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Cheryl C. Kagan

David Roth performed this song on Sunday night. Thought I'd share the video with his co-writers. It's powerful and worth watching and sharing.Written by three award winning songwriters from California, Colorado, and Massachusetts, this song is in response to recent executive orders that would allow... ... See MoreSee Less

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Want to be blown away, music lovers? Watch Ben Folds create a song (with coaching from the audience) in 10 minutes. Amazing. And he'll be local in DC, adding his creativity to our local NSO!

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
"So I want you to know, we have not rehearsed anything here." —Dr. Charles Limb

NSO Artistic Advisor Ben Folds composes a piece LIVE with the National Symphony Orchestra and conductor Edwin Outwater during #SoundHealth in Concert: Music and the Mind, presented with the National Institutes of Health (NIH). You have to see it to believe it ↓
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The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

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This is why I create music and have had the honor and privilege of performing with the National Symphony. This is my world.

Brilliant!

Incredible!

3 weeks ago

Cheryl C. Kagan

As you may know, I'll be welcoming David Roth back to Rockville on Sunday, June 25th. His concert will be a wonderful highlight of my 15th year of hosting Folk 'N Great Music. If you've never seen him, I encourage you to watch the set he performed in my showcase room at NERFA. Enjoy!youtube.com ... See MoreSee Less

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He's amazing! If you're around, please go to see him. He's one of my buddies, too!

Looking forward to it.

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House Concerts in the News

At the very first “Folk ‘N Great Music” house concert back in 2003, Kyle Osborne was here taping.  The result was a terrific story on the local ABC-TV affiliate.

Kyle, a two-time Emmy winner for his TV work, now has a website www.EntertainmentOrDie.com devoted to “What to do, What to see, and Where to Go.” He gave our June concert a plug here.