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Young Musicians Continue to Find Their Way to Classical Music

9:07AM
September
10, 2014

Classical music’s solid performance in recent years has been good enough to lift the format into second place among all public formats

Worthington Violist Shines on NPR’s From the Top

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Violist Eva Kennedy, 18, makes her third appearance on NPR's From the Top 7pm Sunday on Classical 101.
11:00AM
May
15, 2013

Most young classical musicians probably follow NPR’s From the Top. A select group have performed on the hit program. But only an elite few can boast multiple appearances on the nationally broadcast show. Eva Kennedy is one of them.

Cellist Joshua Roman on Classical 101 Friday morning

1:00PM
April
18, 2013

The press has dubbed cellist Joshua Roman a “Classical Rock Star.”  He will be in the Classical 101 studio Friday at 9am for a live interview and performance.

From the Top comes to New Albany

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From the Top's Christopher O'Riley
6:00AM
March
5, 2013

This Friday evening, From the Top will be in the Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts in New Albany at 8:00pm

Young musicians with military parents to be spotlighted

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From the Top debuted on 100 stations in 2000
6:00AM
January
10, 2012

Showcase for America’s best young musicians teams with the Military Child Education Coalition in search of young talent; The 10 most talented kids in Classical music; Gustavo Dudamel’s Mahler madness?

Worthington String Quartet Featured on NPR’s From The Top

Quartet Toujours Performs on NPRs From The Top
Quartet Toujours: Heeyeon Chung, violin, age 18 from Worthington, Kaho Sugawara, violin, age 17 from Dublin, Eva Kennedy, viola, age 16, from Worthington, and Ruthie Cordray, cello, age 18, from Worthington.
11:00AM
June
16, 2011

Quartet Toujours from Columbus’s Chamber Music Connection will appear this weekend on NPR’s From the Top.

Columbus’s (wonderful) Chamber Music Connection

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The Quartet Toujours (L-R: Heeyeon Chung, Eva Kennedy, Ruthie Cordray and Kaho Sugawara) recently performed on NPR's "From The Top".
11:52AM
April
15, 2011

The Chamber Music Connection accepts young artists from primary grades to college and places them in ensembles mentored by professional musicians.

Interview With From The Top’s Christopher O’Riley

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4:32PM
May 9, 2007

Christopher O’Riley is a classical pianist who studied at the New England Conservatory of Music, and is also the host of NPR’s “From the Top.” In this interview, O’Riley talks about how the children featured on the program are the emissaries of classical music.