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Cameron Carpenter

After making his National Symphony Orchestra debut last month at the NSO's Season Opening Ball Concert, organist Cameron Carpenter returns to the Kennedy Center Concert Hall for a solo recital on the new Rubenstein Family Organ.  Presented by the NSO, the recital will include works originally composed for the organ, such as Bach's sunny G Major Trio Sonata, BWV 530, and Marcel Duprés familiar Variations on a Noël, as well as works for piano by Mozart and Scriabin, and the Scherzo from Tchaikovsky's "Pathétique" Symphony, all transcribed for organ by Carpenter.  Cameron will also perform the world premiere of his new composition, Music for an Imaginary Film.

Classical WETA's Deborah Lamberton welcomed Cameron Carpenter back to the Classical WETA studios to talk about his upcoming Kennedy Center recital, which takes place Wednesday, October 16, 2013 at 8:00 pm in the Concert Hall.

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