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R112 Spring 2018 Meet the Artists

Course number : R112 Spring 2018   
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Thursdays, 2:15–3:30, Mar. 22–May 3
Note dates and time
CenterStage, Reston Community Center Hunters Woods
Seven sessions
Coordinator: Rosemary McDonald
  •  Mar. 22: Evelyn Mo returns to the CenterStage for her fifth performance. Now a sophomore at Harvard, she continues her piano studies with John O’Conor and competes in major international competitions at home and abroad. Mo has been invited to perform at the Southeastern Piano Festival in Columbia, South Carolina, as a featured guest artist this summer.
  •  Mar. 29: The Tallwood Trio with Nancy Riley, soloist, Alan Wenberg piano, Eric Henderson, bass, and Ron Musselwhite, drums, will perform selections from the Great American Songbook, Broadway hits and others.
  •  Apr. 5: Pianist George Fu is a graduate of Harvard and the Curtis Institute. He has spent the past year studying at the Royal Academy in London. As a composer, Fu has won awards for his piano compositions. Fu served as music director of the Dunster Opera of Harvard, conducting a production of Massenet’s Cendrillion.
  •  Apr.12: A Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award recipient, Oscar Paz-Suaznabar is a 12-year old pianist who has performed on From the Top, an NPR radio show featuring outstanding young gifted musicians. He is a first prize winner in the Asian American Music Society Competition at Carnegie Hall. Paz-Suaznabar attends St. Albans school and is a student of Marjorie Lee.
  •  Apr. 19: A celebrated cabaret singer in the Washington area, Beverly Cosham will perform songs from the Great American Songbook and other favorites. Cosham has been the recipient of numerous awards for her musical and dramatic performances.
  •  Apr. 26: Dr. Linda A. Monson is director of the School of Music at the College of Visual and Performing Arts at George Mason University. Monson, a Steinway Artist, along with her advanced students, will perform selections from the classical repertoire.
  •  May 3: Luke Frazier a rapidly rising star in the pops world has proven himself as both a musical conductor and pianist. He founded the American Pops Orchestra in 2015, presenting all-original programming. The program will focus on the life and music of the incomparable Judy Garland, with particular focus on lesser known performances and hidden gems from her career. 

Class Details

7 Sessions
Weekly - Thu

Location
Reston Community Center - Hunters Woods

Instructor
Rosemary McDonald 

Class Fee: 

$0.00


Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
3/22/2018 - 5/3/2018 Weekly - Thu 2:15 PM - 3:30 PM Reston, Reston Community Center - Hunters Woods  Map Rosemary McDonald 

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