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Cuesheet 2013-2014 Season

george WASHINGTON

NSO Discussion/Demonstration & Open Rehearsal

NSO Open Rehearsal: george WASHINGTONMusic meets history as state-of-the-art technology, beautiful imagery, surround-sound, spoken words, and orchestral music blend together in this new multimedia composition. Join composer Roger Reynolds and members of the NSO for a multimedia musical glimpse into the life and times of our first president.

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Learn about America’s most famous leaders and their appreciations and influences over the arts; from Lincoln’s connection to music, to Kennedy’s advocacy for the arts, to the importance placed in having White House photographers capture the president’s everyday achievements.
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Discover the multicultural heritage and history of America through explorations of immigrant life, the lives legendary pioneers like Lewis and Clark, the modern political system, and significant works of American music, including our National Anthem.
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