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Millennium Stage Online Performance Archive: March 2001

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[March 31, 2001]

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Performing two pieces, Heian and the new work Bamboo Forest, the New York-based Saeko Ichinohe Dance Company summons the serenity and beauty of Japanese culture and surroundings. All Arts of Japan performances are made possible through the support of the Japan Endowment of the International Performing Arts Fund of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

Featured Artist(s): Saeko Ichinohe Dance Company

[March 30, 2001]

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Composer and trumpeter Graham Breedlove performs jazz standards with his sextet.

Featured Artist(s): Graham Breedlove

[March 29, 2001]

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The Walt Whitman High School Chamber Singers, winners of the WGMS 103.5 Young Artists in the Community Competition, perform choral works.

Featured Artist(s): The Walt Whitman High School Chamber Singers

[March 28, 2001]

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Canadian singer Jessie Ross started performing at age 12 and continues to amaze audiences.

Featured Artist(s): Jessie Ross

[March 28, 2001]

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Alto saxophonist Alex Han may only be 12 years old, but he has already been featured as a guest artist with Grammy Award winner Pacquito D'Rivera at a "Jazz at Lincoln Center" concert.

Featured Artist(s): Alex Han

[March 27, 2001]

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A 1999 Grammy Nominee for "Best Contemporary Jazz Performance of the Year," horn dynamo Russell Gunn and Ethnomusicology inventively combine jazz, blues, and funk.

Featured Artist(s): Russell Gunn

[March 26, 2001]

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Singer/guitarist Dave Van Ronk is a cabaret performer and folk revivalist with a repertoire of over three hundred songs.

Featured Artist(s): Dave Van Ronk

[March 25, 2001]

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A master of the Shakuhachi, the traditional bamboo flute of Japan, Daniel Nyohaku Soergel has performed both solo and with many of the top Japanese musicians in the New York metropolitan area. All Arts of Japan performances are made possible through the support of the Japan Endowment of the International Performing Arts Fund of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

Featured Artist(s): Daniel Nyochaku Soergel

[March 24, 2001]

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The Shahriar Saleh Ensemble performs the works of Persian music masters.

Featured Artist(s): Shahriar Saleh

[March 23, 2001]

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Students from the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts in Los Angeles, California, perform as Kennedy Center Arts and Education Network Creative Ticket National School of Distinction Award Winners for the 1999-2000 School Year.

Featured Artist(s): Los Angeles County High School for the Arts

[March 22, 2001]

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The J.H. Blake High School String Quartet, winner of the WGMS 103.5 Young Artists in the Community Competition, performs classical works.

Featured Artist(s): The J.H. Blake High School String Quartet

[March 21, 2001]

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The world-renowned Sharon Shannon Band plays traditional Irish music with a contemporary freshness.

Featured Artist(s): Sharon Shannon

[March 20, 2001]

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Students from Timberview Middle School of Colorado Springs, Colorado, perform as Kennedy Center Arts and Education Network Creative Ticket National School of Distinction Award Winners for the 1999-2000 School Year.

Featured Artist(s): Timberview Middle School

[March 19, 2001]

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Cellist Carl Donakowski performs classical works.

Featured Artist(s): Carl Donakowski

[March 18, 2001]

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The University of Virginia Hullabahoos and the Baker's Dozen of Yale University team up for an evening of outstanding a cappella.

Featured Artist(s): The University of Virginia Hullabahoos

[March 17, 2001]

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In a special St. Patrick's Day celebration, Grammy Award-winning guitarist Zan McLeod teams up with storyteller Batt Burns and his haunting accounts of ghosts, great adventures, and heroic tales.

Featured Artist(s): Batt Burns

[March 16, 2001]

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Guitarist Zan McLeod, accordionist Billy McComiskey, and step dancer Annie Hurley come together for an evening of traditional Irish music.

Featured Artist(s): Zan McLeod

[March 15, 2001]

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Solo pianist Ron Kramer delves into his diverse repertoire of show tunes, jazz, and popular classics.

Featured Artist(s): Ron Kramer

[March 14, 2001]

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The Concert Choir of the University of Wisconsin-Madison represents some of Wisconsin's finest musical talent.

Featured Artist(s): The Concert Choir of the University of Wisconsin-Madison

[March 13, 2001]

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Jennifer Armstrong is a poet, essayist, and musical storyteller who draws from a lifetime of stories, songs and tunes.

Featured Artist(s): Jennifer Armstrong

[March 12, 2001]

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Mountains and motorcyclesùas well as insight, hope and humorùare among the ingredients found in the songs of singer/songwriter Peter Mayer.

Featured Artist(s): Peter Mayer

[March 11, 2001]

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The dancers and musicians of Munojot celebrate the traditions of Uzbekistan.

Featured Artist(s): Munojot

[March 10, 2001]

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Carol McDavit is a lyric soprano much in demand as both a soloist with major symphony orchestras and a recitalist.

Featured Artist(s): Carol McDavit

[March 9, 2001]

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The Tony Trischka Band has been described as creative and adventurous, and is guaranteed to keep listeners on the edge of their seats.

Featured Artist(s): Tony Trischka

[March 8, 2001]

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The repertoire of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Symphony Orchestra ranges from the symphonies of Mahler and Bruckner to contemporary American works.

Featured Artist(s): University of North Carolina: Greensboro Symphony Orchestra

[March 7, 2001]

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Washington-area musicians pay tribute to Marvin Gaye in celebration of the 30th anniversary of his landmark recording, What's Goin' On. Marvin Gaye Tribute

Featured Artist(s): What's Goin' On: Tribute to Marvin Gaye

[March 6, 2001]

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The Senior Honors Jazz Ensemble of the Montgomery County Public Schools has performed with jazz musicians Chris Vadala, Stanley Turrentine, Bob Mintzer, Arturo Sandoval, Terrell Stafford, Bobby McFerrin, and others.

Featured Artist(s): Montgomery Co. Public Schools Senior Honors Jazz Ensemble

[March 5, 2001]

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The artistic endeavors of the Colorado Springs Youth Symphony Orchestra have been hailed throughout the U.S. as well as in Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and the Czech Republic.

Featured Artist(s): The Colorado Springs Youth Symphony Orchestra

[March 4, 2001]

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Singer/songwriter Donal Leace mixes soul, pop and jazz with a dash of humor, and has been a fixture in the D.C. folk community for over 30 years.

Featured Artist(s): Donal Leace

[March 3, 2001]

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Jazz saxophonist Steve Carrington has played with many of the jazz greats: Charles Mingus, Roy Hargrove, Milt Hinton, Dizzy Gillespie, and a host of others.

Featured Artist(s): Steve Carrington

[March 2, 2001]

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Rumbafrica's performances incorporate the sweet vocal harmonies and lilting dance rhythms of classic Congolese rumba, as well as the non-stop beat of modern soukous.

Featured Artist(s): Rumbafrica

[March 1, 2001]

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Mya closes out the celebration with a sassy and soulful performance. The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage 4th Anniversary Birthday Celebration

Featured Artist(s): Mya

[March 1, 2001]

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Urban Tap opens the celebration with free style tap and international beats. The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage 4th Anniversary Birthday Celebration

Featured Artist(s): Urban Tap

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