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Naughton Piano Duo

November 16  Tuesday at 7:30 pm


Extraordinary twins –extraordinary sound.

A rare chance to experience two minds – performing as one.

They’re identical twins… paired to perfection.  “I am ready to put them on a level with some of the greatest piano duos of our time” writes The Washington Post. The first such duo to receive Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Career Grants, the sisters have been a revelation for the classical music world. Now it’s your turn to be stunned by the intimacy of their connection. Enjoy works of Bernstein, Copland, Adams, and more.

Four hands on two (and sometimes only one) Steinway grand pianos — this is our Margaret Baxtresser Annual Piano Concert.

Watch the Naughton Piano Duo perform.


An All-American Program:

BERNSTEIN  Candide for Four Hands

COPLAND  Simple Gifts

JOHN ADAMS  Roll over Beethoven

SCHOENFELD  Five Days in the Life of a Manic Depressive

Naughton Video


“Indeed, I’m ready to put them on a level with some of the greatest piano duos of our time...They have to be heard to be believed” said The Washington Post of Christina and Michelle Naughton. They have captivated audiences throughout the globe with the unity created by their mystical communication, as reported by the Wall Street Journal, in Christina’s own words, “There are times I forget we are two people playing together”. The Naughtons work as a duo was recently recognized in 2019 as they became the first piano duo to receive the Avery Fisher Career Grant presented by Lincoln Center.


More about the duo:

Listen Magazine Feature: Playing Double

The Sisters Naughton go it togehter

ANYONE SEARCHING FOR insight into the power and mystery of the human genome won’t find it in a piano recital. But identical twins Christina and Michelle Naughton could leave you with plenty to ponder.

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