Musicians Entertain at CRC Atrium

Frisof and Candelaria play flutes

Performing a “Concert with Two Flutes” recently at the Clinical Research Center’s first-floor atrium were Dr. Sarah Frisof (r) and Sonia Candelaria.

Photo: Debbie Accame

Smith plays the piano

Logan Smith is a young musician who enjoys spreading encouragement through his music.

Photo: Debbie Accame

Performing a “Concert with Two Flutes” recently at the Clinical Research Center’s first-floor atrium were Dr. Sarah Frisof and Sonia Candelaria. Frisof is a solo artist, an active orchestral musician and educator. She is currently an associate professor of flute at the University of Maryland. Candelaria is a musician with the U.S. Army Ceremonial Band. 

Logan Smith is a young musician who enjoys spreading encouragement through his music. Reminiscent of icons such as Billy Joel and Elton John, he writes and sings soulful ballads as well as head-bobbing catchy pop songs. 

The full National Symphony Orchestra will perform in the CRC atrium  on Thursday, Sept. 26 at 1:30 p.m. The program will include works by Vivaldi, Mozart, Copland, Mendelssohn and Ravel, among others. Featured musicians will include Carole Bean on piccolo and Matthew Guilford on bass trombone, with Steven Reineke conducting.