Episode 2: The Road to Paris “Paris, almost exactly at the beginning of the 20th Century, had become the exciting place where new things were happening in music, where you found fresh air, and great new names, and a fever of creative energy.” Bernstein gives us a look at the journeys some composers took to
Throughout the year, the National Philharmonic offers talented young musicians the opportunity to perform for and be mentored by critically acclaimed guest artists who appear in concert with the Philharmonic. Pre-selected students perform in these master classes, which are free and open to the public, providing a chance to observe master musicians sharing their experience
Episode 3: Musical Atoms – A Study of Intervals “A very important word, “interval”, because it’s the heart and soul of music. You see music is not made out of notes by themselves, but out of the intervals between one note and another. That’s why it’s so necessary for us to understand this word, interval.” This
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Polaris Piano Trio Haydn: Trio in G Major, “Gypsy”, Hob. XV/25 David Baker: “Roots II” for Violin, Cello and Piano (c. 1992) Clara Wieck Schumann: Trio in G minor, op.17 Free
Miri Frenkel Piano Studio Recital
Ken Giles’ violin/viola/guitar students will perform a group concert at the John Kendall Recital Hall at Potter Violin on Sunday, December 22, 2019, 2:00 pm. The repertoire will include holiday tunes, Pachelbel Canon, civil rights songs, and the “Bach Double” violin concerto. Many of the students also participate in the D.C. Youth Orchestra Program.