Violinist Foster Wang, pianist Victoria Lee and cellist Anthony Sabatino, each 17 years old, met while studying music in the pre-college division at the Juilliard School in New York City. They perform the opening movement from Mendelssohn's Piano Trio in D minor. "The piece is like a big conversation between the three of us," Victoria says.
Crawford Wiley, 17, made the jump from piano to organ three years ago after trying out the organ at his church. "I started to realize there is so much more you can do with the organ," he says. "The sound is so loud and the repertoire is so interesting." Crawford especially loves practicing at his church after hours, when no one else is around. He plays music from Hermann Schroeder's Little Prelude and Intermezzi.
Teen Keyboardist Thrives on Big Sound of the Organ