Students of Elizabeth Cunha perform in this studio recital.
While waiting out a storm in an Amtrak train station, a disheveled Traveler shares the story of his three-year journey as the traveling companion of Miss Isabella Rainsong – a captivatingly beautiful black guitar. Miss Isabella Rainsong and Her Traveling Companion is filled with stories and songs born out of the shared experiences of
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 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
Ken Giles Studio Recital
Students of Jennifer Murray perform in a studio recital
Main Street Chamber Players The Main Street Chamber Players is a “flexible” chamber ensemble whose collective experience spans more than 20 years and is comprised of members of MSMS and collaborative artist Harold Levin, violist, as well as various guest artists. Concerts presented by MSCP have included performances at Ravensworth Baptist Church, Lord of Life
Members of Inscape Chamber Orchestra perform Brahms, Bliss and the US premiere of James D’Angelo’s “The Scherzo of Fools” FREE Founded in 2004 by Artistic Director Richard Scerbo, INSCAPE Chamber Orchestra is pushing the boundaries of classical music in riveting performances that reach across genres and generations, and transcend the confines of the traditional classical concert
In this presentation, David Howard will talk about how his style of teaching developed to combine Suzuki Method ideals with other methods as he thoughtfully tailors his approach to each student. Studio Teacher Meeting with David Howard, retired National Symphony Orchestra Cellist. “Evolving Teaching and Intuiting Needs of the Individual Student; Blending Suzuki Philosophy with
Acclaimed British pianist Martin Jones brings the 4th installment of his American Piano Music Series to Washington, DC. This excellent program includes music by Ingrid Arauco (Pennsylvania), Kent Holiday (Virginia), Timothy Melbinger (Pennsylvania), and Jonathan Newmark (Virginia), in addition to more familiar music from the repertoire. RSVP required here.