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Horace Mann Freshman Plays Violin at Carnegie Hall

RamRam Narayanan with Alla SherbakovHorace Mann School freshman and Scarsdale resident Ram Narayanan was recently selected to perform at the Crescendo Competition in Carnegie Hall. He received first prize in the competition and performed at the recital on January 19th, 2020. He performed Charles Dancla's 2nd Air Varie. This was Ram's second time performing in Carnegie Hall, as he had previously performed after getting third prize in the American Protégé Competition in 2016.

Ram is a student who lives in Scarsdale but goes to Horace Mann School in the Bronx. He has always been passionate about music, playing the violin since the age of 6, and singing Indian cultural music in the Carnatic style since the age of 4. He plays in the Horace Mann school orchestra and enjoys the music he plays there. Currently, he is learning under Mrs. Alla Sherbakov.

Aside from music, Ram also loves math and science. He received first in his chapter at the MATHCOUNTS competition.

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