March 27, 2024 / Modified apr 10, 2024 3:11 p.m.

"From the Top" host Peter Dugan Extempore

Peter Dugan, pianist and host of NPR's "From the Top", talks with AZPM's Andy Bade about the young performers he works with on his show.

Peter Dugan and Campbell Stewart extempore "From the Top" host Peter Dugan (left) and 17-year-old marimba player and Tucsonan Campbell Stewart (right), talk in studio.
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Pianist Peter Dugan, host of NPR’s popular program From the Top, speaks with AZPM's Andy Bade about his own performances and what it's like to work with the talented young musicians he features.

This Sunday's episode features four young musicians from Arizona. Listen live this Sunday at noon on Classical 90.5. Stream From the Top online.

From the Top Joshua Violinist Joshua Lee, 14, from Phoenix, Arizona will perform excerpts from Paganiniana by Nathan Milstein (1904-1992)
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From the Top Jacqueline Violinist Jacqueline Rodenbeck, 16, from Tucson, Arizona will perform Graceful Ghost Rag by William Bolcom (b. 1938)
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From the Top Hannah Pianist Hannah Lui, 18, from Tucson, Arizona will perform Moment Musicaux Op. 16, No. 4 in E minor by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943)
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From the Top Abraham Cellist Abraham Kim, 17, from Laveen, Arizona will perform Sonata for Cello and Piano in C minor, Op. 6 - II. Adagio by Samuel Barber (1910-1981)
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