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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.

Thursday . 22 February 2018 . 8:00pm
Gildenhorn Recital Hall . The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center . 8270 Alumni Drive, University of Maryland . College Park . MD 20742
Performers

Omer Quartet; Left Bank Quartet; Molly Jones; Sarah Kim; Timothy McDuff; Kenneth Slowik, harpsichord; Kei Sugiyama.

Music for Food at University of Maryland, College Park concert

J. S. Bach, Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue, BWV 803 for harpsichord

D. Shostakovich, Octet

F. Mendelssohn, Octet

For more information, please visit the venue’s website.

Suggested donation $25+, $10+ students/seniors. Donations collected at the door.

This concert benefits University of Maryland Campus Pantry.