, Jan. 16, at 8 p.m. A young woman with deep roots in Yellow Springs, she will perform the Cello Concerto by Antonin Dvorak.

Enderle performed in Yellow Springs several years ago as part of the Carmina Quartet with her parents, Matthias Enderle and Wendy Champney, who grew up in Yellow Springs and is the daughter of Peg and the late Ken Champney. The family lives in Switzerland. In 2013 Chiara Enderle won two international competitions, the Witold Lutoslawski Cello Competition in Warsaw and the Pierre Fournier Award in London.

Tickets cost $20 and are available at the Yellow Springs News office and also online at springfieldsymphony.org. Proceeds from tickets sold at the News office will benefit the Friends Music Camp, which is headed by Chiara’s grandmother, Peg Champney.

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