Jun 292012
 

Grapevine, Texas
June 27, 2012

William was a featured solo performer this week during the live show and taping of NPR’s nationally acclaimed radio show “From the Top.”  The show was taped in front of a sold-out audience at the historic Palace Theater in Grapevine, Texas on June 27, 2012.  The audience included a large contingent from the Military Child Education Coalition who sponsored this special show that featured young musicians from military families.

“What an incredible experience – I had a great time meeting other military kids who share my passion for classical music!  Christopher O’Riley is a terrific host and mentor.  The entire “From the Top” organization is first-class.  The entire crew made us all feel like professionals and I’m confident we put together a very entertaining and enjoyable show.  I feel inspired and look forward to promoting classical music as we discussed during our post-show Arts Leadership seminar.”

 – William Hume

William playing for General Martin Dempsey, 18th Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and his wife during a special pre-show preview.

 

“From The Top” Host Christopher O’Riley and William after the show.

The show that features William and other young performers from military families will broadcast nationally the week of October 1, 2012.  Check your local National Public Radio (NPR) listings for specific dates and times!  You can also listen online and subscribe to podcasts at fromthetop.org.

Look for Show 256 – Military Child Education Conference in Grapevine, Texas.

See “Show 256 Sneak Peek” on From the Top’s Green Room Blog!

From the Top is an independent 501(C)3 non-profit organization that identifies, supports, and celebrates the nation’s exceptional young classical musicians through media, live events, scholarship and education programs.  From the Top prepares young musicians to connect with audiences, serve as positive role models, and give back to their communities.  These performers inspire the pursuit of excellence and encourage participation in the arts as an integral part of a vibrant and civil society.”  (From the Top Information Pamphlet)

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