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CRC Atrium Rings with Music

The University of Maryland Jazz Combo plays classic and the contemporary jazz

The University of Maryland Jazz Combo are (from l) Jon Ozment, piano; Gerry Kunkel, guitar; Timothy Powell, saxophone; Joey Antico, drums; John Previti, acoustic bass.

Photo: Debbie Accame

The ensemble plays

The National Symphony Orchestra Ensemble, featuring (from l) Julianna Nickel, flute; Sophia Kim Cook, piano; Robert Rearden, horn; and James Nickel, horn.

Photo: Debbie Accame

Urquiaga played music on a piano

Chris Urquiaga, a local singer-songwriter and pianist, played an array of pop, R&B and Latin music.

Photo: Debbie Accame

The atrium of the Clinical Research Center resounded with music this spring, delighting staff, patients and visitors. On May 21, the National Symphony Orchestra Ensemble, featuring Julianna Nickel, flute; Sophia Kim Cook, piano; Robert Rearden, horn; and James Nickel, horn, gave a concert. On May 30, Chris Urquiaga, a local singer-songwriter and pianist who performs in English, Spanish and Portuguese, played an array of pop, R&B and Latin music. And on June 6, the University of Maryland Jazz Combo presented a selection of jazz standards, old and new, bringing a sense of the classic and the contemporary to a live jazz setting. They are Jon Ozment, piano; Gerry Kunkel, guitar; Timothy Powell, saxophone; Joey Antico, drums; John Previti, acoustic bass. For a list of upcoming concerts, visit https://clinicalcenter.nih.gov/ocmr/music.html

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