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Learn about African American astronauts, pilots, and scientists of the past and present and their accomplishments. At the Udvar-Hazy Center on February 25th.
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This program of music by Franz Schubert is the third in the series of unique “concerts with commentary.” No composer wrote more beautiful, melodic, and accessible music than Franz Schubert.   He is the composer of such famous works as Ave Maria, Serenade, and the TroutQuintet. With this unparalleled gift for writing ear-catching melodies, his compositions have an exciting rhythmic verve. The program will include some of his charming waltzes, dramatic Impromptus, lyrical Musical Moments, and the vivacious Sonata in A major, D. 664. Join Jeffrey Siegel as he offers the opportunity to begin your journey into the world of classical music or to enhance your existing passion for the piano literature. An interactive Q and A will conclude this program.