Show 093 | Cincinnati, Ohio

Recorded: Tuesday, November 11, 2003

Cincinnati’s famed Music Hall is the setting for this celebration of the lively music scene on the banks of the Ohio River. Performers aged 11 through 18 are featured, including a 15-year-old violinist playing Gershwin and a 17-year-old guitarist playing Bach. Cincinnati’s own Starling Chamber Orchestra performs Ludwig Maurer's Symphonia Concertante with four young soloists, and Roving Reporter Hayley Goldbach invents a new and highly questionable game.

Performers and Repertoire:

Violinist Jinjoo Cho, 15, from Cleveland, OH, performs Preludes by George Gershwin

Pianist Cameron Logan, 17, from North Bend, OH, performs Etude No. 12 in D-sharp Minor by Alexander Scriabin

The Starling Chamber Orchestra (with solo violinists Su Yeon Lee, 14; Tessa Lark, 14; Charles Yang, 15; and Jonathan Miron, 11) from Cincinnati, OH, performs Symphonia Concertante by Ludwig Maurer

Pianist Christopher O'Riley performs "Nice Dream" by Radiohead, arranged by O'Riley

Guitarist Jeremy Collins, 16, from Cincinnati, OH, performs Prelude from Cello Suite No. 1 by Johann Sebastian Bach

The Well-Tempered Pans Steel Drum Band, 15–18, from Cincinnati, OH, performs the Rondo from "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

The Well-Tempered Pans performs Invitation to Trinidad by Bruce Weil (closing of program)