October 2014 Listings for From the Top

October 2014 Listings for From the Top

Sundays at 5:00 p.m.

The brass ensemble who call themselves "The Bone Rangers" perform on From the Top.

On 10/5, hear the brass quartet who call themselves "The Bone Rangers" performing Antonio Carlos Jobim's No More Blues. Also this month, enjoy talent from Boston, the Aspen Music Festival, and from the campus at the University of South Dakota.

10/5      From Calderwood Hall at Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, you'll meet a guitarist who’s an expert on roller coasters and a teenage cellist from New Orleans whose family is French-American but who loves all things Korean. You’ll also hear 15-year-old violinist Tristan Flores, a Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist, and The Bone Rangers from Chicago, IL performing No More Blues by Antônio Carlos Jobim.

10/12    From the Aspen Music Festival you’ll hear several young performers who are all studying at the festival, including the Julliard Pre-College Piano Trio, 16-year-old cellist Lucie Ticho from Hinsdale, Illinois, as well as a From the Top alumni feature with flutist Anthony Trionfo who will perform Undine by Carl Reinecke.

10/19    From the campus of the University of South Dakota, you'll hear some of the amazing historical instruments in their collection, including an historic fortepiano, a vintage guitar, and a unique gamelan. You’ll also meet a 13-year-old violinist who lives on a ranch in the Black Hills of South Dakota, the Luna String Quartet perform music by Haydn, 15-year-old pianist Evan Lee, a Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist from Brooklyn, New York performing Transcendental Etude No. 4, Mazeppa by Franz Liszt and a 16-year-old guitar player Henry Johnston from St. Paul, Minnesota.  

10/26    An in-studio recording TBA

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