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From the Top at Carnegie Hall, hosted by celebrated pianist Christopher O'Riley, showcases the top-notch skills, offbeat humor and compelling stories of America's best young classical musicians. This video podcast offers interviews, at-home videos, Carnegie performances, out-takes and raw, unedited rehearsals.
 
Watch full episodes of PBS' From the Top at Carnegie Hall, showcasing America’s most extraordinary young musicians aged 8 to 18. Based on the popular NPR program and hosted by acclaimed pianist Christopher O’Riley, the television series takes viewers behind the scenes with today’s rising young musicians, and captures the excitement of their Carnegie Hall debuts.
 
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The Interlochen Arts Academy Chamber Orchestra, under the dynamic direction of conductor Matthew Hazelwood, performs “Simple Gifts” from Copland’s Appalachian Spring to kick off this episode of From the Top at Carnegie Hall. Kevin Bao, an 11-year old pianist from Mason, Ohio volunteers with the Bach, Beethoven, Brahms Club and taught his sister to …
 
This week on From the Top at Carnegie Hall, we see Johann Sebastian Bach through the eyes of 11-year old Hilda Huang from Palo Alto, California, who plays the piano and hopes to share her love of Bach’s music with the world. We then meet 15-year old Kyla Moskovich from Tarrytown, New York who grew up playing her trumpet at jazz clubs, where she was…
 
MacKenzie Melemed is a 12-year-old pianist from Paxton, Massachusetts. MacKenzie is a bowling champion and a master magician in addition to being a skilled pianist. His pursuit of the piano has enabled him to meet President Bush, Rosie O’Donnell, and Marvin Hamlishch. On the stage of Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall, MacKenzie plays Sonata No. 1 in F m…
 
Tonight on From the Top at Carnegie Hall, we meet 13-year old violinist Chad Hoopes from Shaker Heights, Ohio and 17-year old violist Shundeena Beard from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Chad, who comes from a very musical family, is somewhat of a local celebrity in his hometown where he was recently featured in a Cleveland Indians television commercial.…
 
Jingchen Sun is a 17-year-old marimba player from Elmhurst, New York. Inspired by a chance meeting with the great marimba player and composer Keiko Abe, Jingchen gives an energetic performance of Ultimatum I by Nebojsa Jovan Zivkovic in front of a live audience at Carnegie Hall.저자 WGBH Lifestyles Unit
 
This week on From the Top at Carnegie Hall, we learn that no matter how far from home we are, we always have a home in the things we love. Seventeen-year old pianist Ronald Joseph grew up outside of New Orleans, but temporarily relocated to New York in the wake of Hurricane Katrina to study at the Juilliard School before returning home to finish ou…
 
This week on From the Top at Carnegie Hall, we go behind the scenes with extraordinary young performers from both coasts. Fifteen-year old Clare Yeo from New York, New York plays the piano and often jokes that she has very small hands, but plays very big pieces. Matthew Woodard is a 13-year old composer and violinist from South Hadley, Massachusett…
 
This week, renowned violinist Gil Shaham appears on From the Top at Carnegie Hall joined by 10-year old violinist and Red Sox fan Alice Ivy-Pemberton from New York City for a performance of the third movement Allegro from Bach’s Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor, BWV 1043. Alice, who frequents Lincoln Center’s violin shop and spends a great deal …
 
Matthew Lipman is a 16-year-old violist from outside Chicago, Illinois. We visit him at home, where he likes to practice in the bathroom. Matthew is an affable and dedicated violist with a family to match – his mother drives him two hours to his lessons and, although his father was recently laid off, the family still finds a way for Matthew to purs…
 
The stage is packed with teenagers this evening when From the Top at Carnegie Hall welcomes the Young People’s Chorus of New York City along with their passionate Founder and Artistic Director Francisco J. Nunez. After a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the lives of some of its young performers, the chorus performs Jim Papoulis’s Panta Rhei (All Thin…
 
Daniel Song is a 12-year-old pianist from Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. On the stage of Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall, Daniel plays Transcendental Etude No. 7 in E-flat major (Eroica) by Franz Liszt. Before From the Top at Carnegie Hall, Daniel’s grandfather had never seen him perform, but after the show, the two are reunited backstage.…
 
Tonight on From the Top at Carnegie Hall we meet a young lady who takes the artistry of performing classical music to a new level by infusing her performances with her sense of personal style. Eleven-year old violinist Simone Porter from Seattle, Washington designs her own concert attire and frequently bases her designs on what repertoire she’s per…
 
Caeli Smith is a 15-year-old violinist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Before her performance on stage at Carnegie Hall in New York, she rehearses Bordel 1900 from “L’Histoire du Tango” by Astor Piazzolla, with Piazzolla’s pianist Pablo Ziegler and From the Top at Carnegie Hall host Christopher O’Riley.…
 
The musical talents of a brother and sister team of violinists are showcased when the Switala Duo from Grapevine, Texas performs Passacaglia (after Handel) on this episode of From the Top at Carnegie Hall. Double bassist Kiyoe Wellington is fifteen-years old and hails from Kaneohe, Hawaii. She comes from a family of bassists, and in honor of the mu…
 
This week, From the Top at Carnegie Hall showcases young performers from all across the country, beginning with 11-year old cellist Lev Mamuya from Newton, Massachusetts. One of the youngest performers to appear on the television show, Lev is also a proud member of Red Sox Nation and can’t get enough of his favorite candy, Skittles. We then meet 18…
 
The Maggiore Trio plays Finale: Presto (Gypsy Rondo), Piano Trio in G major, by Franz Joseph Haydn on the stage of Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall. The Maggiore Trio is made up of 12-year-old Anna JiEun Lee on the violin, 11-year-old Alice Burla on the piano, and 13-year-old cellist Taeguk Mun.저자 WGBH Lifestyles Unit
 
Fourteen-year old Travis Johnson from Milwaukie, Oregon chose the wood for his own custom-made guitar on which he performs Boppin’ by Bryan Johannson, a piece commissioned for him, on this episode of From the Top at Carnegie Hall. Seventeen-year old marimba player Jingchen Sun moved to New York City after her father sold the family’s home in China …
 
Eleven-year old Pennsylvania native Daniel Song’s dreams range from pursuing the piano professionally, to being a doctor or even a professional athlete. His grandfather, back in Korea, has never seen him perform, but on this episode of From the Top at Carnegie Hall the two are reunited backstage after Daniel performs Franz Liszt’s Transcendental Et…
 
Joshua Jones is a 16-year-old marimba player from Chicago. We visit him at home, where he describes his love for percussion and the marimba. Whether he’s accompanying the Gospel choir in his church or playing with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s Percussion Scholarship Group, Joshua finds rhythm all around him, sometimes even while doing his househ…
 
A hypnotic performance on the marimba by sixteen-year old Joshua Jones of Chicago, Illinois kicks off Season Two of From the Top at Carnegie Hall. Whether he’s accompanying the Gospel choir in his church or playing with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s Percussion Scholarship Group, Josh finds rhythm all around him, sometimes even while doing his ho…
 
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