A Musician-led Initiative to fight hunger in our local communities

Washington, D.C.-Area Concerts

Willem van Eeghen, Artistic Director
3 December 2017
St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church . 4700 Whitehaven Parkway NW . Washington . DC .
Performers

Members of the National Symphony Orchestra Youth Fellowship Program: Julia Angelov, violin; Bethlehem Hagdu, viola; Bella Lorenzo-Giguere, cello; Steven Lu, viola; George Pekarsky, violin.
Special Guest: Jennifer Mondie, viola.

Sounds of Strings

J. S. Bach, Suite for Solo Cello in d minor, BWV1008 (Lorenzo-Giguere).

Beethoven, Sonata for Violin and Piano in F Major, Op. 24, “Spring Sonata” (Angelov, Schmidt).

Telemann, Concerto for Two Violas in G Major, TWV52:G3 (Lu, Mondie, Schmidt).

Schubert, Sonata in a minor for Arpeggione and Piano, D.821 (Hagdu, Schmidt).

Brahms, String Quintet No. 2 in G Major, Op. 111 (Angelov, Pekarsky, Hagdu, Lu, Lorenzo-Giguere).

A program of chamber and solo string works by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, and Telemann. Performed by members of the National Symphony Orchestra Youth Fellowship Program and with a special guest from the National Symphony Orchestra: Jennifer Mondie.

Suggested donation (collected at the door): $20+, $10+ seniors/students. All proceeds beenfit S.O.M.E. (So Others Might Eat).

10 December 2017 . 4:00pm
Gildenhorn Recital Hall . The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center . 8270 Alumni Drive, University of Maryland . College Park . MD 20742
Performers

Omer Quartet; Kim Kashkashian, viola

Music for Food at University of Maryland, College Park

Works by Schumann, Jalbert, and Mendelssohn.

Suggested donation $25+, $10+ students/seniors.

This concert benefits Elizabeth House.