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From the Top features a wide range of stories and music this week, including a 13-year-old harpist performing a moving piece by the great American film composer John Williams, and a talented violinist, who originally hails from Bulgaria.
Also, we’ll meet a teenage baritone who became a licensed preacher at the tender age of 14.
Performers and Repertoire:
Violinist Bella Hristova, 15, from Ann Arbor, MI, performs Who Let The Cat Out Last Night? by Paul Schoenfeld
Harpist Krysten Keches, 13, from Medfield, MA, performs “Lanes of Limerick” from Angela’s Ashes by John Williams
Baritone John Paul McGee, 17, from Baltimore, MD, performs “Arise, Ye Subterranean Winds” by Henry Purcell
Pianist Christopher O’Riley performs Spinning Song by Felix Mendelssohn
Flutist Katie Watts, 17, from Richmond, VA, performs Syrinx by Claude Debussy
Trombonist Louis Bremer, 17, from Kingsport, TN performs Sonata for Bass Trombone, 1st mvt. by Patrick McCarty
Performers & Repertoire
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