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Kaffeehaus Performance Series
WWS extends its heart-felt appreciation to both the artist performers and audience members who supported the 2016-2017 Kaffeehaus Series.
Donations and ticket proceeds support the WWS Annual Fund and future Kaffeehaus performances.
The 2016 -2017 Kaffeehaus performance series:
"Chamber Music Concert", dedicated to Donald Bufano, former WWS Class Teacher, parent of alumni, and current Baltimore Waldorf School teacher. Musical Selections from Beethoven, Kreisler and Tchaikovsky, performed by WWS parents: Adria Sternstein Foster, Principal Flute, Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra; Dan Foster, Principal Violist, National Symphony Orchestra; Joel Fuller, Violin, National Symphony Orchestra; Brad Clark, piano; and the WWS 7th Grade String Quartet. Sunday, March 19, 2017, 5pm
"Singer-Songwriter Night: Jazz Standards and New" - WWS Alumnus and Faculty member, Robert Coleman, and Faculty member, Russell Kramer. Friday, February 3, 2017, 7-9pm.
“An Evening of Song with Sophie and Simon” - Broadway Favorites and Contemporary Ballads. WWS Class of 2018, Sophie Chambers and friend, Simon Diesenhaus. Friday, January 27, 2017, from 7-9 p.m.
"Journeys: Dramatic Speech Performance" - Debbie Spitulnik. Sunday, November 13, 2016, 4:30 p.m.
2015-2016 Kaffeehaus Performance Series
April 2016: We are grateful to have wonderfully talented parents in our community. In April 2016, music artists Joel Fuller, First Violinist, National Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Foster, Principal Violist, National Symphony Orchestra; David Teie, Cellist, National Symphony Orchestra; Adria Sternstein Foster, Principal Flutist, Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra; and Brad Clark, piano, performed Chamber music by Mozart and Kuhlau before an intimate audience of 55 WWS community members. The evening opened with Quartet in D major, K. 155, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), performed by the WWS 6th Grade String Quartet – “The No Violist Quartet”; followed by Trio Op. 119 for Flute, Cello and Piano, by Friedrich Kuhlau (1786-1832); performed by Ms. Sternstein Foster, Mr. Teie and Mr. Clark. The program ended with Divertimento in Eb major, K 563, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; performed by Mr. Fuller, Mr. Foster, and Mr. Teie. Many thanks to our performers and our host, Brad Clark, for offering a truly wonderful musical evening all for the benefit of the Washington Waldorf School.
February 2016: Many thanks to faculty member Russell Kramer and students, and members of The Kids Don't Stand a Chance band for an amazing performance at the inaugaral WWS Kaffeehaus! We were thrilled to welcome over 50 guests to enjoy original music by Russell, and toe-tapping tunes by the WWS parent infused band. Special thanks to Red Velvet Cupcakery for their donation of fresh cupcakes. Thank you to our patrons whose donations raised $600 for the WWS Annual Fund!