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Millennium Stage Online Performance Archive: January 2007

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[January 31, 2007]

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Partners Laura Schandelmeir and Stephen Clapp present The Dragons Project: Power Play, a movement-based fairy tale acknowledging the dragons in our midst as well as those we hold within.

Featured Artist(s): Stephen Clapp

[January 30, 2007]

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This band adds unbridled humor and spirited tales to its personal brand of Western music.

Featured Artist(s): Cowboy Envy

[January 29, 2007]

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Trio Moskva, founded in the U.S. by three young Russian-born musicians, combines the talents of internationally acclaimed pianist Anna Ouspenskaya, violinist David Chernyavsky, and cellist Igor Zubkovsky.

Featured Artist(s): Capital Piano Trio

[January 28, 2007]

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This award-winning classical guitarist from Havana, Cuba has studied at the Peabody Conservatory, recorded four albums, and regularly tours Europe and North and South America.

Featured Artist(s): Ernesto Tamayo

[January 27, 2007]

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The Classic Ko Ensemble, led by pianist Priscilla Ko, performs classical repertoire.

Featured Artist(s): The Classic Ko Ensemble

[January 26, 2007]

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Arlington-based guitarist and singer Justin Trawick incorporates multiple genres while still maintaining his distinctive sound. He performs with a number of artists ranging from hip-hop to bluegrass.

Featured Artist(s): Justin Trawick

[January 25, 2007]

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This D.C.-based singer/songwriter blends folk, indie rock, and Brit pop, as heard on his CD Quiet State of Panic.

Featured Artist(s): Paul Michel

[January 24, 2007]

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Indigenous Spanish music from Castilla is enlivened on traditional and modern instruments including the hurdy-gurdy, bagpipe, accordion, flute, tambourine, doumbek, frame drums, and laud.

Featured Artist(s): La Musgaña

[January 23, 2007]

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A Portuguese singer/songwriter of Cape Verde descent, Tavares incorporates African rhythms and music with gospel, funk, and soul.

Featured Artist(s): Sara Tavares

[January 22, 2007]

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This Israeli band, complete with dueling guitars, tuba, and drums, performs its signature mixture of rock with flavors of Balkan, Greek, Klezmer, Arab, and Mediterranean music.

Featured Artist(s): Boom Pam

[January 21, 2007]

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Based in Holland, this acoustic ensemble plays Yiddish and Klezmer songs accented by the rhythms and sounds of gypsy jazz and Eastern European folk music.

Featured Artist(s): Nikitov

[January 20, 2007]

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These multi-instrumentalists, specializing in traditional Cajun music with a modern twist, delight audiences with dance hall standards and songs of past masters.

Featured Artist(s): Pine Leaf Boys

[January 19, 2007]

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Saxophonist/flutist/clarinetist Chris Vadala, a former member of the Chuck Mangione Quartet and currently director of Jazz Studies at the University of Maryland, leads this new ensemble.

Featured Artist(s): Chris Vadala

[January 18, 2007]

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High school musicians studying with the NSO perform a variety of classical works.

Featured Artist(s): NSO Youth Fellows

[January 17, 2007]

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Baltimorean bassist Tommy Cecil returns with his jazz quartet.

Featured Artist(s): Tommy Cecil

[January 16, 2007]

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Lute player Bass and mezzo-soprano Hollinshead explore the richness of the music from the plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries in “Songs from Shakespeare’s Troupe.” Part of Shakespeare in Washington

Featured Artist(s): Barbara Hollinshead

[January 15, 2007]

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The Kennedy Center and Georgetown University host a musical celebration, featuring Brian McKnight with the Let Freedom Ring Choir, as part of the University’s fifth annual “Let Freedom Ring” initiative celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
** This show was not recorded and is not available for viewing** A DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. CELEBRATION IN THE CONCERT HALL

Featured Artist(s): Let Freedom Ring Choir

[January 14, 2007]

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A singer, songwriter, and activist, Flynn has shared the stage with Kris Kristofferson, Jack Elliot, Arlo Guthrie, and Willie Nelson.

Featured Artist(s): John Flynn

[January 13, 2007]

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Abadey, a 15-year-old drummer, composer, and Artist-in-Residence at Strathmore, leads his band in straight-ahead jazz standards and original selections.

Featured Artist(s): Kush Abadey

[January 12, 2007]

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Acclaimed banjo innovator Tony Trischka marks his return to acoustic bluegrass by exploring the avenue of full-band, two-banjo bluegrass with fellow five-stringers.

Featured Artist(s): Tony Trischka

[January 11, 2007]

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Led by San Francisco–based vocalist Day, this quartet performs its interpretation of music from different eras—playing everything from Gershwin and Chet Baker to Ben Folds and Björk.

Featured Artist(s): The Spencer Day Quartet

[January 10, 2007]

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This Liberian-born soprano performs her diverse program of art songs and arias from the standard repertoire, and by West African and young American composers.

Featured Artist(s): Dawn Padmore

[January 9, 2007]

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Award-winning guitarists and mandolin players play bluegrass standards, folk gems, Celtic tunes, and finger-style blues.

Featured Artist(s): Orrin Star

[January 8, 2007]

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The Marty Nau Quartet, led by jazz saxophonist Nau, has recorded three CDs of original tunes and jazz standards.

Featured Artist(s): Marty Nau

[January 7, 2007]

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This local choir performs a variety of musical styles including spirituals, gospel, jazz, folk, musical theater, and classical music.

Featured Artist(s): Urban Nation H.I.P.-H.O.P. Choir

[January 6, 2007]

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To launch the Shakespeare in Washington festival, Shakespeare Theatre Company Artistic Director Michael Kahn and Associate Director David Muse direct a staged reading of Twelfth Night, featuring a cast of D.C. favorites on the holiday’s traditional date of observance. Note: There will not be a live webcast of this event. Part of Shakespeare in Washington – IN THE CONCERT HALL

Featured Artist(s): Shakespeare Theatre Company

[January 5, 2007]

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The Michael Thomas Quartet, led by trumpeter Thomas, delights audiences with its swinging hard-bop style and soulful blues.

Featured Artist(s): Michael Thomas Quartet

[January 4, 2007]

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Members perform Beethoven’s Third Violin Sonata and Prokofiev's Second Violin Sonata.

Featured Artist(s): The Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra

[January 3, 2007]

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The Coda Ensemble presents an exciting program of string chamber music featuring works by George Gershwin, Cole Porter, and other classic favorites of the Great American Songbook.

Featured Artist(s): The Coda Ensemble

[January 2, 2007]

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Prize-winning organist and recitalist Julie Vidrick Evans, who has served as Conductor-in-Residence at American University, performs on the Center’s beautiful Filene organ. IN THE CONCERT HALL

Featured Artist(s): Julie Vidrick Evans

[January 1, 2007]

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These rockabilly enthusiasts have audiences dancing in the aisles to the songs of Hank Williams, Web Pierce, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Elvis Presley.

Featured Artist(s): Blair Carman and the Bellview Boys

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