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Archive 2006

October 13, Friday, 12 noon

Sumner School Museum, 1700 M St., NW, Washington, DC

Valerie Matthews, cello and Enoch Gordis, piano, will performSonata in D major by Shostakovich. Free.

October 14, Saturday, 8:00 pm

Hallam Theater, Prince Georges Community College, 301 LargoRoad, Largo, MD

Narek Hakhnazaryan, cello winner of the 2006 JohansenInternational Competition for Young String Players, will performHaydns Cello Concerto in C Major with the Prince GeorgesPhilharmonic, Charles Ellis, conductor. For ticket information call301-946-9531 or email [emailprotected]

October 14, Saturday, 8 pm

Dumbarton Church

A group of cellists from the National Symphony Orchestra

"Four in Correspondence" will play pieces by Bach, Brahms,Popper, Massenet, Tchaikovsky, Part, Stravinsky, and Casals.Tickets $33. 202-965-2000, www.dumbartonconcerts.org.

October 15, Sunday, 4:00 pm

Ernst Community Center, Annandale Campus, Northern VirginiaCommunity College.

Glenn Garlick will play the Haydn Cello Concerto in D Major withthe Virginia Chamber Orchestra.

October 15, Sunday, 5:00 pm

Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church, 6601 Bradley Blvd., Bethesda,MD

David Teie will perform his own Cello Concerto with the FridayMorning Music Club, Pablo Saelzer, conductor. Free.

October 19-21 (Thursday at 7 pm, Friday at 1:30 pm and Saturdayat 8 pm)

Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Lynn Harrell will play Dvoraks Cello Concerto with the NationalSymphony. Tickets $20-80. 202-467-4600. www.kennedy-center.org.

October 20, Friday, 4:00 pm

Kennedy Center Theater Lab

Lynn Harrell will conduct a Master Class. Tickets $5. KC BoxOffice, www.kennedycenter.com, or through Instant Charge

October 21, Saturday, 8 pm

Kennedy Center Terrace Theater

Maya Beiser will play a program described in WPASs brochure as amultimedia dreamscape of poetry, music, video, and speechcommissioned in partnership with WPAS. Only subscriptions currentlyavailable. Single tickets on sale September 5. 202-785-9727,www.wpas.org.

October 22, Sunday, 3:00 pm

Corcoran Gallery of Art.

Narek Hakhnazaryan, cellist, with Lydia Frumkin, pianist, willperform in a recital by winners of the 2006 Johansen Internationalcompetition for Young String Players.

For ticket information call 301-946-9531;[emailprotected]]

October 26, Thursday, 12 noon

Ellipse Art Center, 4350 North Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA(Metro: Ballston)

John Kaboff will perform J.S. Bachs Suite No. 3 in C Major forunaccompanied cello. Free.

October 28

Jewish Community Center

Evelyn Elsing will play Prokofiev Sinfonia Concertante with theJewish Community Center Orchestra.

November2, Thursday, 7 pm thru November 4

Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Amanda Forsyth performs Bruch Kol Nidrei and Adagio on HebrewMelodies for Cello adn Orchestra, Op. 47 with National Symphonyconducted by Pinchas Zukerman. Also on the program are WagnerPrelude to "Die Meistersinger", Mozart Violin Concerto No. 5 andBeethoven Symphony No. 2. Program repeated Friday at 7 and Saturdayat 8. www.kennedy-center.org.

November 3, Friday, 8 pm


Alan Toda-Ambaras, Cello, and Misako Toda, piano, will playBach, Britten, and Beethoven in a program that will also includeDaniel Austrich, violin, and Ilya Friedberg, piano. Toda-Ambaras, a14-year old cellist from North Carolina, won the Prix du MeilleurEspoir (most promising artist prize) at the 2005 RostropovichInternational Cello Competition in Paris. Only subscription ticketscurrently available. www.strathmore.org, 301-581-5100

Sunday, November 5, 6 pm

Providence Presbyterian Church, 9019 Little River Turnpike,Fairfax, VA 22031

Amy Ward Butler and Tim Butler perform in Brahms and TchaikovskySextets. Tickets are $30.

November 11, Saturday 7:30 pm

Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 7730 Bradley Blvd. Bethesda.

Concert by improvising cellist Francois le Roux (Ha!Man) fromSouth Africa. Sponsored by George and Martha Vance.

Concert is open to the public. Tickets $10. ImprovisationWorkshop is from 2-4 pm. WorkshopRegistrationForm

November 11, Saturday, 8 pm

Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Yo-yo Ma will play Shostakovichs Cello Concerto No. 2, Op 125with the National Symphony and conducting. Unfortunately, theconcert is sold out. www.kennedy-center.org. Update: Rostropovichhas cancelled the Shostakovich Centennial Concerts for medicalreasons. Yo-Yo Ma will still appear on November 11.

November 19, Sunday, 1:00 pm

George Mason University Center for the Arts.

David Hardy will perform the Schumanns Cello Concerto with theAmerican Youth Philharmonic, Luis Haza, conductor.

December 2, Saturday, 5:00 pm

Smithsonian American Art Museum, McEvoy Auditorium

Rachel Young, a cellist with the National Symphony Orchestra,will perform Richard Wernick's Cello Sonata "Portraits ofAntiquity" on the 21st Century Consort's program. Preconcertlecture for Consort's program at 4 p.m. Tickets $16-22 atresidentassociates.org

December 9, Saturday, 7:30 pm

Kennedy Center Terrace Theater

Han-Na Chang, cello, and Sergio Tiempo, piano, will play aprogram which includes Shostakovichs Cello Sonata in D minor, Op.40 and Chopins Cello Sonata. Only subscriptions currentlyavailable. Single tickets on sale September 5. 202-785-9727,www.wpas.org.

December 15, Friday, 8 pm

Library of Congress, Coolidge Auditorium

Steven Isserlis, along with an interesting group of friends,such as Joshua Bell, violinist, will play a program of Schumannworks, including Five Pieces in Folk Style, op. 102 for cello andpiano. At 6:15 p.m. Isserlis will talk about Schumann in a nearbyroom, Whittall Pavilion (no tickets required for talk). Ticketswill be distributed beginning on November 1 by Ticketmaster at301-808-6900, 410-752-1200, or 1-800-551-7328. $2.75 per ticketplus a charge for the overall phone order handling. ConcertInformation Line at 202-707-5502.

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January 9, Tuesday, 12:10 p.m.

The Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street, NW

Vasily Popov, cello, and Jeff Chappell, piano, from the LevineSchool of Music will perform a program to be announced. Free, butcontributions to performers welcomed. 202-374-2635

January 13, Saturday, 7:30 p.m.

Strathmore Mansion

Antonio Meneses, cellist, with the Orquestra de Sao Paulo willplay Villa-Lobos Cello Concerto No. 2. Only subscription ticketscurrently available. www.strathmore.org 301-581-5100

January 19, Friday, 8:00 p.m.

Corcoran Museum, Frances and Armand Hammer Auditorium

Laurien Laufman, cellist and Kindler Society Board member,Dionne Laufman, pianist, and Joanna Kurkowicz, violinist, willperform pieces by Beethoven Chopin, Bloch, and Shostakovich,including Chopin's Polonaise Brilliante Op. 3 for Cello and Piano.Members--$55, public--$65. 202-639-1770, www.corcoran.org

January 28, Sunday, 4:00 pm

Phillips Collection, 1600 21st Street, NW, Washington, D.C.

Piano and cello recital by Natasha Mah & Ashima Scripp..$12. 202-387-2151 www.phillipscollection.org

February 10, Saturday, 8 pm


Carter Brey, Principal Cellist of the New York Philharmonic, andthe National Philharmonic will play Elgars Cello Concerto. Tickets$25 to 79. 301-493-9283, ext 118. www.nationalphilharmonic.org.

February 10-11 Saturday at 8 pm and Sunday at 3 pm

Maryland Theatre, Hagerstown, Maryland

William De Rosa will play Dvoraks Cello Concerto with theMaryland Symphony. $11-79, 301-797-4000,www.marylandsymphony.org

Tuesday, Feb. 13, 7:30 PM

Music Recital Hall, Music Bldg., Montgomery College (RockvilleCampus)

Dariusz Skoraczewski, cello, and Michael Adcock, piano, willperform works of Beethoven, Janacek and Chopin. Free.www.montgomerycollege.edu

February 14, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.

Embassy of Austria

Florian Kitt, cello, and Rita Medjimorec, piano, will play aconcert which includes Kodaly's Sonata, op.4, Britten's Sonata inC, op.65, Takemitsu's Orion (dedicated to Florian Kitt), as well aspieces by Lichtfuss and Rossini. Free, but reservation required:[emailprotected] or 202-895-6776.

February 15-17 (Thursday and Friday at 7 pm, Saturday at 8pm)

Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Gautier Capucon, cello, Renaud Capucon, violin will play BrahmsConcerto in A minor for Violin and Cello, Op 102 with the NationalSymphony. $20-80, www.kennedy-center.org, 202-476-4600 or800-444-1324.

March 11, Sunday, 2 pm

Terrace Theatre

David Hardy will play Stravinskys Suite Italienne for Cello andPiano (after Pulcinella, transcribed with Piatigorsky) as part of aconcert by the Kennedy Center Chamber Players. Tickets $35 go onsale on December 11, 2006. 202-467-4600.www.kennedy-center.org.

March 16, Friday, 8 pm

Embassy of Poland, 2640 16th St, NW

Dariuz Skoraczewski, cello, and Michael Adcock, piano, will playa program which includes Chopins Cello Sonata. Tickets $50 andavail Efe Baltacigil, cello, will play a program to be announced.Tickets available to subscribers of Embassy Series only beforeOctober 1. http://www.embassyseries.com.

April 1, Sunday 3:00 pm

George Washington Masonic Memorial

David Teie performs Schumann Cello Concerto with Eclipse ChamberOrchestra conducted by Leonard Slatkin. Tickets $20/15/5.http://www.eclipseco.com 703-256-2956.

April 2, Monday, 7:30 pm

Episcopal High School, 3900 W. Braddock Road, Alexandria

The National Chamber Players peforms cello music by Bach,O'Connor, Part and Metallica.

[emailprotected] 702-933-4135.

April 5, Wednesday, 8 pm

Residence of the Turkish Ambassador

Jonathan Byers & Richard Sweeney, baroque cello &archlute

April 27, Friday, 8 p.m.

Matt Haimowitz performs Bach, Rorem and Ligeti in Baltimore.


April 14, Saturday, 2 p.m.

Master class and conversation with Janos Starker, HungarianEmbassy. See Kindler Cello Society home page for furtherinformation, http://kcswiki.pbwiki.com

April 14, Saturday, 6 p.m.

Emilio Colon, cello, Anastasia Khitruk, violin, and NariakiSugiura, piano will play works by Kodaly, Rozsa, and Bartok.Introduction by Janos Starker who was Rozsa's friend and colleague.The concert is in commemoration of the centenary of Academy Awardwinning composer Miklos Rozsa's birth. Embassy of Hungary, 2950Spring of Freedom St, NW, Washington. RSVP by April 11,202-362-6730/ext 201 or email [emailprotected] Concert isfree but donations to the Hungarian American Cultural Associationwill be accepted/suggested donation $20.http://www.huembwas.org

April 15, Sunday, 4:00 pm

Congregation Beth-El, 8215 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda,MD.

Amit Peled, cello and Alon Goldstein, piano, will perform threeBeethoven Sonatas. Tickets: adults - $28, students - $12 at thedoor. 301-496-7976. www.faes.org

April 18, Wednesday, 8 pm

Library of Congress, Coolidge Auditorium

Miklos Pereni, cello and Andras Schiff, piano, will play an allBeethoven program. At 6:15 p.m. Denise Gallo, Music Division, andDavid Morris, European Division, Library of Congress, will discussin a nearby room, Whittall Pavilion, music in Beethovens Vienna (notickets required for talk). Tickets will be distributed beginningon March 7 by Ticketmaster at 301-808-6900, 410-752-1200, or1-800-551-7328. $2.75 per ticket plus a charge for the overallphone order handling. Concert Information Line at 202-707-5502.

April 22, Sunday, 6:30 pm

West Building, National Gallery of Art

David Hardy, cello, and Lisa Emenheiser, pianist, will performmusic by Carter, Grieg, and Stravinsky. Free,first-come/first-seated, beginning at 6 p.m. 202-216-2480,www.nga.gove/programs/music.htm

April 27, Friday, 8 pm

Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Dekelboum Concert Hall,University of Maryland

Pieter Wispelwey will perform with the Australian ChamberOrchestra in a program to be announced. $25-45, 301-405-2787,claricesmithcenter.umd.edu

May 6 at 4 p.m.

Phillips Collection, 1600 21st Street, NW, Washington, D.C.

Music by European Baroque composers, including Bach and Vivaldi,plus a modern perspective on traditional Irish music. $10-12 (freefor under 18).

May 8, Tuesday, 12:10 p.m.

The Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street, NW

Vasily Popov, cellist from the Levine School of Music will playa program of music for cello and flute. Free but contributions toperformers are welcomed. 202-347-2635.

June 2, Saturday, 8 p.m.

George Mason University Center for the Arts

Zuill Bailey will perform Dvorak's Cello Concerto with theFairfax Symphony Orchestra as part of the orchestra's50th-anniversary concert. $30-60, 1-888-945-2468,www.fairfaxsymphony.org.

June 7, Thursday, 8 pm


Alisa Weilerstein and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra conductedby Marin Alsop will play a program which includes Elgar's CelloConcerto. $43-80, 301-581-5100, 877-276-1444, orwww.bsoatstrathmore.org.

July 13, Friday, 7:00 p.m.

Choir Room, Blessed Sacrament Church, Chevy Chase Circle, 6001Western Ave.

Cello party being organized by Cindy Kornhaus. If you'd like toplay music with other cellists, please bring your favorite food ordrink, several copies of cello ensemble music (Kornhaus will alsobring music), your instrument, and a stand. 30l-437-6296 forinformation and confirmation of participation.

July 17, Tuesday, 8 p.m.

Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center

David Finckel, cello, and Wu Han, piano, will perform a programTBA as part of the William Kapell International Piano Competitionand Festival. $30 Tickets not currently available. 301-405-2787,www.claricesmithcenter.umd.edu

Tuesday, September 18, 7:30 pm

Pendleton Hall, Ainslie Arts Center, Episcopal High School

3900 West Braddock Road, Alexandria

National Chamber Players: Evening of Dvorak

Dvorak's Piano Trio in E minor ("Dumky") and Serenade in D minorfor winds.

for further information or directions please call Ginger at703-933-4135, email [emailprotected] , or go tohttp://www.episcopalhighschool.org and click on Arts, thenCalendar

October 4, Thursday, 7:00pm

The Mansion at Strathmore, 10701 Rockville Pike, Bethesda

Tanya Anisimova, cello, Lydia Frumkin, piano

Franck Sonta in A Major, Anisimova, Icelandic Fantasy,Rachmaninoff Sonata in G minor.

Tickets $20. Ella Kagan 301-564-0016, [emailprotected]

October 5, Friday, 8:00 p.m.

Gildenhorn Recital Hall, University of Maryland, CollegePark

Evelyn Elsing, as part of the "Left Bank Concert," will performthe new cello sonata by Roberto Sierra. Pre-concert lecture at 7pm. $ 35 / $ 7 student. 301-405-ARTS.www.claricesmithcenter.umd.edu.

November 1, Thursday, 12 noon

MLK Library, 9th and G NW, Room 5A

Vasily Popov and Jeff van Osten, cellists, will performGabrielli's Canon, the Italian Suite by Grace Vamos, Duetto II byT. S. Dupuis and a transcription by the performers of Rossini's Duofor cello and double bass. For announcements of future concerts inthis brown bag series, send an email to [emailprotected]

November 1, Thursday, 8 pm

Gildenhorn Recital Hall, University of Maryland, Clarice SmithCenter, College Park

Faculty recital by Evelyn Elsing and pianist Rita Sloane.Free.

November 3, Saturday, 7:30 pm

Kennedy Center Terrace Theater

Cellist Hee Young Lim performs works of Debussy, Schubert,Crumb, and Shostakovich in recital with pianist Hsin-Bei Lee, in aconcert sponsored by the Korean Music Society. Tickets on saleOctober 3 through the Kennedy Center. $30.

November 6, Tuesday, 5:30 p.m.

Gildenhorn Recital Hall, University of Maryland, CollegePark.

As part of the "North American Indian Cello Project," hear thenew works of Archambault, Avery, Chacon and Warren, created forcello, piano, percussion and string ensemble. Free. 301-405-ARTS.www.claricesmithcenter.umd.edu

November 12, Monday, 8 p.m.

Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Yo-Yo Ma will play, with Kathryn Stott at the piano, SchubertArpeggione in A Minor, Shostakovich Sonata in D Minor, Op. 4, aswell as pieces by Piazzola, Gismonti, and Franck. Sold out as of9/21/07. www.wpas.org or 202-785-9727

November 13, Tuesday, 12:10 p.m.

The Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street, NW

Vasily Popov and Jeff VanOsten, cellos, and Ralitza Patcheva,piano, will play a program TBA. Free. www.epiphanydc.org,202-347-2635.

November 15, Thursday; November 16, Friday, and November 17,Saturday

Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Heinrich Schiff will play Shostakovich's Cello Concerto No. 1 inE-flat Major with the National Symphony, Roberto Minczukconducting. Only subscriptions available at present.

Saturday, November 17, 8 p.m.

Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 7730 Bradley Blvd, Bethesda

HA!man (Francois le Roux), improvising cellist from SouthAfrica, will perform and provide his own accompaniments, singingand whistling, in a program appropriate for all ages. $10,available at door. Information 301-588-9275, HA!man's website:hamanworld.com

November 17, Saturday, 8:00 p.m.

Gildenhorn Recital Hall, Clarice Smith Performing ArtsCenter

Evelyn Elsing, cello, and Audrey Andrist, piano, will playRoberto Sierra's Sonata for Cello and Piano (2001) in a programwhich also includes pieces by Eisler, Sirota and Dvorak.Pre-concert lecture at 7 p.m. in the Univ. of MD. School of Music ,Rm 2200. $30--7 (free tickets available for students 18 and under).http://www.leftbankconcertsociety.org or 703-536-0222

November 18, Sunday, 3:00 pm

McCathran Hall, 300 Grove Avenue, Washington Grove MD

Tanya Anisimova, cello, and Lydia Frumkin, piano, perform worksby Brahms, Rachmaninoff, and Anisimova. In advance, $17/$12.50 forchildren under 12. At door, $20/$15. 301-926-2858 or301-926-6347

November 29, Thursday; November 30, Friday; and December 1,Saturday

Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Ha-Na Chang will play Elgar's Concerto in E minor for Cello withthe National Symphony, Lorin Maazel conducting. Only subscriptionsavailable at present.

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January 10, 2008, Thursday, 7:30 pm

Levine School of Music, 2801 Upton Street NW

Cellist Vasily Popov with pianist Ralitza Patcheva, performs theBeethoven Sonata in A Major. The program, titled "Secrets of theInstrument," also includes some Bach for solo cello and Chopin forsolo piano. Tickets in advance $25 adult/$20 seniors/$10 for kids12 and under. Prices at the door $5 higher. Call 202-686-8000, ext.1615 or order at www.levineschool.org.

February 3, 2008, Sunday, 5:30 pm

Shriver Hall, Johns Hopkins University, BaltimoreAlbanGerhardtand pianist Cecile Licad perform works by Beethoven,Chopin, and Janacek in the annual Piatigorsky Memorial Concert.Order at www.shriverconcerts.org or call 410-516-7165. Free lectureone hour before concert

Feb. 7, Thursday, 12 p.m.

Auditorium A-5 of the Martin Luther King, Jr. MemorialLibrary

Cellist Vasily Popov and pianist Ralitza Patcheva will present aBach sonata and a Beethoven rondo as part of the Library's BrownBag Recital Series. Introductory remarks will be offered by SorabModi. Free. For further information: 202-727-1285.

February 9, 2008, Saturday, 3 pm

Shriver Hall, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore

Turkish cellist Efe Baltacigil and pianist Anna Polonsky presentworks by Beethoven, Brahms, Shostakovich, and Ucarsu. See orderinfo above at February 3, 2008. Free lecture one hour beforeconcert. Baltacigil, who is assistant principal cellist with thePhiladelphia Orchestra, returns to the area on April 13.

February 25, 2008, Monday, 6 p.m.

Westmoreland Congregational UCC Church, One Westmoreland Circle(Mass. Ave. at Western), Bethesda

Juan Wang will give a Master Class under the sponsorship of WPASand the Washington Conservatory of Music with cello students fromthe Conservatory, Curtis Institute, and the U. of MD. Free.301-320-2770.

February 26, 2008, Tuesday, 7:30 pm

Sidney Harman Hall, 610 F Street NW

Jian Wang performs Bach cello suites Nos. 1,3, and 5 in a WPASrecital. $32. Call 202-785-9727, visit www.wpas.org or go to theWPAS ticket office at 2000 L Street NW, Suite 510, Mon-Fri 9:30 am- 5pm.

March 2, 2008, Sunday, 4:00 pm

Epiphany Catholic Church in Georgetown

2712 Dumbarton Street, NW

Soye Kim (violin), Robert Battey(cello) and MichaelSheppard(piano) perform Beethoven Duo WoO27 No. 1, Hindemith Sonatefur violoncello solo Op. 25 No. 3, Ysaye Sonata in G for soloviolin Op. 27 No. 5, and Brahms Trio in B, Op. 8. Admission isfree.

March 13, 2008, Thursday; Friday, March 14; and Saturday, March15

Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Alban Gerhardt will play Prokofiev's Sinfonia concertante withthe National Symphony, Hans Graf conducting. To buy tickets forthis concert go to www.kennedy-center.org and follow the site mapto tickets.

March 15, Saturday, 2-4 pm

Kennedy Center rehearsal room

Alban Gerhardt will give a master class in which three cellostudents will perform. The class will be the first event in a celloday that will include a Millenium Stage performance (see next item)and Mr. Gerhardt's concert in the evening with the NationalSymphony (see preceding item). Entry to the rehearsal room isthrough the Opera House Stage Door. To reserve a seat at the class(and ensure that the guard will permit you to enter the StageDoor), leave your name by calling 202-387-7620 or emailing[emailprotected]

March 15, Saturday, 6 pm

Kennedy Center Millenium Stage

After the master class, soprano Jennifer Holbrook, and cellistsAlban Gerhardt, David Hardy, Glenn Garlick, Loran Stephenson,Robert Park, members of the Peabody Institute cello class andadvanced cello students from the Washington Metropolitan area willperform Villa Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras #1 and #5. To reserve aseat for this performance, just show up! These concerts are freeand open to the public.

April 3, Thursday, 8 p.m.

Library of Congress

Lynn Harrell, with Victor Santiago-Asuncion, piano, will playBach Suites for Solo Cello, Schubert's Arpeggione Sonata, andStravinsky's Suite Italienne. Tickets available throughTicketmaster (202-397-7328) or www.ticketmaster.com beginning at 10a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 20.

April 4, Friday, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Strathmore, Room 402, Education Center

Carter Brey will give a master class in conjuction with hisconcert with the National Philarmonic. $5 payable at the door. Toensure a place, send your name, number of people in your group, andyour telephone number to [[emailprotected]]

April 5, Saturday, 8 p.m. and April 6, Sunday, 3 p.m.

Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center(Alexandria)

Lynn Harrell will play Dvorak's Cello Concerto with theAlexandria Symphony Orchestra in a program that also includesSmetana's The Bartered Bride Overture and Hailstork's Earthrise(inspired by Beethoven's Ode to Joy) with the Metropolitan Chorusand Signature Heritage Chorale. $20-80. Sunday matinee youthtickets (ages 8-18) $5 (group discount also available).www.alexsym.org, 703-548-0885.

April 5, 2008, Saturday, 8 p.m.

The Music Center at Strathmore

Carter Brey will play the Haydn Cello Concerto in D Major withthe National Philarmonic. Only series tickets currently available.301-493-9283, Ext. 111. www.nationalphilharmonic.org

April 5, 2008, Saturday, 8 p.m.

Dumbarton Church, 3133 Dumbarton Street NW

Daniel Mueller-Schott joins the Vogler String Quartet in aperformance of Schubert's 2-cello quintet. $30. 202-965-2000 orwww.dumbartonconcerts.org

April 6, 2008, Sunday, 7 p.m.

The Lyceum, 201 South Washington Street, Alexandria,Virginia

Stephen Framil will play Schumann Fantasiestucke, Op. 73,Prokofiev Sonate in C Maj. Op. 119, Cassado Requiebros, PaganiniMoses Variations, Martinu Variations on a theme of Rossini H. 290and Piazzola Le Grand Tango. $25 ticket to support Cellospeak(www.cellospeak.com). Tickets at the door or 703-264-1258.

April 13, 2008, Sunday, 7:30 p.m.

Gildenhorn/Speisman Center for the Arts, Jewish Community Centerin Rockville

Efe Baltacigil, associate principal cellist of the PhiladelphiaOrchestra, in recital. Box office 301-348-3872. www.jccgw.org

April 25, 2008, Friday, 8 p.m.

The Barns at Wolf Trap

David Finckel, cellist, and Wu Han, pianist, will play a programto be announced. $30. 877-965-3872 or www.wolftrap.org.

May 1, 2008, Thursday 7:30 pm

Atlas Performing Arts Center, 1333 H Street, NW

Vasily Popov performs the Brahms F Major sonata, opus 99, withpianist Ralitza Patcheva, on a "Brahms Birthday Bash" concert.Presented by Levine School faculty, the program also includes aviolin sonata and the piano quintet. $10. Call 202-399-7993 oremail [emailprotected]

May 18, 2008, Sunday, 7:30 p.m.

Kennedy Center Terrace Theatre

David Hardy, principal cellist of the NSO, will play a new workfor cello and piano by Jaffe as part of a program featuring theKennedy Center Chamber Players. The program will be followed by afree discussion with the artists. Tickets $35, 404-467-4600,www.kennedy-center.org.

June 8, 2008, Sunday, 3:00 p.m.

The Holton-Arms School, 7303 River Road, Bethesda, MD

The concert of the Cantate Chamber Singers will feature theworld premiere of Maurice Saylor's Concerto for Cello and Choruswith Nancy Snider, cellist. The program will also include Saylor's"The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits" based on theLewis Carroll poem and performed by the Holton-ArmsSchoolChorus, aswell as the Cantate Chamber Singers. $30 (15 students).www.cantate.org or for further information email[emailprotected]

June 26, 2008, Thursday, 7; June 27, Friday, 8 p.m.; and June28, Saturday, 8 p.m.

Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Sol Gabetta will play Shostakovich's Cello Concerto No. 2 withthe National Symphony, Leonard Slatkin conducting. Performancefollowed by a free discussion with Slatkin and Gabetta. Onlysubscriptions available at present. General admission tickets onsale April 11, $20-80. 202-467-4600

June 28, 2008, Saturday, 8 p.m.

St. Mark's Church, Capitol Hill, 3rd & A Streets, SE,(Capitol South Metro)

John Moran, viola de gamba, and Modern Musick will play aconcert of music by Buxtehude which features Rosa Lamoreaux,soprano, and Barbara Hollinshead, mezzo-soprano. This is the finalconcert in the 2008 Washington Early Music Festival. Ticketsavailable at the door: $20 ($15 students), reception to follow.

June 29, 2008, Sunday, 7 p.m.

Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Yo-Yo Ma and Sol Gabetta will be featured in Leonard Slatkin'sfinal concert as the National Symphony Orchestra's Music Director.The program will include Bloch's Schelomo, Hebraic Rhapsody forCello and Orchestra, and Slatkin's Dialogue for Two Cellos andOrchestra, as well as pieces by Shostakovich, Elgar, Bernstein, andRespighi. Tickets on Sale on April 11, $25-150. 202-467-4600

September 4, Thursday, 12 noon

Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library, 901 G St, NW,Auditorium A-5

Vasily Popov, cellist, and Ralitza Patheva, pianist, willperform works by Britten, Dutilleux, and Rachmaninoff. Free.202-727-1285.

September 18, Thursday, 12:15 p.m. to 12:45

National City Christian Church, 5 Thomas Circle NW

Vasily Popov will perform works by Britten and Dutilleux. Free,202-797-0103.0

September 20, Saturday, 7 p.m.

Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Alisa Weilerstein will play Tchaikovsky's Rococo Variations withthe National Symphony Orchestra in its season opening ball concert.The program will also include Itzhak Perlman as conductor and onthe violin, and Pinchas Zukerman on the viola. 202-416-8102 fortckets to the NSO Season Opening Ball.

October 14, Tuesday, 12:10 p.m.

The Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G St, NW

Vasily Popov, cello, and Ralitza Patcheva, piano, Levine Schoolof Music faculty, will play a program to be announced. Free.www.epiphanydc.org

October 12, Sunday, 6 p.m.

St. John the Baptist Russian Orthodox Cathedral, 4001 17th St,NW

Memorial Service for Mstislav Rostropovich.

October 15, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.

Kennedy Center Terrace Theater

A concert of classical music by winners of RostropovichCommemorative Scholarships. www.kennedy-center.org/tickets.202-476-4600.

October 16, Thursday, 7:30 p.m.

Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress

An evening of remembrances of Rostropovich including the 1991Emmy Award winning documentary "Soldiers of Music: RostropovichReturns to Russia." Open to public; no tickets necessary.

October 23, Thursday, 7 p.m.; October 24, Friday, 8 p.m.;October 24, Saturday, 8 p.m.

Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Steven Isserlis will play Haydn's Cello Concerto in C major withthe National Symphony Orchestra with Ivan Fischer conducting. Onlysubscriptions currently available. 202-416-8500.

October 27, Monday, 7:30 p.m.

Kennedy Center Terrace Theater

Narek Hakhnazaryan, cellist and winner of the 2008 Young ConcertArtists International Auditions, and Noreen Polera, pianist, willplay a program of pieces by Schumann, Khudoyan, Beethoven,Shostakovich, Shchedrin, and Paganini. Tickets $30 at Young ConcertArtists of Washington, 1220 L St, NW (Suite 100-423),202-331-0405.

October 28, Tuesday, 7 p.m.

La Maison Franaise , 4101 Reservoir Road, NW

Jean-Guihen Queyras, cellist, and The Chamber Orchestra ofPhiladelphia will play a program of Lully, Rameau, Haydns CelloConcerto No. 1, and his Symphony No. 8. Queyras has a new CD,Debussy and Poulenc Cello Sonatas (Harmonia Mundi). Tickets:www.instantseats.com A wine reception to meet the artists willfollow the concert. For more information,http://www.la-maison-francaise.org/start.htm .

November 9, Sunday, 3 p.m.

Smithsonian American Art Museum, McEvoy Auditorium

Evelyn Elsing will play Debussy's Sonata for Cello and Pianowith Naoko Takao, pianist, in a Left Bank Concert Society programwhich also includes works by Moss, Dallapiccola, and Ravelperformed by Elsing, Takao, Sally McLain, and David Salness.Tickets $35/32/7 available at Left Bank Concert Society, 6502Shipyard Place, Falls Church, VA 22043. Info 703-536-0222.

November 18, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.

Kennedy Center Terrace Theater

Bryan Epperson, cello, will play Passacaille by Laks (arrangedfor cello and piano), as part of a program featuring the ARCEnsemble in music by Weinberg, Prokofiev and Weinberg. Program isone of two in the Pro Musica Hebraica series. Only subscriptionsavailable now. 202-416-8500.

December 15, Monday, 8 p.m.

Sidney Harman Hall

Daniel Muller-Schott, cello, and Angela Hewitt, piano, will playthe Gamba Sonata #2 in D Major and #3 in G Major, plus works byBeethoven. $48-38. WPAS, 202-785-9727, www.wpas.org

December 18, Thursday,

Library of Congress, Coolidge Auditorium

Carter Brey and the Harlem Quartet will play the StradivariAnniversary Concert. Tickets available Wednesday, October 1 at 10a.m. 202-397-7328, www.ticketmaster.com

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