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Millennium Stage Online Performance Archive: November 2003

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[November 30, 2003]

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Michael Thomas Quintet celebrates the release of it second recording “The Awakening” with jazz that soulfully blends hard-bob and blues styles.

Featured Artist(s): Michael Thomas Quartet

[November 29, 2003]

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Splendor of Cambodia, a program of traditional and contemporary Cambodian music and dance to mark the late-autumn “Water Festival.”
Presented in cooperation with United Cambodian American Resources for Enrichment.

Featured Artist(s): Splendor of Cambodia

[November 28, 2003]

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The Khanci Dos Budapest Band, of Hungary, celebrates the Romani traditions that extend from Russia to Greece through dance and song. They are featured in the Washington Revels production of the Christmas Revels 2003 - Roads of the Roma.

Featured Artist(s): The Khanci Dos Budapest Band

[November 27, 2003]

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Seth Kibel Quartet plays original acoustic jazz led by Baltimore saxophonist and klezmer artist Seth Kibel.

Featured Artist(s): Seth Kibel Quartet

[November 26, 2003]

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Randy Barrett and the Barretones perform original folk, bluegrass, and country, lead by Randy Barrett, award-winning singer, songwriter, and master of guitar and banjo.

Featured Artist(s): Randy Barrett and the Barretones

[November 25, 2003]

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Michael Sheppard, classical pianist from Philadelphia, has recently returned from a Department of State-sponsored tour of Sri Lanka, Bahrain and Syria.

Featured Artist(s): Michael Sheppard

[November 24, 2003]

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Writer’s Night: Amy Carol Webb, an Oklahoman of Native American heritage, writes and sings in styles ranging from country to torch. amycarolwebb.com
Followed by Caldwell Gray, guitarist and singer of Cravin’ Dogs, in a solo acoustic set.

Featured Artist(s): Amy Carol Webb

[November 23, 2003]

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The Dick Morgan Quartet returns to the Millennium Stage, led by gifted jazz pianist Dick Morgan.

Featured Artist(s): Dick Morgan

[November 22, 2003]

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Broto Roy Sextet performs original music that blends 5,000 year-old Indian ragas with modern jazz, led by composer and tabla master Broto Roy.

Featured Artist(s): Broto Roy Ensemble

[November 21, 2003]

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NSO Youth Fellows, participants in a twenty-three year-old program that gives high-school aged musicians the opportunity to study and take master-classes with National Symphony Orchestra members, will perform a variety of classical works.

Featured Artist(s): NSO Youth Fellows

[November 20, 2003]

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Dongnae Yaryu, a traditional Korean masquerade play that fuses dance, words, and stylized movement into a fully developed drama, is performed by a troupe from Pusan, South Korea.
Presented in cooperation with The Korea Society.

Featured Artist(s): Dongnae Yaryu

[November 19, 2003]

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A Preview of Opera House Renovations with excerpts from Leonard Bernstein’s MASS, featuring soprano Harolyn Blackwell, and Douglas Webster, and students and faculty of the Catholic University Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Murry Sidlin. Also: Dancer Homer Avila and excerpts from the Deaf West production of Big River, with the Mark Taper Forum and Roundabout Theater. Presented in partnership with VSA arts, an international non-profit organization that is creating a society where people with disabilities can learn through, participate in, and enjoy the arts.


Featured Artist(s): Murry Sidlin

[November 18, 2003]

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Members of The Washington Opera's Domingo - Cafritz Young Artist Program perform selected opera ensembles.

Featured Artist(s): Washington National Opera Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program

[November 17, 2003]

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Peter Siegel, singer and instrumentalist, performs an eclectic array of political songs, fiddle tunes, blues, country, swing, and hip-hop.

Featured Artist(s): Peter Siegel

[November 16, 2003]

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Hubbard Street 2 is a company of six talented young dancers and choreographers who perform new works under the umbrella of Hubbard Street Dance Company.

Featured Artist(s): Hubbard Street 2

[November 14, 2003]

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Blue Rhythm Boys with special guest Phil Wiggins deliver an acoustic mix of jazz, swing and blues featuring harmonica master Phil Wiggins.

Featured Artist(s): Blue Rhythm Boys

[November 13, 2003]

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Guitarists, Young & Rollins draw on blues, salsa, bossa nova, samba, flamenco, classical, and Latin jazz to create genre-breaking original music with a Latin rhythm section.

Featured Artist(s): Young & Rollins

[November 12, 2003]

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The Washington Opera Insight Lecture Series offers musical illustrations and excerpts from Wagner’s Die Walküre, the second part of the epic Ring cycle, in which the desires of mortals, giants, heroes, and gods collide to disastrous ends.

Featured Artist(s): Washington National Opera Insights

[November 12, 2003]

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Homegrown: Music of America—Chuna McIntyre and the Nunamta Yup’ik singers and dancers perform stories, songs, and dances from Eskimo culture, presented by folklorist Suzi Jones.



Featured Artist(s): Chuna McIntyre

[November 11, 2003]

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Nejla Yatkin, Berlin-born dancer and choreographer, brings a group of Washington D.C.-area dancers and jazz musicians together for her multi-media work, Mosaic.

Featured Artist(s): Nejla Yatkin

[November 10, 2003]

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Trio Globo, comprised of Eugene Friesen (cello), Howard Levy (piano and harmonica), and Glen Velez (percussion), joins the Carpe Diem choir, soprano soloist Sabrina Coleman Clark, and dancers Sduduzo Ka-Mbili (South Africa) and Sudha Bhagwat (India) for a performance of choral music and contemporary acoustic jazz.

Featured Artist(s): Carpe Diem Choir

[November 9, 2003]

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Thomas Rosenkranz, pianist, performs Liszt, Messiaen, Scriabin, and others after his recent Department of State and American Embassy-sponsored tour to Lebanon and Tunisia.

Featured Artist(s): Thomas Rosenkranz

[November 8, 2003]

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Writers’ Night: Juliet Wyers delivers acoustic pop that winds science and spirit together; followed by The Lascivious Biddies, an “all-girl” quartet that blurs the line between jazz, pop, and cabaret styles.

Featured Artist(s): The Lascivious Biddies

[November 7, 2003]

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Ndere Troupe uses music and dance to illustrate the culture of their native Uganda, “the Pearl of Africa.”
Presented in cooperation with the Embassy of the Republic of Uganda.

Featured Artist(s): Ndere Troupe

[November 5, 2003]

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Pete BarenBregge Quartet, jazz led by saxophonist and former leader of the “Airmen of Note” who shared the stage with President Clinton at the White House.

Featured Artist(s): Peter BarenBregge

[November 4, 2003]

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Tony Martucci Quintet delivers contemporary jazz led by Martucci, known for his interpretive drumming style and understanding of jazz traditions.

Featured Artist(s): Tony Martucci

[November 3, 2003]

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Joji Hattori, Japanese-born conductor and violinist, plays violin works by Schubert and Kreisler with pianist Florian Uhlig.
Presented in cooperation with the Lorin Maazel Theater.

Featured Artist(s): Joji Hattori

[November 2, 2003]

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Jeff Ball plays the ancient Native American courting flute and leads a five-person band to blend spiritual melodies with contemporary influences.

Featured Artist(s): Jeff Ball

[November 1, 2003]

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KanKouran, founded in Washington D.C. twenty years ago by Senegalese artists Assane Konte and Abdou Kounta, performs traditional West African drumming and dance.
Presented in conjunction with the 8th Annual Multicultural Children’s Book Festival

Featured Artist(s): KanKouran

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