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This week, in a program celebrating Mozart’s 250th birthday, you’ll hear outstanding musicians play his music, including a 17-year-old from New Orleans performing a movement of the Clarinet Concerto and a 12-year-old from Minnesota performing a movement of the Piano Sonata, K. 332. Also, a Mozart expert weighs in on what the great composer might be like if he were a teenager today, and you’ll meet a talented 13-year-old who composes in the classical style.
Performers and Repertoire:
Clarinetist Jonathan Cohen, 17, from Evanston, IL, performs the Clarinet Concerto in A major, K.622, I. Allegro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Pianist Leeza Ali, 12, from Mendota Heights, MN, performs the Sonata in F major, K.332, III. Allegro assai by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Violist and Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Kallie Ciechomski, 17, from Portland, ME, performs the Sonata, Op.5, No.3, III. Rondo con moto by Johann Hummel
Violinists Adam Chin, 15, from Boxford, MA and Calvin Kuo, 16, from Newton, MA, perform Duet No.1 in C Major for Two Violins, III. Rondo: Allegro di molto by composer Jeremiah Klarman, 13, from Brookline, MA
Jonathan Cohen, Kallie Ciechomski, and Christopher O’Riley perform Clarinet Trio in E-flat major, K.498, “Kegelstatt”, III. Rondo: Allegretto
Performers & Repertoire
Sonata, Op.5, No.3, III. Rondo con moto by Johann Hummel
Clarinet Trio in E-flat major, K.498, "Kegelstatt", III. Rondo: Allegretto
Monday, November 20, 2006
Monday, May 1, 2006
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