Saturday evening's Concert at the Tutor Family Center for the Performing Arts was, in a word, phenomenal! From the opening Cariolan Overture by Beethoven to the final piece, Schubert's Symphony #9 in C major (the Great), the entire audience sat enthralled. Each offering was met with enthusiastic applause and cheers; however, it was Maestro Domine's Cello Concerto that "brought the house down." Cellist Daniel Grab was stellar and, in his hands, the Concerto soared to incredible heights. After thunderous applause and a standing ovation, Mr. Grab returned to his seat and treated the concertgoers to an encore of the Prelude to Bach's Cello Suite No. 3 in C major. At the conclusion, applause rang out for him, Maestro Domine, and the entire Orchestra for what was indeed a most wonderful evening of music.