Washington Conservatory of Music presents
Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 8 PM
United Church of Christ
One Westmoreland Circle, Bethesda, MD 20816
FREE (donations welcome) | directions
Nurit Bar-Josef, Concertmaster of the National Symphony Orchestra since 2001, has appeared as soloist with National Symphony Orchestra, Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, St. Louis Symphony, and others as well as in chamber music and recital performances throughout the country, including a performance at the White House with Maestro Christoph Eschenbach. She plays on a 1871 J.B. Vuillaume violin, on loan to her from the Library of Congress.
Washington Conservatory faculty member, Canadian pianist Audrey Andrist, hailed as a "stunning pianist with incredible dexterity" (San Francisco Classical Voice), has thrilled audiences around the globe, from North America to Japan, China and Germany with her "passionate abandon", "bright energy", and "great intelligence."
The Washington Conservatory is a nationally accredited community music school for students of all ages. The Conservatory welcomes both seasoned and novice classical concert-goers and encourages families to attend our concerts with their children. Back balcony seating is suggested for families with small children as a courtesy to other audience members and to allow for easy exit.
Parking is on-street on Massachusetts and Western Avenues and in the parking lot of Westmoreland Congregational UCC church.
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