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September 2020

Balance Campaign Presents: Why Not Wednesdays?

September 2, 2020 - September 30, 2020

Balance Campaign is thrilled to present the #WhyNotWednesdays video performance series. Check back every Wednesday through September for performances of our favorite new music solos, duos, and even a full ensemble teaser. "La bicicleta de cristal" by Angélica Negrón, ft. Emory Hensley, percussion Olmstead: II. The Ramble by Robert Olmstead, ft. Sandy Choi, violin, and Elizabeth Hill, piano Portraits of Langston: I. Prelude: Helen Keller & III. Le Grand Duc Mambo, by Valerie Coleman, ft. Meghan Shanley, flute, and Emily…

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Music of Grace Concert Series presents: Elizabeth G. Hill

September 20, 2020 - October 4, 2020

Music of Grace's 2020-2021 all-virtual season opens with a concert for solo piano featuring Artist-In-Residence, Elizabeth G. Hill. Elizabeth will be performing works by Florence Price and William Grant Still. This program will be premiered on Sunday, Sept. 20 at 5:30pm EST via the Music of Grace Concert Series Facebook and YouTube pages, and the video will remain online to view for 2 weeks afterwards. Concert is free and open to all viewers. Donations are graciously accepted.

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October 2020

Rising: Music of Beginnings

October 21, 2020 @ 8:00 PM - November 5, 2020 @ 12:00 AM

  Rising: Music of Beginnings is a virtual recital of works for solo piano musically inspired by origins. Program features works by: Tatev Amiryan, Alexandra Gardner, and Frederic Mompou. All ticketed patrons are invited to join Elizabeth for an online "Wine Down" reception and Q&A via Zoom after the recital's premiere on Wednesday, Oct. 21 at 8pm. Patrons will continue to have viewing access to this recital for 14 days, until Nov. 5, 2020. Tickets available at Eventbrite. 10% of proceeds…

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November 2020

Music that Suspends Time

November 8, 2020 @ 2:00 PM

National Philharmonic Chamber Series featuring: Laura Colgate, violin, Regino Madrid, violin, Julius Wirth, viola, Kerry Van Laanen, cello, & Elizabeth Hill, piano works by: Hildegard von Bingen, Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, Johann Sebastian Bach, Tomaso Albinoni, Arvo Pärt, Judith Lang Zaimont, and Astor Piazzolla There is nothing more powerful than being so ‘in flow’, that time feels like it is standing still. All art has the power to bring you so close to your own divinity that it transcends…

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January 2021

National Bell Festival: First and Forward

January 1 @ 4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

The National Bell Festival is thrilled to present Elizabeth Hill on piano for a program highlighting the rich diversity and history of piano works in America. Each of the featured composers, spanning more than a century of creative exploration, expands upon the musical language of heritage, of folk and sacred music, to forge new and boundary-reshaping narratives in their art. Works by: Tatev Amiryan, Alexandra Gardner, Florence Price, and William Grant Still Streaming Online - Free admission, please register here…

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Music that Travels through Space

January 17 @ 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

National Philharmonic - Chamber Series featuring: Laura Colgate, violin, Julius Wirth, viola, Lori Barnet, cello, Chris Gekker, trumpet, Suzanne Gekker, clarinet, & Elizabeth Hill, piano works by: Alistair Coleman, Lili Boulanger, Osvaldo Golijov, Manuel Ponce, Luise Adolpha Le Beau, Carson Cooman, and Claude Debussy Alas, we can’t all become astronauts, but this concert offers the next best thing. Six talented NatPhil instrumentalists bring us on a musical journey through space, exploring the universe, the moon, and the stars in a…

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Music of Grace Virtual Concert Series presents: Meraki

January 17 @ 5:30 PM

  Music of Grace Concert Series presents a program of art, readings, and music inspired by lullabies from around the world. This program features the world premiere of 2020 consortium commission, "Be Still My Child," by Anthony R. Green, performed by Meraki, with commissioned art work by Krissy Christofakis. This virtual concert will be viewable on the Music of Grace YouTube Channel. Concert is free to the public. Donations are graciously accepted via the Music of Grace website.

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Music that Celebrates Home

January 31 @ 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

National Philharmonic - Chamber Series featuring: Laura Colgate, violin, Regino Madrid, violin, Bill Neri, viola, Lori Barnet, cello, & Elizabeth Hill, piano works by: Alexandra Gardner, Philip Glass, Adolphus Hailstork, Caroline Shaw, Cécile Chaminade, and Harold Arlen A blend of local and international composers expressing the strength of home articulate the power of where you are, the acceptance and importance of now, and the value of nature as part of daily life. In particular, Caroline Shaw’s Plan and Elevation: The…

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February 2021

Music that Feeds the Soul

February 14 @ 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

National Philharmonic - Chamber Series featuring: Laura Colgate, violin, Linda Leanza, violin, Julius Wirth, viola, Todd Thiel, cello, & Elizabeth Hill, piano works by: Elena-Katz Chernin, Giacomo Puccini, Amy Beach, Eleanor Alberga, Rebecca Clarke, and Johannes Brahms Music goes beyond words, and often beyond thought. It has the power to speak straight to our innermost beings, often healing what nothing else can. As William Congreve said, "Music has charms to soothe a savage breast.” Feeling savage? Let these gorgeous, inspiring compositions soothe…

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Music of Grace Concert Series: Black History Month Composer Spotlight

February 21 @ 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Grace Episcopal Church, 1607 Grace Church Rd.
Silver Spring, MD 20910 United States

Music of Grace's 2020-2021 all-virtual season continues with a Composer Spotlight on William Grant Still, featuring a performance of his works by Artist-In-Residence, Elizabeth G. Hill. This program will be premiered on Sunday, Feb. 21 at 5:30pm EST via the Music of Grace Concert Series YouTube page, and the video will remain online to view for 2 weeks afterwards. Concert is free and open to all viewers. Donations are graciously accepted.

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