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Season 1

Episode 1

It’s all in the family as From the Top at Carnegie Hall features a sister-and-brother act from Orinda, California.

Episode 2

From the Top at Carnegie Hall welcomes two rising stars to the show.

Episode 3

The banjo as a classical instrument? Only on this episode of From the Top at Carnegie Hall.

Episode 4

Host Christopher O’Riley presents a dazzling rumba with 17-year-old saxophone player Kevin Olusola from Owensboro, Kentucky, who then outshines himself with a beatbox performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony.

Episode 5

From the Top at Carnegie Hall presents a piano extravaganza featuring Alice Burla, 10, one of the youngest students at Juilliard.

Episode 6

Famed violinist Joshua Bell takes to the stage in From the Top at Carnegie Hall, where he is joined by 13-year-old classical guitarist and bobble-head collector Timothy Callobre from Pasadena, California.

Episode 7

The stage is packed full of teenagers as From the Top at Carnegie Hall welcomes New England Conservatory’s Youth Philharmonic Orchestra with passionate conductor Benjamin Zander.

Episode 8

Piano, marimba, drums—it’s all about percussion on this episode of From the Top at Carnegie Hall.

Episode 9

Strings take center stage on this episode of From the Top at Carnegie Hall.

Episode 10

Guest star Denyce Graves shares her moving story of discovering opera as a youth in inner-city Washington, D.C., on this episode of From the Top at Carnegie Hall.

Episode 11

Host Christopher O’Riley welcomes The Bone Rangers, a teenage trombone quartet from Chicago, and Roderick Demmings, a 13-year-old pianist from Dallas, Texas.

Episode 12

The Chicago Children’s Choir, under their dynamic director Josephine Lee, offers stirring renditions of the spiritual “Elijah Rock” and the South African spiritual “Lizela.”

Episode 13

Host Christopher O’Riley welcomes 17-year-old clarinetist Nicholas Graham, from Spartanburg, South Carolina, and roller-coaster-loving Conrad Tao, a 12-year-old “triple threat” from New York.

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