Radio Taping in Boston, Massachusetts

Sun, October 5, 2:00pm - 3:30pm
New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall

From the Top tapes its NPR show at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall in Boston, Massachusetts.

Tickets are now available!

Single tickets start at $27. Senior and student discounts available.

Special season packages are now on sale for a limited time. Prices start at $79 with student and senior discounts available. Get one ticket to each Jordan Hall show (October 5, 2014, and February 7, 2015), plus special merchandise, and an invitation to an exclusive behind-the-scenes experience.

For other questions, please contact Elizabeth Erenberg, Marketing & Communications Manager for Greater Boston at 617.437.0707 x128 or email

13-year-old violinist Masha Lakisova from Vernon Hills, Illinois, (Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist) performing the first movement, Mit leidenschaftlichem Ausdruck, from the Violin Sonata No. 1 in A minor, Op. 105 by Robert Schumann, with Christopher O'Riley, piano.

18-year-old flutist Elizabeth Sperry from Chelmsford, Massachusetts, performing the fourth movement, Allegro con brio, from the Flute Sonata No. 2 in D major, Op. 94, by Sergei Prokofiev, with Christopher O'Riley, piano.

18-year-old horn player Ray Seong Jin Han, currently living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, performing Rêverie by Alexander Glazunov, with Christopher O'Riley, piano.

17-year-old pianist Yun Chih Hsu from New York, New York, performing Feux d'Artifice (Fireworks) from Préludes, Book II by Claude Debussy.

The Gail W. Snitzer Advanced Study String Quartet from the Settlement Music School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, performing Introduction and Finale-Allegro vivace from the String Quartet No.1, Op.7 by Béla Bartók.     
Beatrice Hsieh, violin, age 18 from North Wales, Pennsylvania     
Carolyn Semes, violin, age 17 from Broomall, Pennsylvania     
Joseph Burke, viola, age 18 from Kendall Park, New Jersey     
Zachary Mowitz, cello, age 18 from Princeton, New Jersey

Finale: Yun Chih Hsu, piano, performing V. "The Chase" from Out of Doors Sz. 81, by Béla Bartók.