Maury Naga Hari, Frederic Chopin, Sammy discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley

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Maury naga hari to chose from andrew massachusetts performed the scherzer movement of frederic chopin's nada for cello and piano mari sometimes the most profound impact on a young musician comes from a musical peer and that's really the case with you talk about your friend ours at the show violent sammy and donen all semi is my best friend and we've known each other for about four years now and that at the bowdoin festival in maine we were put in the same camera group and since then we've played together in about five or six different formations including stamp partners in orchestra which is really fun lot of time spent playing music he's not just inspiring guy in the concert hall he's inspiring at the mall yes yeah we spend a lot of time together both in and out of hersal so we go shopping and go to the movies and stuff like that well mari we've got a surprise for you this really is a prize ladies and gentlemen am i right you know what i'm doing you see that i've phone that joanne is holding over there we've been faced timing with sammy this whole time that's your surprise he saw your whole performance joanne bring the phone over here please hi sammy how'd you like the performance well i know she's chuck it was beautiful what do you expect to i played so beautifully i was like dancing in my door are you surprised berry surprise anything anything we want to say to sammy i guess thank you for being an amazing friend and musician sammy fill everybody in on where you're studying now as violence then i study i've been doing conservatory in boston there you go and we love seeing you sammy and love to hear you play love playing with you and thank you for participating in this wonderful surprise for your friend mari thank you for having me thanks friendship beautiful.

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