Susan Marshall '76

The Susan Marshall '76 Memorial Concert
This annual concert series was established by Susan's parents, Irl and Barbara Favill Marshall '46, in 1983 in memory of their daughter and her life-long love of music. Susan played violin and piano, enjoyed singing and graduated from North Shore in 1976. She continued her studies at Dartmouth College and in graduate school at the University of Denver. Each year, a young emerging musician is invited to perform a concert and visit with students and faculty.
2020    Centennial Retrospective
2019 Neave Trio
2018 Julian Rhee, violin
2017 Nathan Mo, cello
2016 Daniel Aisenberg, clarinet
2015 Andrew Guo, piano
2014 Adé Williams, violin
2013 Andrew Hudson, clarinet
2012  Ben Manis, cellist
2011 Allison Switala, violin
2010 Molly Yeh, percussion
2009 Cheng Hou Lee, cello
2008 Benjie de la Fuente '93, baritone
2007 Alison Balsom, trumpet
2006 Reginald Robinson, piano
2005 Katharine Needleman, oboe
2004 Benjamin Hochman, piano
2003 David Young, trumpet
2002 Corgliano Quartet
2000 The Musicians from Ravinia’s Steans Institute
1998 Pacifica Quartet
1997 Jaakko Kuusisto, violin
1996 Carsten Schmidt, piano
1995 Donald Milholin, baritone
1994 Jory Vinikour '81, harpsichord
1993 Wendy Warner '90, cello
1992 Jennifer Koh, violin
1991 Gil Shaham, violin
1990 Seung-Un Ha
1989 Carter Brey, cello
1988 Peter Winograd, violin
1987 Stephen Hough, piano
1986 Gary Hoffman, cello
1985 Ruth Golden
1984 Marcantonio Barone, piano
1983 Mark Peskanov, violin
    • Susan Marshall '76

    • Neave Trio

North Shore Country Day School is a junior kindergarten through 12th grade, college-preparatory school founded in Winnetka, Illinois in 1919.  With rigorous academic pursuit as the cornerstone, North Shore provides many opportunities for all students to excel – in the classroom and the laboratory, on the stage and the playing field, in their communities and beyond.