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Celebrating the HYS Class of 2022

Congratulations, Class of 2022!

We are proud to recognize the Class of 2022, composed of 44 students from 18 public, independent, and online schools!

We are incredibly proud of all that you have overcome at this time, and we are delighted to see you bring your music to the rest of the world. Hawaii Youth Symphony is grateful for the opportunity to have been part of your upbringing! We hope that you stay in touch with each other and with us!

The HYS Class of 2022:

Andy Au, David Cassens, Noah Chang, Zoe Chang, Kaitlyn Dote, Rafael Elham, Jacob Fetterman, Emily Fujii, Roice Galapon, Ethan Garland, Morgan Garza, Spencer Howe, Ethan Ibanez, Elvis Imamura, Kailyn Isobe, Austin Jim, Eric Kim, Meenakshi Kutty, Christine Lau, Eileen Liu, Joey Maeshiro, Kristyn Miyamoto, Pieter Nauwelaerts, Bao Nguyen, Kenneth Nishikawa, Ellie Ochiai, Aaron Omon, Angelina Pablo, Gabriel Paraso, Justin Park, Katherine Ricks, Dylan Serrano, Kisa Tamai, Austin Taniguchi, David Togami, Anthony Tran, Jolien Tran, Hinano Tsuchiya, Pamela Villanueva, Brevely-Ann Wiemer, Christian Yamada, Jason Yee, Alexander Yip, Reese Yoshikawa

Schools Represented:

Hawaii Baptist Academy, Home School, ʻIolani School, Kaiser High School, Kalani High School, Kamehameha Schools (Kapalama), Maryknoll School, McKinley High School, Mid-Pacific Institute, Mililani High School, Moanalua High School, Pearl City High School, Punahou School, Roosevelt High School, Sacred Hearts Academy, St. Andrew’s Schools, University Laboratory School, Utah Online School, Waipahu High School

Spring Concert Series & Class of 2022 Bio Booklet

Senior Highlights

(You can also find these videos on our social media @hiyouthsymphony!)

Honor the Class of 2022 with a Donation