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CRC Atrium Is Like Carnegie Hall

NSO and NIH horn players perform holiday songs in CC atrium

Six NSO horn players join members of the NIH Community Orchestra horn section for a holiday sing-along.

Photo: Debbie Accame

Pianist, violinist perform classical music in CC atrium.

Pianist Hui-Chuan Chen and violinist Kenneth Naito (r) perform classical music

Photo: Debbie Accame

It is getting to be a rare event when the atrium of the Clinical Research Center does not host a performance of live music. Recently, horn players from the National Symphony Orchestra were joined by members of the NIH Community Orchestra horn section for a holiday sing-along. On Jan. 18, pianist Hui-Chuan Chen and violinist Kenneth Naito performed Mozart’s violin concerto No. 5, Brahms’ violin concerto D major, 2nd and 3rd movement and Waxman’s Carmen Fantasie. Chen has a Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins Peabody Institute and is on the faculty at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. Naito is a student at the Juilliard School Pre-College.

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