Conrad Tao, Sirena Huang, & Anna Litvinenko

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Pianist and composer Tao—a 2011 YoungArts alumnus, U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts and the only classical musician included on the 2012 Forbes 30 Under 30: Music list—plays a mix of original and classical pieces accompanied by fellow 2012 alumni Huang (violin) and Litvinenko (cello). Part of National YoungArts Foundation’s YoungArts Week.

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