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Pianists Christina and Michelle Naughton | Photo by Lisa Marie Mazzucco
Enter the world of the mesmerizing piano duo Christina and Michelle Naughton, acclaimed by the Washington Post as “on a level with some of the greatest piano duos of our time.” With seamless communication and captivating performances, they have enraptured audiences worldwide, showcasing a diverse repertoire from classical to contemporary compositions. Recognized as the first piano duo to receive the Avery Fisher Career Grant, their career soared with debut recitals at the Kennedy Center and orchestral performances with prestigious ensembles.
Passionate about American 20th-century music, they have premiered works by renowned composers and curated projects dedicated to this theme. As soloists, they have graced the stages of prominent orchestras worldwide under the batons of eminent conductors. Witness the extraordinary synergy and brilliance of these two exceptional pianists as they perform the first piano four hands concert in Master Players history.
“Christina and Michelle Naughton… enter a sphere in which duos are not often encountered: that of downright idyllic spontaneity” - Rheinische Post
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Virtual tickets will not be available for this performance.