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Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Cello & Isata Kanneh-Mason, Piano (Virtual Watch Party) Photo
Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Cello & Isata Kanneh-Mason, Piano (Virtual Watch Party) Photo
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Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Cello
Isata Kanneh-Mason, Piano
Virtual Watch Party

Sunday, November 29, 2020, 3:00 PM Live Q&A at 4PM (EST) with the artists will follow the streamed performance. The streamed concert will remain available on demand through Tuesday, December 8. VIRTUAL WATCH PARTY: STREAM FROM HOME!

Program

BEETHOVEN Andante—Allegro vivace from Sonata No. 4 in C Major, Op. 102, No. 1
SAINT-SAËNS The Swan
RACHMANINOFF Sonata in G Minor for Cello and Piano, Op. 19

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Ticket Info

FREE! Please RSVP here. The concert stream will be available via this page, and a direct link will be emailed to everyone who RSVPs.

Is there something that you would like to ask Sheku and/or Isata during the post-concert live Q&A? You can submit your questions in advance hereYou may even be chosen to ask them a question live on camera!

About the Artist

There is something almost storybook in the tale of the Kanneh-Mason family: 21-year-old Sheku, winner of the 2016 BBC Young Musician of the Year, enchanted over 35 million people across the world playing at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle; his older sister, Isata, soared to the top of the U.K. classical charts with her solo album debut last year. They are two of seven siblings, all of whom are highly-accomplished musicians. For their long-anticipated Princeton University Concerts debut, the brother-sister duo invite us into their magical family’s home in Nottingham, England for an intimate performance of two monumental sonatas for cello and piano by Ludwig van Beethoven and Sergei Rachmaninoff and Saint-Saëns' soaring "Swan" before inviting viewers to chat in a live Q&A.

This event will be the culmination of an almost month-long focus on the extraordinary Kanneh-Mason family. Over the coming weeks we will share curated playlists by several of the seven (!) musician siblings, and engage in free virtual conversation with parents Kadiatu and Stuart Kanneh-Mason about their musical family, the issue of race in classical music, and more, moderated by WNYC host Helga Davis.

Thanks to The Simple Stove for offering an Afternoon Tea box to compliment the concert. Ordering is now closed but visit their website for more information on their delicious food.

Artist Websites

Sheku Kanneh-Mason »
Isata Kanneh-Mason »

Cellist Sheku and pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason make their virtual PUC debut live from Nottingham, England.

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“A Brother and Sister Triumph Together”

- The New York Times