The National Chamber Ensemble’s Concert “Jewish Musical Treasures” This Saturday, November 9th at 7:30 pm at The Rosslyn Spectrum

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The National Chamber Ensemble 
2013-14 Season opening night concert:
Jewish Musical Treasures
Saturday, November 9, 2013 at 7:30 pm
Rosslyn Spectrum Theatre at Artisphere

I am looking forward to attending the opening night of the National Chamber Ensemble’s 2013-2014 Season this Saturday, November 9th, at 7:30 pm at the Rosslyn Spectrum Theatre at Artisphere, in Arlington, Virginia. The concert will feature the premiere of Trio on the Roof, a work for violin, clarinet, and piano by acclaimed composer Alexander Goldstein. The composition is based on the musical Fiddler On the Roof.

Violinist Leonid (Leo) Sushansky.
Violinist Leonid (Leo) Sushansky.

Also on the program will be works by Ernest Bloch, George Gershwin, and John Williams, as well as the premiere of “Sabbath Song” by the Obie Award-winning and Tony-nominated composer Gary William Friedman.

Guest artists include the internationally acclaimed clarinetist Julian Milkis, the only student of Benny Goodman, as well as Cantor Michail Manevich, a renowned musician and cantor of the Washington Hebrew Congregation in Washington, DC. They will be joined by Artistic Director/violinist Leo Sushansky and pianist Carlos Rodriguez.

Leo was recently featured in a wonderful Comcast Newsmakers interview in which he discussed the upcoming 2013-2014 season of the National Chamber Ensemble. Check it out. He has a fantastic season planned!

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The National Chamber Ensemble concert Jewish Musical Treasures will take place at 7:30 pm this Saturday, November 9, 2013 at the Rosslyn Spectrum Theatre at Artisphere -1611 North Kent Street, in Arlington, VA. For tickets, call the box office at (888) 841-2787, or purchase them online

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Jane Coyne
Jane Coyne has been involved in the arts for all of her life. As a singer, she has toured the country as a soloist, appearing at major venues throughout the United States, performing with musicians including Duke Ellington, Johnny Coles, Paul Gonzalves, and Tyree Glenn, and she has appeared in many musical theatre productions. She has managed the careers of a number of a number of international conductors and composers and previously served as the vice president of the National Philharmonic at Strathmore, executive director of the Maryland Classic Youth Orchestras, and associate director of Washington’s Theatre Lab School of the Dramatic Arts. Jane directs the National PTA Reflections Program (one of the largest arts education programs in the country). She is also one of the founding directors of Young Artists of America, and manages the career of her son, composer and violinist Joshua Coyne.


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