National Chamber Ensemble Presents: ‘David Dubal, Schubert, and Champagne!’ on Saturday, February 8th at 7:30 PM by Jane Coyne

National Chamber Ensemble, David Dubal, Schubert, and Champagne!

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Sonata in A minor “Arpeggione” for Cello and Piano, D. 821

Six Dances (David Dubal, piano)

Piano Trio in E flat No. 2 Op.100

David Dubal (guest host/piano), Leo Sushansky (Artistic Director/violin),
Kathryn Brake (piano), and Lukasz Szyrner (cello)

Internationally celebrated pianist, author, teacher, writer, and broadcaster David Dubal is set to host National Chamber Ensemble’s “Schubert and Champagne” concert on Saturday, February 8, 2014 at 7:30 PM. Dubal’s acclaimed books include The Art of the Piano, Evenings with Horowitz, Reflections from the Keyboard, The Essential Canon of Classical Music, and Conversations with Yehudi Menuhin. Dubal is the recipient of the first ASCAP/Deems Taylor Award for broadcast journalism. He has been honored with a George Foster Peabody Award for innovative broadcasting, and is also the recipient of an Emmy Award for his work as writer and host of the critically acclaimed documentary The Golden Age of the Piano. A faculty member of the Juilliard School and the Manhattan School of Music, Dubal the host and producer for a new program, Piano Matters, a weekly program highlighting the piano in comparative performances and noteworthy “encores.” Piano Matters can be heard on The Classical Network and Wednesday nights at 10 p.m. and again Sundays at noon (EST) Listeners may also enjoy Piano Matters with David Dubal at their leisure via webcasts at

The National Chamber Ensemble is redefining the meaning of “chamber music.” With its creative six seasons of programming, incorporating tango, ballet, jazz, guitar, opera, children’s choruses, stage sets and multimedia with traditional classical fare, the ensemble attracts a whole new audience while keeping traditionalists happy! The concerts are fun, inspiring, educational, listener-friendly and offer the area’s most enjoyable musical evening.

A complimentary champagne reception and artist meet and greet will follow this performance. All concert attendees are welcome.

Tickets and Information: Tickets are $30 for Adults and $15 for Students for National Chamber Ensemble’s Schubert and Champagne concert are available on online, by phone at 888.841.2787, or at the door. For more information, visit the National Chamber Ensemble website.

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National Chamber Ensemble’s
“Schubert and Champagne”
Saturday, February 8, 2014 at 7:30pm

At the:
Rosslyn Spectrum Theatre at Artisphere
1611 North Kent Street (off Wilson Boulevard), in Arlington, VA –2 blocks from the Rosslyn Metro. There is free garage parking in the
Spectrum Garage, entrance in back from Arlington Ridge Road).

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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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