Thursday, October 29, 2009

President And First Lady Obama's White House East Room Increasingly Getting Makeover As Musicians And Artists Den

First Lady Michelle Obama has created the new The White House Music Series to celebrate the arts, to demonstrate the importance of arts education, and to encourage young people who believe in their talent to create a future for themselves in the arts community be it as a hobby or as a profession. On Wednesday, November 4, First Lady Michael Obama will welcome violinist Joshua Bell, cellist Alisa Weilerstein, guitarist Sharon Isbin and pianist Awadagin Pratt to the White House's East Room to take part in the event that will include student workshops for 120 middle and high school students followed by an evening concert. Previous White House Musicians and Artists Den events have featured jazz, country and Latin musicians. President Obama will make remarks at the evening concert that will feature the four musicians performing solo works and that will be streamed live on

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Coming Tomorrow: Pan Cogito finally reviews KQED's "Keeping Score".


Blogger JMW said...

Damn, how do you get invited to perform there?

8:15 AM  
Blogger Garth Trinkl said...

You should know!

How did you get invited to perform at the White House years ago?



8:16 AM  

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