Said The Washington Post of twin sister piano duo Christina and Michelle Naughton: “They have to be heard to be believed.” And indeed, the pair performs with an almost inconceivably telepathic connection. For The Angel’s Share, the Naughtons will play a program bookended by Leonard Bernstein, in celebration of his 100th birthday year (and also because his final resting place is but a stone’s throw from the catacombs). In between, the pair will alternate between American and French composers, including Ravel’s shimmering Ma mère l'Oye and Debussy’s En Blanc et Noir.
Hear and believe. The Naughtons are unlike any other ensemble, and watching them commune up close is a one-of-a-kind, unforgettable musical experience.