Ward Recital Hall - The Catholic University of America

7/27

John O'Conor

The guest artist performs in this concert presented by the Washington International Piano Festival. At the Ward Recital Hall.
7/27

Young Pianists Showcase

A piano showcase presented by the Washington International Piano Festival. At the Ward Recital Hall.
7/28

Chongxiao Liu and Wei Gong

The two guest pianists perform in a concert presented by the Washington International Piano Festival. At the Ward Recital Hall.
7/28

Young Pianists Showcase

A piano showcase presented by the Washington International Piano Festival. At the Ward Recital Hall.
7/29

Auditions for The Catholic University of America First Annual Piano Competition

Musicians vie for a chance to compete in the CUA's first annual piano competition. At the Ward Recital Hall.
7/30

Ralitza Patcheva

Guest artist Ralitza Patcheva performs in this concert presented by the Washington International Piano Festival. At the Ward Recital Hall.
7/30

Young Pianists Showcase

A youth pianists showcase presented by the Washington International Piano Festival. At the Ward Recital Hall.
7/31

Yoshio Hamano

Guest artist Yoshio Hamano performs in this concert presented by the Washington International Piano Festival. At the Ward Recital Hall.
8/3

Closing Concert of the 2014 Washington International Piano Festival Participants

The final performance in the piano festival presented by the Catholic University of America's Benjamin T. Rome School of Music. At the Ward Recital Hall.
8/3

Santiago Rodriguez

The guest artist performs as a part of the 2014 Washington International Piano Festival. At the Ward Recital Hall.
8/3

Young Pianist Showcase

The winners of The Catholic University of America Piano Competition perform in a showcase presented by the Washington International Piano Festival. At the Ward Recital Hall.
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Editorial Review

The music department at Catholic uses the Ward Recital Hall. This charming building was originally intended as a facility for a school of liturgical music; consequently, it resembles a chapel. Of particular note is the use of this hall by the university's Music Theater Research Project, which stages concert versions of historic musicals. The project has revived such early Broadway musicals as "Florodora," "Sally" and "Irene."

--Brad Hathaway