March 2014 Listings for From the Top

March 2014 Listings for From the Top

Sundays at 5:00 p.m.

Meet a 16-year-old flutist who beatboxes on her flute on the March 9th broadcast.

From the Top celebrates young talent each week, but on March 9th you'll meet a 16-year-old flutist who beatboxes on her flute.   Also, don't forget that you can get tickets to the March 19, 2014 live taping of From the Top here in Rochester at Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre on our website at wxxi.org/fromthetop.

3/2       From the historic Tivoli Theatre in Chattanooga, you’ll hear an amazing group of teens from Tennessee and beyond showcase their amazing artistry and inspiring stories.

3/9       From the Robert and Margaret Mondavi Performing Arts Center at the University of California Davis, you’ll meet an array of award-winning young musicians, including a 17-year-old guitarist who plays Chopin and a 16-year-old flutist who beatboxes on her flute, a 15-year-old pianist who plays Johann Strauss, a trio who plays Astor Piazzolla, and an 11-year-old violinist who performs Sarasate's Zigeunerweisen.

3/16      From our home at New England Conservatory in Boston, Massachusetts, you’ll hear amazing performances performed in the legendary Jordan Hall.

3/23      From Beijing, China, we're at the Central Conservatory of Music, a fantastic institution that provides training to many of the best young musicians from all around the country and beyond. You'll meet a 17-year-old violist from Hunan province who performs Brahms, a 16-year-old violinist from Shanghai who performs Wieniawski, and two very young violinists from the United States who perform Bach, backed by the fantastic Great Wall Soloists led by Kurt Sassmannshaus.

3/30      This week we’ll hear the second of two shows taped at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing China. Among highlights, you'll hear a fantastic 13-year-old ehru player perform "Sunshine on Taxkorgan" by Chen Gang and an 11-year-old violinist from Brunei perform Haydn backed by the Great Wall Soloists conducted by Kurt Sassmannshaus,






 





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