GW's Summer Piano & Chamber Music Showcase on The Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage

The GW Department of Music is thrilled to announce the faculty artists and students of GW’s Summer Piano & Chamber Music Institute will be performing on The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Millennium Stage this summer. The concert will showcase the Institute’s mixed student-faculty ensembles, performing the works of Beethoven, Brahms, Lachner, Mozart, Ravel and Rebecca Clarke. Faculty artists Malinee Peris and the Aeolus Quartet will play Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.12 in A Major, K.414.

GW’s Summer Piano & Chamber Music Institute offers area middle, high school and college students a rigorous educational opportunity to study music at the university level. Unique among musical programs in the Washington, D.C. area, the Institute places many of its students in ensembles in which resident faculty both coach, rehearse and perform side by side with the students. Each week of the Institute student-musicians are completely immersed in musical activity, including: lessons and ensemble practice with resident faculty; lectures; concerts; and masterclasses. This is the first Institute concert held at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage.