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Korean Culture Week: Heart to Heart Orchestra’s Classical Style

Korean Culture Week’s opening night starts things off classical with a performance of beloved works from cinema, opera, and the Western tradition by the esteemed Heart to Heart Orchestra at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage on Tuesday, Sept. 25.

Tuesday, September 25 at 6:00 p.m. | FREE (NO RSVP) 
Millennium Stage at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 
2700 F St NW, Washington, DC 20566

Heart to Heart Orchestra, established in 2006, is a symphony orchestra comprised of musicians with developmental disabilities. Initially founded to provide music education opportunities to young people with developmental disabilities and to increase access to music, the orchestra has been successfully performing for the ten years to improve social understanding for people with disabilities.

The orchestra’s members aims to cultivate the experience and excitement of classical music by creating a community of friends, including world-class artists and guest faculty. The orchestra has performed on prestigious stages, including at the Seoul Arts Center, and toured internationally in the United States and Canada. With inspiring performances that transcend the notion of individual challenges and a commitment to enhance social inclusion of people with disabilities, the orchestra has communicated and connected with audiences from all walks of life. The orchestra performed on tour in Los Angeles and Chicago in 2008 and Vancouver, Canada in 2017, while also collaborating with art groups in Korea and around the world.

Visit the Heart to Heart Orchestra website for more information.

Program

W.A. Mozart | Overture from the Opera <The Marriage of Figaro>, K.492
E. Morricone | “Gabriel's Oboe” from the Movie <The Mission>
V.Monti | Czardas
Amazing Grace
E. Elgar | Pomp and Circumstance March No.1 in D Major, Op.39
G. Rossini | Overture from the Opera <William Tell>