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A teenage piano duo plays Danse Macabre, From the Top, October 2021

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Just in time for Halloween, we'll hear the piano duo of Zhanshuo Zhang and Jennifer Centa play Saint-Saen’s Danse Macabre on Sunday, Oct 24th at 5pm.

10/3 Violinist Vijay Gupta co-hosts with Peter Dugan in presenting inspiring young classical musicians from Beverly Hills, CA. We’ll meet the Quantum Saxophone Quartet performing Marcelo Zarvos’ Nepomuk’s Dances; violinist Bianca Ciubancan performs Brahms’ Hungarian Dance No. 7, and the LA Children’s Chorus delivers a hopeful performance of Harold Arlen’s Somewhere Over the Rainbow.

10/10 Peter Dugan hosts a program that features outstanding performances of Chopin by pianist Justin Wahby, Bartók by violinist Hannah Tam, Rachmaninoff by cellist George Wolfe-McGuire, and Rhapsody No. 2 by Jessie Montgomery performed by violinist Ava Kenney.

10/17 Pianist Orli Shaham guest hosts an episode featuring violinist Esme Arias-Kim who has dreams of going to space, pianist Kevin Cho performs Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 by Franz Liszt, and flutist Nadira Novruzov who discusses her passion for the Supreme Court and performs Fantasie by Philippe Gaubert.

10/24 This week we'll hear violinist Célina Béthoux perform Peace by Jessie Montgomery, violinist Amaryn Olmeda perform Ravel's Tzigane, bassoonist Sam D'Amico perform a Sonatine by Tansman, and the piano duo of Zhanshuo Zhang and Jennifer Centa play Saint-Saen’s Danse Macabre. Orli Shaham co-hosts.

10/31 Flutest Sasha Hitachi-Kizzia performs Carmen Fantasie by François Borne, marimba player Glenn Choe who is a star member of one of the strongest marching bands in Texas performs an arrangement of J. S. Bach’s Violin Sonata, and pianist Victor Shlyakhtenko performs a Chopin Nocturne. Finally, we travel to one of Boston’s great churches to hear organist Marshall Joos perform the music of J.S. Bach.

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