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Millennium Stage Online Performance Archive: April 2012

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[April 30, 2012]

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The all-female D.C. band creates a hot go-go sound sure to keep its audience moving to the beat.

Featured Artist(s): Be'la Dona

[April 29, 2012]

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The violin-piano duo brings its pure, warm sound and technical brilliance to the stage. Presented in cooperation with the Embassy of Germany.

Featured Artist(s): Ariadne Daskalakis

[April 28, 2012]

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The celebrated Liechtenstein pianist concludes his national tour with a program of works by Liechtenstein composer Josef Rheinberger and Beethoven, as well as Hanselmann’s own original work. Presented in cooperation with the Embassy of Liechtenstein.

Featured Artist(s): Jürg Hanselmann

[April 27, 2012]

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The gifted dancer, choreographer, and founder of D.C.’s Nritya Niketan School of Bharatanatyam & Carnatic Music, performs a bharatanatyam dance program.

Featured Artist(s): Janaki Rangarajan

[April 26, 2012]

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Participants play a program of chamber music, including Grieg’s Holberg Suite for Strings and Reicha’s Woodwind Quintet No. 2.

Featured Artist(s): NSO Youth Fellows

[April 25, 2012]

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This performance showcases music of the oud (or Arabic lute), which is one of the oldest stringed instruments in the world.

Featured Artist(s): The Oud Hobbyists Association

[April 24, 2012]

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Students perform a mixed repertory program.

Featured Artist(s): Towson University Department of Dance

[April 23, 2012]

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The progressive-funk outfit, led by dynamic saxophonist Khris Royal, is searing its way across the New Orleans music scene.

Featured Artist(s): Khris Royal & Dark Matter

[April 22, 2012]

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The big band presents a concert highlighting diverse jazz styles and improvisation.

Featured Artist(s): Bowie State University Jazz Band

[April 21, 2012]

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Shakuhachi (bamboo flute) Grand Master James Nyoraku Schlefer and the Colorado String Quartet perform a program of quintets by Paul Moravec, Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez, Martin Regan, and Mr. Schlefer. Part of the 2012 National Cherry Blossom Festival.

Featured Artist(s): Kyo-Shin-An Arts

[April 20, 2012]

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The folk-rock duo, Lindsay Pitts and Cliff Usher, brings its assortment of eclectic instruments and amazingly tight harmonies.

Listen Local First, a program of Think Local First DC is a local music initiative devoted to building awareness and creating opportunities for local musicians and venues in order to raise the profile of DC’s local music scene. This campaign includes a monthly Local Music Day and Local Music Showcases highlighting a variety of venues and genres of local music.  For more information, please visit www.listenlocalfirstdc.com.


Featured Artist(s): Birdlips

[April 19, 2012]

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The national finalists of the KCACTF Ten-Minute Play Award present their original works. IN THE FAMILY THEATER

Featured Artist(s): Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival

[April 18, 2012]

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The group plays a wide range of music from the Renaissance through the 21st century.

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

[April 17, 2012]

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Organized in 1987, this group of taiko drummers with intellectual disabilities has performed five times overseas and in more than 100 venues in Japan each year. Part of the 2012 National Cherry Blossom Festival.

Featured Artist(s): Zuiho Taiko

[April 16, 2012]

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The student drummers, ages 12-20, have won first prize in a number of Japanese national competitions. Part of the 2012 National Cherry Blossom Festival.

Featured Artist(s): Yamakiya Taiko Club

[April 15, 2012]

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The group plays a program of gagaku (Japanese court music). Part of the 2012 National Cherry Blossom Festival.

Featured Artist(s): Kitanodai Gagaku Ensemble

[April 14, 2012]

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The Sakuyahime Cultural Delegation presents music and dance of Japan with Ten-Chi-Jin, a unique combination of traditional Japanese shamisen and taiko drums with rock, jazz, and world music, and dancer Ufo Furosawa. Part of the 2012 National Cherry Blossom Festival.

Featured Artist(s): Ten-Chi-Jin

[April 13, 2012]

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The group from Japan’s top performing arts university performs visually stunning Japanese dances. Part of the 2012 National Cherry Blossom Festival.

Featured Artist(s): Tamagawa University Taiko Drumming and Dance Troupe

[April 12, 2012]

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The acclaimed Japanese flutist performs a musical program. Part of the 2012 National Cherry Blossom Festival.

Featured Artist(s): Yoko Owada

[April 11, 2012]

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The Washington Toho Koto Society is dedicated to promoting an understanding and appreciation for the koto (zither), Japan’s national instrument.



Featured Artist(s): The Washington Toho Koto Society

[April 10, 2012]

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On the first day of a 500-mile walk to explore resources and the stories behind the distances they travel, Artistic Director Cassie Meador steps off the trail to present excerpts from her newest project, How to Lose a Mountain.

Featured Artist(s): Dance Exchange

[April 9, 2012]

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The American composer, producer, musician, singer, and actor, whose career spans nearly six decades, has worked with the Beach Boys, The Byrds, Harry Nilsson, and Ringo Starr.

Featured Artist(s): Van Dyke Parks

[April 8, 2012]

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The Israeli pianist brings his dynamic talents as a soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician to the stage. Presented in cooperation with the Embassy of Israel.

Featured Artist(s): Efi Hackmey

[April 7, 2012]

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Members of the National Symphony Orchestra play a program of classical works by Beethoven and Farrenc.

Featured Artist(s): NSO Prelude

[April 6, 2012]

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Members of the American Roots Music Program will shift from bluegrass to old-time to Celtic and Western Swing.

Featured Artist(s): Berklee College of Music

[April 5, 2012]

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The DC band, fronted by tour de force Jessica Louise Dye, mixes clever songwriting and instrumentation with pop, folk, and rock melodies.

Featured Artist(s): Lightfoot

[April 4, 2012]

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Students from the DC-area community music school play a chamber music program.

Featured Artist(s): The Levine School of Music

[April 3, 2012]

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The critically acclaimed classical guitarist plays with his Southwestern University faculty colleague and bass singer in recital.

Featured Artist(s): David Asbury

[April 2, 2012]

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The ensemble, led by the DC native saxophonist and composer, plays primarily original material with elements of swing and the blues.

Featured Artist(s): The Elijah Jamal Balbed Quintet

[April 1, 2012]

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Winners of the sixth annual John and Susie Beatty Competition for Classical Guitar perform in a recital.

Featured Artist(s): John and Susie Beatty Competition for Classical Guitar

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