Washington, DC / 15

Monday, March 13, 2000  |  Terrace Theater  |  Presented by Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts


From the Terrace Theater at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC, this week’s show features a 15-year-old from Pennsylvania playing Vivaldi’s Bassoon Concerto in C, a 12-year-old pianist from Washington, DC playing Schumann’s ABEGG Variations, and a 17 year old cellist from Missouri playing Popper’s Hungarian Rhapsody. We’ll also play a rousing round of Musical Jeopardy.

Performers and Repertoire:

NEC Preparatory Division String Quartet (violinist Francesca Anderegg, 18, from West Stockbridge, MA; violinist Lily Francis, 16, from West Hartford, CT; violist Rianna Moscaritolo, 17 from Concord, NH; and cellist Peter Anderegg, 18, from West Stockbridge, MA) perform String Quartet, Opus 59, Number 3, 4th mvt. by Ludwig van Beethoven

Pianist Sara Daneshpour, 12, from Washington, DC, performs ABEGG Variations by Robert Schumann

Trumpeter Sean Hennessy, 17, from Colorado Springs, CO, performs Proclamation by Ernest Bloch

Bassoonist Johanna Sterba, 15, from Meadville, PA, performs Bassoon Concerto in C Major, 2nd mvt. by Antonio Vivaldi

Cellist Ryan Murphy, 17, from Ballwin, MO, performs Hungarian Rhapsody by David Popper

Release Dates

  • Monday, August 14, 2000
  • Monday, April 24, 2000

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