"What Makes It Great" with Rob Kapilow and the Rawlins Piano Trio, performing Beethoven's "Archduke Trio"
Thursday, November 21, 2013 from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM (CST)
Rob Kapilow has been helping audiences hear more in great music for two decades with his What Makes It Great? series on NPR's Performance Today, at Lincoln Center, and in concert halls throughout the US and Canada. Teaming up with the Rawlins Trio of the University of South Dakota, Kapilow will explore Beethoven's "Archduke Trio" in a performance at the National Music Museum. Kapilow's down-to-earth approach makes music history easy to grasp no matter what your musical background.
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National Music Museum
The National Music Museum is the world’s most comprehensive collection of musical instruments, spanning 500 years of global culture. It houses 15,000+ musical instruments, from priceless Italian violins to celebrity guitars, from organs to orchestrion, from harps to harpsichords, from dombaks to didgeridoos, from Les Paul to Sgt. Pepper, from Stradivari to Elvis. With its extensive archives of instrument-related materials, and offering the only graduate degree in musical instruments in North America, the NMM is the epicenter of musical-instrument research. Far from the museums on the National Mall in D.C., the NMM is one national museum not to be missed.