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Millennium Stage Online Performance Archive: May 2004

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[May 31, 2004]

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Conservatory Project - The Juilliard School, now in its 98th season, continues to represent the finest in performing arts education for classical music, jazz, dance, and theater. This performance will be in the Terrace Theater

Featured Artist(s): The Juilliard School

[May 30, 2004]

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Conservatory Project - The Curtis Institute of Music presents Karina Canellakis (violin), and Nicholas Canellakis (cello). 

Featured Artist(s): The Curtis Institute of Music

[May 29, 2004]

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Conservatory Project - The Shepherd School of Music at Rice University presents a program by the Ensô String Quartet, as well as a horn and piano ensemble. This performance will be in the Terrace Theater

Featured Artist(s): The Shepherd School of Music at Rice University

[May 28, 2004]

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Conservatory Project - The School of Music at Indiana University hosts solo recitals given by students and faculty, concerts performed by various ensembles, and full-scale productions of opera and ballet on the Bloomington campus each year. This performance will be in the Terrace Theater

Featured Artist(s): The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music

[May 27, 2004]

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Conservatory Project - The San Francisco Conservatory of Music presents a program of Ben-Haim, Stravinsky, Schumann, Monteverdi, Handel, Strauss, and Tchaikovsky. This performance will be in the Terrace Theater

Featured Artist(s): The San Francisco Conservatory of Music

[May 26, 2004]

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Conservatory Project - The Peabody Conservatory of Music at Johns Hopkins University presents a duo program with percussionist Svetoslav Stoyanov and pianist Jill Lawson. This performance will be in the Terrace Theater

Featured Artist(s): The Peabody Institute at the Johns Hopkins University

[May 25, 2004]

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Conservatory Project - The Berklee-Kennedy Center Quartet of the Berklee College of Music presents a jazz-infused program. This performance will be in the Terrace Theater

Featured Artist(s): Berklee College of Music

[May 24, 2004]

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Conservatory Project - Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester presents a program of Poulenc, Reynolds, Rzewski, and Schubert. This performance will be in the Terrace Theater

Featured Artist(s): Eastman School of Music

[May 23, 2004]

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Intermezzo, the New England Chamber Opera Series, brings some of the area’s most exciting singers, composers, and directors together to perform new and classic works.

Featured Artist(s): Intermezzo

[May 22, 2004]

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Knock On Wood Tap Studio/Tappers With Attitude, Inc. present TapRoots: Tapping Into The Rhythms of Generations, in honor of National Tap Dance Day 2004.

Featured Artist(s): Knock On Wood Tap Studio

[May 21, 2004]

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Arte Flamenco performs the fiery Spanish dance to live musical accompaniment.

Featured Artist(s): Arte Flamenco

[May 20, 2004]

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The Neighborliness Jazz Quartet (bassist Curtis Blaine Fye, pianist and vocalist Daniel Clarke, drummer Robby Sinclair, and vocalist John Winn), highlighting vocal jazz, kicks off its Kennedy Center / Department of State Jazz Ambassadors tour. Department of State Jazz Ambassadors

Featured Artist(s): The Neighborliness Jazz Quartet

[May 19, 2004]

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Don Roy Trio and Florence Martin, featuring Don Roy, one of the finest Franco-American fiddlers in the Northeast, perform Acadian music.

Featured Artist(s): Don Roy Trio

[May 18, 2004]

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Washington National Opera Insight Lecture Series offers musical illustrations and excerpts from Andre Previn's A Streetcar Named Desire.

Featured Artist(s): Washington National Opera Insights

[May 17, 2004]

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George Washington University’s Contemporary Music Forum celebrates its 30th anniversary with a program of contemporary classical percussion music.

Featured Artist(s): George Washington University’s Contemporary Music Forum

[May 16, 2004]

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2004 IAJE Sisters in Jazz Collegiate All-Stars: Ariel Alexander, alto & soprano saxes-Indiana University, Bloomington; Janelle Reichman, tenor sax – University of Cincinnati; Brenda Earle, piano & vocals – Manhattan School of Music; Linda Oh, bass – Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Perth; Marla Joyner, drums – University of Washington, Seattle.

Featured Artist(s): IAJE Sisters in Jazz Collegiate All-Stars (2004)

[May 15, 2004]

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Theater of the First Amendment: The Odyssey of Telemaca - This colorful story follows young Telemaca on her quest to find her father and rescue her village from the evil Don Ricardo. A magical tale of heroism, courage and perseverance, with a blend of Mexican music and puppets.

Featured Artist(s): Theater of the First Amendment

[May 14, 2004]

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Washington National Opera Insight Lecture Series offers musical illustrations and excerpts from Verdi’s La Traviata, the story of Violetta, a consumptive courtesan who falls in love with Alfredo.

Featured Artist(s): Washington National Opera Insights

[May 13, 2004]

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2004 IAJE Sisters in Jazz Collegiate All-Stars: Ariel Alexander, alto & soprano saxes-Indiana University, Bloomington; Janelle Reichman, tenor sax – University of Cincinnati; Brenda Earle, piano & vocals – Manhattan School of Music; Linda Oh, bass – Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Perth; Marla Joyner, drums – University of Washington, Seattle.

Featured Artist(s): IAJE Sisters in Jazz Collegiate All-Stars (2004)

[May 12, 2004]

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Scott Weinhold Jazz Quartet, featuring Army Band musician Scott Weinhold with members of the META trio Dan Roberts, Larry Ferguson and Stefan Custodi, perform arrangements from Bebop to modern jazz.

Featured Artist(s): Scott Weinhold Jazz Quartet

[May 11, 2004]

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Washington Ballet Studio Company presents Balanchine’s Who Cares? and a world premiere by Avi Scher, who has choreographed for San Francisco Ballet and Miami City Ballet.

Featured Artist(s): The Washington Ballet Studio Company

[May 10, 2004]

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DC WritersCorps Youth Poetry Slam Finalists perform for the 4th year in a row in Olympic-style competitions and are judged on presentation and content.

Featured Artist(s): DC Writer's Corps

[May 9, 2004]

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Mejico lindo y querido, a Mexican musical mosaic featuring vocalist Bobby Jimenez and pianist Mari Paz.  Presented in cooperation with the Embassy of Mexico.

Featured Artist(s): Bobby Jimenez

[May 8, 2004]

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As Is, made-up of Michael Bellar, Andrew Hall, and Jamie Moore, performs a homegrown blend of musical genres from jazz to eclectic pop.

Featured Artist(s): As Is

[May 7, 2004]

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ClancyWorks Dance Company uses dynamic people partnering to create empowering images that embrace diversity.

Featured Artist(s): The ClancyWorks Dance Company

[May 6, 2004]

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Judy Small, dubbed the grand dame of Australian folk music, has performed at the UN forum for women in Beijing, China.

Featured Artist(s): Judy Small

[May 5, 2004]

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Sam Turner and Dom Pakka Chikki perform a synthesis of jazz and instrumental Latin dance music.

Featured Artist(s): Sam Turner and Dom Pakka Chikki

[May 4, 2004]

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Country/folk artist Debi Smith, whose songs have been recorded by Grammy-nominated Tom Paxton, performs with guitarist extraordinaire Billy Kemp.

Featured Artist(s): Debi Smith

[May 3, 2004]

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We’re About 9, a contemporary folk group composed of Pat Klink, Katie Graybeal, and Brian Gundersdorf, released the recording Engine in 2003.

Featured Artist(s): We're About 9

[May 2, 2004]

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Celestial Voices, a show choir of young performers from the Washington D.C. area, performs gospel, inspirational, patriotic, and Broadway favorites.

Featured Artist(s): Celestial Voices

[May 1, 2004]

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Shafatullah Khan, maestro of Indian classical music, has played the sitar, surbahar, and tabla in some of the world’s most prestigious concert halls and music festivals.

Featured Artist(s): Shafatullah Khan

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