Marquerite Cox: Pioneering Double Bassist

Double bassist Marquerite Cox takes us on the journey of new works by composers from the Illuminate Women’s Project as well as composer, multi-instrumentalist and interdisciplinary artist Darian Donovan Thomas.

Marquerite Cox: Pioneering Double Bassist
On Stage at Curtis

Experience the most amazing student recitals and interviews by today’s finest young classical musicians on the stage of Field Concert Hall at the Curtis Institute of Music.

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Sarah Fleiss: Captivating Voice

Soprano Sarah Fleiss takes us on a journey of two sets of songs by Bottesini and Fauré from different time periods as well as musical op ...

Air Date: October 28, 2022

Ruby Dibble singing in front of someone playing the piano

Ruby Dibble: Moving People in Song

Mezzo-soprano Ruby Dibble is a strong vocalist, a natural actress, and a moving storyteller. Ruby starts off this On Stage at Curtis ...

Air Date: January 20, 2022

Subin Lee playing the harp

Subin Lee: Emerging Harpist

Harpist Subin Lee plays Composer Henriette Renié's Trio for harp, violin, and cello, and Luke Blackburn's Menagerie of Endangered Creatures: Blue, Vanishing.

Air Date: December 16, 2021

James Vaughen playing the trumpet while his mother, Ann Newton Vaughen, plays the piano in a church

James Vaughen: Versatile Trumpeter

James Vaughn with his pianist mother Ann Newton Vaughen performs one of the few romantic pieces written originally composed for trumpet Légende by George Enesco.

Air Date: November 18, 2021

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