Live from our Living Roomis back and coming to you now from the New World Center! This series that features NWS Fellows performing live, informal chamber music concerts began from their home in Miami Beach last March when the pandemic first struck.
Each Live from our Living Room is streamed live and includes Fellow remarks and an opportunity to chat with the Fellows throughout the performances and ask any questions you may have.
Hammers for Violin and Toy Piano
Katherine Kobylarz, violin Kevin Ritenauer, toy piano
Sonata in C major for Two Violins, Op. 56
Andante cantabile Allegro Commodo (quasi allegretto) Allegro con brio
Moz-Art (after K. 416d) for Two Violins
Dylan Naroff, Michael Turkell, violin
Selections from 44 Duos for Two Violins, Sz.98, BB 104
No. 37: Prelude and Canon No. 39: Serbian Dance No. 28: Sorrow No. 43: Pizzicato No. 44: Transylvanian Dance
Natsuko Takashima, Luis Salazar, violin
As played by Juan Reynoso Arranged by Paul Anastacio
Luis Salazar, Natsuko Takashima, violin Luis Esteban Salazar, guitar
Brian Raphael Nabors
Sonata for Cello and Piano
Pesante Reflective Leggiero
Ben Fryxell, cello Wesley Ducote, piano
Musicians of the New World Symphony
A laboratory for the way music is taught, presented and experienced, the New World Symphony consists of 77 young musicians who are granted fellowships lasting up to three years. The fellowship program offers in-depth exposure to traditional and modern repertoire, professional development training and personalized experiences working with leading guest conductors, soloists and visiting faculty.
NWS Fellows take advantage of the innovative performance facilities and state-of-the art practice and ensemble rooms of the Frank Gehry-designed New World Center, the campus of the New World Symphony and home of the Knight New Media Center.
In the hopes of joining NWS, more than 1,150 recent music school and conservatory graduates compete for available fellowships each year. The Fellows are selected for this highly competitive, prestigious opportunity based on their musical achievement and promise, as well as their passion for the future of classical music.