Cambridge, MA / 5
From Sanders Theatre at Harvard University, this week’s show features five outstanding performers, including a 12-year-old pianist from New Jersey performing Schumann’s Papillon, a trio from the Walnut Hill School in Massachusetts performing the first movement of Beethoven’s “Ghost Trio”, and a 16-year-old cellist from Wisconsin with an arrangement of two moving Negro Spirituals.
Performers and repertoire:
Flutist Emily Thomas, 14, from Huntsville, AL, performs Concerto in D Major, 1st mvt. by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Pianist Pauline Yang, 12, from East Brunswick, NJ performs Papillons by Robert Schumann
Cellist Jared Snyder, 16, from Elm Grove, WI, performs traditional spirituals “Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen” & “Everytime I Feel the Spirit”
Violinist Annie Wolaver, 16, from New Milford, CT, performs Concerto No. 1 in D, 1st mvt. by Niccolò Paganini
The Ambrosia Trio (violinist Ashley Burgess Liberty, 17; cellist Tao Ni, 15; and pianist Hong Chun Youn, 16) from the Walnut Hill School in Natick, MA, perform Piano Trio No. 1 in D Major, Op. 70, 1st mvt. (“Ghost Trio”) by Ludwig van Beethoven
Monday, January 3, 2000
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