National Philharmonic Chamber Players (April 28th, 2019 3pm)

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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National Philharmonic Chamber Players (Feb. 3rd, 2019 3pm)

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

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National Philharmonic Chamber Players (Oct. 21st, 2018 3pm)

Episode 1: What is a Melody? “It’s the whole meal so to speak: when you think of music, you think of melody right away,” says Mr. Bernstein. On this concert, Ludwig van Beethoven’s masterpieces, both early and late works for string quartet, provide the melodic inspiration for contemporary quartets by Pulitzer Prize winner Caroline Shaw

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Henry Flory, Violin Recital (Aug. 12th, 2018 5pm)

Henry Flory, Violin Recital Described by critics as a “poet” of the violin, award-winning violinist Henry Flory is rapidly earning a reputation as one of the most dynamic and charismatic violinists of his generation, with a burgeoning career spanning the US, Europe, and Asia. Since his debut as an orchestral soloist at the age of

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