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Millennium Stage Online Performance Archive: October 2001

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[October 31, 2001]

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The U.S. Army Chorale presents Choraloween.

Featured Artist(s): The U.S. Army Chorale presents Choraloween

[October 30, 2001]

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Australia's David Chesworth Ensemble performs repertoire including the works of contemporary composers such as Louis Andriessen, Gavin Bryars, Fred Rzewski, and Carol Orff.

Featured Artist(s): David Chesworth

[October 29, 2001]

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Edwin Ortiz y Su Orquesta La Romana performs their unique brand of hard-hitting salsa.

Featured Artist(s): Edwin Ortiz y Su Orquesta La Romana

[October 28, 2001]

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Violinist Judith Steinmayer and her quartet present an array of classical works.

Featured Artist(s): Judith Steinmeyer

[October 26, 2001]

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The Goldner String Quartet of New South Wales, Australia has received particular critical acclaim for its performances of Beethoven and 20th century music.

Featured Artist(s): Goldner String Quartet of New South Wales, Australia

[October 25, 2001]

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Steve Strunk plays various compositions on piano.

Featured Artist(s): Steve Strunk

[October 24, 2001]

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Hawaiian performers George Kuo, Martin Pahinui, Danny Akaka Jr., Alan Akaka, and Greg Sardinha celebrate the history of Hawaiian musical traditions. Presented in collaboration with the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.

Featured Artist(s): Greg Sardinha

[October 23, 2001]

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Hawaiian performers George Kuo, Martin Pahinui, Danny Akaka Jr., Alan Akaka, and Greg Sardinha celebrate the history of Hawaiian musical traditions. Presented in collaboration with the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.

Featured Artist(s): Danny Akaka Jr.

[October 22, 2001]

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Hawaiian performers George Kuo, Martin Pahinui, Danny Akaka Jr., Alan Akaka, and Greg Sardinha celebrate the history of Hawaiian musical traditions. Presented in collaboration with the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.

Featured Artist(s): Greg Sardinha

[October 21, 2001]

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Fabrizio Soprano performs various compositions.

Featured Artist(s): Ravello Festival Trio

[October 20, 2001]

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Teatro de Danza Contemporanea de El Salvador presents richly nuanced works "with compelling simplicity and freshness" (The New York Times).

Featured Artist(s): Teatro de Danza Contemporanea de El Salvador

[October 19, 2001]

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Classical pianist Daniel Martyn Lewis, an award-winning Australian performer, is a master of the music of Bach; his repertoire includes many original arrangements and transcriptions that have thrilled audiences in his native land, England, and the U.S.

Featured Artist(s): Daniel Martyn Lewis

[October 18, 2001]

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Members of the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra join forces to present an evening of superior classical chamber music.

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

[October 17, 2001]

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Award-winning guitarists/singer-songwriters John McVey and Terri Allard blend folk, country, and acoustic pop. WRITERS NIGHT

Featured Artist(s): John McVey

[October 16, 2001]

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Ballet Folklorico Cutumba of Cuba performs energetic and athletic Afro-Cuban folkloric and Cuban traditional dance, music, and song ranging from African Gagß to traditional Cuban son.

Featured Artist(s): Ballet Folklorico Cutumba of Cuba

[October 15, 2001]

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The award-winning a cappella quartet, DaVinci's Notebook, takes four-part harmony and stands it on its ear. MARK TWAIN PRIZE CELEBRATION OF AMERICAN HUMOR

Featured Artist(s): DaVinci's Notebook

[October 14, 2001]

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Stephen Lynch serves up side-splitting original songs on his trusty guitar. MARK TWAIN PRIZE CELEBRATION OF AMERICAN HUMOR

Featured Artist(s): Stephen Lynch

[October 13, 2001]

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Currently on its way to represent Israel in the Opening Ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, the Efroni Choir presents traditional Israeli music. The choir is joined by the Israeli jazz trio Massa U'Mattan.

Featured Artist(s): Massa U'Mattan

[October 12, 2001]

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Never dull, always genuine and pleasantly surprising, Sister's Trousers Dance Company performances satisfy seasoned dance audiences and dance novices alike.

Featured Artist(s): Sister's Trousers Dance Company

[October 11, 2001]

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The Mike Maher Quintet presents an interesting and eclectic mix of jazz styles.

Featured Artist(s): Mike Maher

[October 10, 2001]

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Hailing from Siberia, Yat-Kha is not your average rock band, but a mix of Tuvan traditional throat singing with western rock electricity.

Featured Artist(s): Yat-Kha

[October 9, 2001]

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Members of the Classical Brass have shared their own brand of exciting brass chamber music with audiences around the world.

Featured Artist(s): The Classical Brass

[October 8, 2001]

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Jamey Nygren, Eric Bell, Aaron Burklund, and Ed Bell are known collectively as Sibling Rivalry, and known nationally as one of the best barbershop quartets around. NEBRASKA STATE DAY

Featured Artist(s): Sibling Rivalry

[October 7, 2001]

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The Webb Grant Jazz Quintet performs original compositions and jazz standards.

Featured Artist(s): The Webb Grant Jazz Quartet

[October 6, 2001]

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A versatile and accomplished jazz and symphonic percussionist, Tom Teasley has been described by The Washington Post as a "percussionist in the widest and most exuberant sense of the word."

Featured Artist(s): Tom Teasley

[October 4, 2001]

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One of the most sought-after bands on the international Irish music scene, Lunasa uses melodic interweaving of wind and string instruments, pairing flutes, fiddle, whistle, and pipes in breathtaking arrangements.

Featured Artist(s): Lunasa

[October 3, 2001]

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Guitarist Dave Carter and violinist Tracy Grammer call their music "all-original, postmodern, mythic American."

Featured Artist(s): Tracy Grammer

[October 2, 2001]

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The award-winning Motor City Brass Band is a modern American brass band in the British tradition. The band features virtually every style of music from Shostakovich to Setzer, from Copland to Motown. MICHIGAN STATE DAY

Featured Artist(s): Motor City Brass Band

[October 1, 2001]

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Equation, a prominent group on the UK folk and acoustic music scene, weds folk, blues, and jazz with a mainstream sensibility.

Featured Artist(s): Equation

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