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From New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall, this week’s program features talented performers aged 13–18, including a flutist from Kentucky performing from George Enesco’s Cantabile et Presto and a chamber ensemble from the Juilliard School’s Pre-College Division playing the first movement of Beethoven’s “Ghost” Trio. Also, the youngest performer on today’s program introduces us to her very grumpy best friend.
Performers and Repertoire:
Saxophonist Jessica Lawrence, 17, from Wellesley, MA, performs Scaramouche, 3rd mvt. by Darius Milhaud
Violinist Madalyn Parnas, 13, from Stephentown, NY, performs Declaration by Norman Lloyd
Flutist Christopher Matthews, 18, from Burlington, KY, performs Presto from Cantabile et Presto by George Enesco
Pianist Christopher O’Riley performs “Stupidity Tries” by Elliott Smith, arranged by O’Riley
Trio Fantasma (violinist Kensho Watanabe, 16, from Greenwich, CT; cellist Lillia Keyes, 17, from Poughkeepsie, NY; and pianist Cynthia Tobey, 17, from Rhinebeck, NY) performs Ghost Trio, 1st mvt. by Ludwig van Beethoven
Bassoonist Harrison Hollingsworth, 17, from Kingwood, TX, performs Sonatina for Bassoon and Piano, 1st mvt. by Aleksander Tansman
Trio Fantasma performs Miniature Viennese March by Fritz Kreisler (closing of program)
Monday, April 12, 2004
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