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[Photo from the  February 1, 2015 performance.]

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The musical theater connoisseur, educator, and local artist present cabaret songs from the Broadway stage, the American songbook, and contemporary standards.
Featured Artist(s): Scot Reese

[Photo from the  January 31, 2015 performance.]

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NSO members Natasha Bogachek (violin) and Zino Bogachek (viola), and Natsuki Fukasawa (piano), play chamber works by Brahms and Fuchs.
Featured Artist(s): NSO Prelude

[Photo from the  January 30, 2015 performance.]

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Participants in the NSO training program—Juliana Lu-Yang (violin), Sarah Slate (violin), Nadia Jo (cello), Areen Kim (bass), Xander Day (flute), Corinne Foley (oboe), Hannah Conn (clarinet), Marin Williams (bassoon), Gaby Pho (horn), Jillian Khoo (violin), Julia Angelov (violin), Stephan Loh (viola), Didi Park (cello), and Naenah Jeon (cello)—play chamber works.
Featured Artist(s): NSO Youth Fellows

[Photo from the  January 29, 2015 performance.]

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Participants in the NSO training program—Joe Broom (euphonium), Alex Arshaid (marimba), Abigail Tucker (violin), Tavifa Cojocari (violin), Eric Costantino (viola), Mairéad Flory (cello), Nathanael High (trumpet), Forrest Johnston (trumpet), Nathaniel Silberschlag (horn), Katie Franke (trombone), and Diego Stine (tuba)—play chamber works.
Featured Artist(s): NSO Youth Fellows

[Photo from the  January 28, 2015 performance.]

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Jazz bassist and member of the Jason Moran band Mateen leads the thrilling group—Umar Mateen on drums, Radji Mateen on saxophone, Abdu Mboup on percussion, Hope Udobi plays keyboard, and Samir Moulay, guitar—in African roots music and Afro-Cuban and Malian dance grooves.
Featured Artist(s): WestAfroEast

[Photo from the  January 27, 2015 performance.]

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The group is comprised of the school’s top vocal and instrumental students.
Featured Artist(s): George Washington Department of Music Camerata

[Photo from the  January 26, 2015 performance.]

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Three student vocal ensembles present The Many Moods of Ellington. The Mellow Tones, led by pianist and composer Mark Meadows, delights with compelling harmonies and improvisational stylings. The Dukes of Ellington, a young men’s choir (grades 9–12), performs standard literature for men's choirs and is led by Steven M. Allen. Sophisticated Ladies (grades 9–11), led by vocalist Sylvia Twine, offers classical and musical theater selections.
Featured Artist(s): The Duke Ellington School of the Arts Music Department

[Photo from the  January 25, 2015 performance.]

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The violinist and Strathmore Artist In Residence offers a gypsy-influenced jazz performance.
Featured Artist(s): Daisy Castro

[Photo from the  January 24, 2015 performance.]

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NSO members David Brubaker (violin), Joel Fuller (violin), Mahoko Eguchi (viola), Rachel Young (cello), Kathryn Meany Wilson (English horn), and Adriana Horne (harp) perform chamber works by Beethoven and Bax.
Featured Artist(s): NSO Prelude

[Photo from the  January 23, 2015 performance.]

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The Afro-Cuban project showcases its mix of Cuban folk music with Latin jazz, world, funk, and son. The program also includes a free Rumba dance lesson with Yudisleidy “Yudi” Valdés at 5 p.m.
Featured Artist(s): Gato’s Sin Frontera

[Photo from the  January 22, 2015 performance.]

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The ensemble, which has a more than 100-year tradition at the Alabama institution, honors the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Presented with the National Museum of African American History and Culture in association with the Rising Up: Hale Woodruff’s Murals exhibition at Talladega College.
Featured Artist(s): Talladega College Choir

[Photo from the  January 21, 2015 performance.]

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Students from Liechtenstein perform chamber works by Ravel and Dvorák. Presented with the Embassy of the Principality of Liechtenstein in Washington, D.C.
Featured Artist(s): International Music Academy in the Principality of Liechtenstein

[Photo from the  January 20, 2015 performance.]

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The musician, motivator, and youth advocate fuses clean lyrics with varied vocal melodies to create his unique flow filled with social consciousness and optimism. Presented with Words Beats & Life.
Featured Artist(s): Javier Starks

[Photo from the  January 19, 2015 performance.]

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The Kennedy Center and Georgetown University host a musical celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy. The concert featuring nine-time Grammy Award®–winning singer and recording artist Natalie Cole also includes the Let Freedom Ring Choir with Music Director Rev. Nolan Williams Jr. Note: Free tickets will be given away up to two (2) per person in line at the entrance to the Hall of Nations at 5 p.m. on Mon., Jan. 19 on a first-come, first-served basis. A DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. CELEBRATION IN THE CONCERT HALL
Featured Artist(s): Natalie Cole , Let Freedom Ring Choir , Rev. Nolan Williams Jr.

[Photo from the  January 18, 2015 performance.]

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This group, which represents more than 50 years of music and was organized to accompany performers and vocalists in the DMV, features the talents of D.C. musicians who have performed with their own bands and such renowned performers as Wilson Pickett, James Brown, Elvis Presley, Ray Charles, Al Green, and The Manhattans.
Featured Artist(s): D.C. Legendary Musicians Band

[Photo from the  January 17, 2015 performance.]

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The Billboard-charting group tears down all stereotypes of violin-playing by fusing traditional classical technique into performances of R&B, pop, soul, funk, jazz, and more.
Featured Artist(s): Chelsey Green

[Photo from the  January 16, 2015 performance.]

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Nomad Dancers bring their multicultural choreographies in a program inspired by the dance traditions of Iran, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, India, and Turkey. The D.C. area ensemble seeks to cross borders and bridges cultures with the ultimate dance experience.
Featured Artist(s): Nomad Dancers

[Photo from the  January 15, 2015 performance.]

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Participants in the NSO training program—Hannah Conn (clarinet),HeeYun Naenah Jeon (cello), Sean Yongjoo Lim (violin), Isabella Lorenzo-Giguere (cello),  Kai-Lan Olson (harp), Robert Kraig (piano), Nathaniel Silberschlag (horn), Myriam Avalos Teie (piano) —perform on the Millennium Stage.
Featured Artist(s): NSO Youth Fellows

[Photo from the  January 14, 2015 performance.]

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The drum and bass trio—vocalist Vinx along with Living Colour bandmates Will Calhoun (drums) and Doug Wimbish (bass)—creates grooves of DJ-influenced virtuosity.


Featured Artist(s): Jungle Funk

[Photo from the  January 13, 2015 performance.]

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On their first U.S. tour, the Grammy Award®–nominated “Kings of Hawaiian Swing” blend traditional Hawaiian music with big band swing.
Featured Artist(s): KAHULANUI

 
 
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