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Millennium Stage Online Performance Archive: March 2004

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[March 31, 2004]

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Laura Schandelmeier, choreographer, performer, teacher, and administrator, creates solo and company works that draw from physical, thematic, and structural experimentations.

Featured Artist(s): Laura Schandelmeier

[March 30, 2004]

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Acoustic Eidolon, with cellist Hannah Alkire and guitarist/banjoist Joe Scott, was formed in 1998 and continues to offer contemporary instrumental music and warm melodies.

Featured Artist(s): Acoustic Eidolon

[March 29, 2004]

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Performance Plus™ Introduction to Latin Dance: Learn the salsa, merengue, cumbia, and tango with international Latin ballroom dance champions “Gonzalo” and Dalene Erickson.

Featured Artist(s): Gonzalo and Dalene Zambrana

[March 28, 2004]

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Yasuji Ohagi, acclaimed classical guitarist, has been dubbed a “new painter of sound in the guitar music world” at only 21 years of age.
This performance will take place in the Terrace Theater.
No tickets required (limited capacity)




Featured Artist(s): Yasuji Ohagi

[March 27, 2004]

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The Tamagusuku Ryu/Maekawa Michiko School of Okinawa, Japan presents dances of Okinawa, including the elegant and classical (kajadifu), lively folk (kanayo amaka), dynamic martial arts (bu no mai) and dumi udui drama (manzai tekiuchi).



Featured Artist(s): Tamagusuku Ryu/Maekawa Michiko School

[March 26, 2004]

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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

[March 25, 2004]

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An Evening of Cultural Performances by Fulbright Scholars. Presented in cooperation with the Council for International Exchange of Scholars.

Featured Artist(s): Joko Susilo

[March 24, 2004]

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Singer/songwriter David Mallett, whose songs have been recorded by Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss, Pete Seeger, and John Denver, sings of rural landscapes and small towns.

Featured Artist(s): David Mallett

[March 23, 2004]

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The Classical Academy presents “Artworks Alive” in which students bring paintings to life through song, dance, and movement. This program will be followed by students from D.C.’s Duke Ellington School of the Arts. Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education Network - “National School of Distinction” Winner

Featured Artist(s): The Classical Academy

[March 22, 2004]

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Soprano Lisa Shaw and pianist Patrick O’Donnell perform a captivating cabaret program featuring music from Sondheim, Coleman, Bernstein, and more.

Featured Artist(s): Lisa Shaw

[March 21, 2004]

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Nava Ensemble, led by Iranian-born Shahriar Saleh (santur/violin/zarb/guitar/voice), brings music of the Persian masters to world audiences.

Featured Artist(s): Nava Ensemble

[March 20, 2004]

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NSO Prelude: Members of the National Symphony Orchestra perform.

Featured Artist(s): National Symphony Orchestra Prelude

[March 19, 2004]

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Les éjectés, founded in Limoges in 1988, encourages audiences to dance along to its energetic performances of reggae, ragga, ska, and rock.

Showcase of French Regions:

Featured Artist(s): Les éjectés

[March 18, 2004]

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Triple Grammy-nominated Plena Libre has taken the plena, a narrative song that details the pains and ironies of the Puerto Rican people, and injected it with sizzling contemporary dance floor arrangements, salsa and other Caribbean rhythms.

Featured Artist(s): Plena Libre

[March 17, 2004]

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

Featured Artist(s): Zan McLeod

[March 16, 2004]

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The Suzuki Tour Group of the Carolinas, composed of musical students of all ages, join forces with The Perpetual Motion Suzuki Strings, 31 violin students aged 6 and up, to perform Bach to bluegrass, folk and fiddle music.

Featured Artist(s): The Perpetual Motion Suzuki Strings

[March 15, 2004]

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Denver School of the Arts presents “The Changing Image of Art” featuring their string, jazz, and dance ensembles. Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education Network - “National School of Distinction” Winner

Featured Artist(s): Denver School of the Arts

[March 14, 2004]

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Wolf Creek Session, with fiddler Mike Broderick, Alice Fleischman on flutes and pennywhistles, and vocalists/guitarists Joan and Keith Pitzer, explores the lineage of Celtic to American traditional music.

Featured Artist(s): Wolf Creek Session

[March 13, 2004]

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U.S. Naval Academy Chamber Winds and Brass Ensemble, with guest conductor Gene Young from the Peabody Conservatory, continues its tradition of musical excellence.

Featured Artist(s): U.S. Naval Academy Chamber Winds

[March 12, 2004]

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R.H. Rollings Middle School of the Arts and Lusher Alternative Elementary School: Lusher fuses dance and music from New Orleans’ rich heritage, with the Lusher Jazz Ensemble and the Lusher Dance Troupe while Rollings combines rhythmic dialogue with music, dance, and poetry. Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education Network - “National School of Distinction” Winners

Featured Artist(s): R.H. Rollings Middle School of the Arts

[March 11, 2004]

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Glendale High School, from Glendale, California, performs with their vocal ensemble, jazz combo, and symphonic orchestra. Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education Network - “National School of Distinction” Winner

Featured Artist(s): Glendale High School

[March 10, 2004]

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The Silver String Quintet, consisting of two violins, viola, cello, and string bass, performs classical, baroque, pops, jazz, ragtime, and bluegrass.

Featured Artist(s): The Silver String Quintet

[March 9, 2004]

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The Lynk/Anderson Quartet (vocalist Monica Lynk, saxophonist Jason Anderson, drummer Geoffrey Clapp, and pianist/organist Jared Gold, highlighting vocal jazz, kicks off its Kennedy Center / Department of State Jazz Ambassadors tour. Department of State Jazz Ambassadors

Featured Artist(s): The Lynk/Anderson Quartet

[March 8, 2004]

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Ensemble Convivencia, from Alsace, covers six centuries of music, with an emphasis on popular song.

Showcase of French Regions:

Featured Artist(s): Ensemble Convivencia

[March 7, 2004]

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Mingo Saldivar, accordionist and veteran of the Texas conjunto music scene, recently released his new foot-stomping CD, Return of the Dancing Cowboy. Presented in cooperation with íViva Mexico!: Washington, DC Celebrates, a city-wide collaboration between DC area cultural institutions, the Mexican Cultural Institute, and the Embassy of Mexico.



Featured Artist(s): Mingo Saldivar

[March 6, 2004]

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H-B Woodlawn Chamber Singers have performed at numerous venues throughout the Washington, D.C. area. Music In Our Schools Month 2003 Outstanding Performers

Featured Artist(s): H-B Woodlawn Chamber Singers

[March 5, 2004]

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Flutar, flutist Joseph Cunliffe and guitarist Giargia Cavallaro, performs its eclectic and moving collection of folk melodies, classical repertoire, and new-age compositions.

Featured Artist(s): FLUTAR

[March 4, 2004]

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The Whit Williams “Now’s the Time” Big Band has performed with Aretha Franklin and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

Featured Artist(s): The Thomas “Whit” Williams Jazz Quintet

[March 3, 2004]

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DCIFF 2004 Filmmakers: See clips and meet the directors of four of the films from the D.C. Independent Film Festival.

Featured Artist(s): DC Independent Film Festival

[March 2, 2004]

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The U.S. Naval Academy Band’s Jazz Ensemble—The Next Wave, led by Chief Musician Dan Drew, combines the best of jazz standards and contemporary hits.

Featured Artist(s): The U.S. Naval Academy Band —The Next Wave

[March 1, 2004]

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Keti Dolidze, Georgia’s leading actress honored for her heroic actions in the Georgian civil war, performs her one-woman show “Self Portrait of My Generation.”

Featured Artist(s): Keti Dolidze

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