Kay Robbins, pianist & music educator, performs works by Bach, Beethoven, & Chopin, as well as classical & popular pieces on nature themes, from “Clair de Lune” to “Autumn Leaves”. Interesting commentary before each selection.
However, we will return next Wednesday, October 9 @ noon!
Concert pianist Christopher Schindler, performs “Italian Concerto” of J.S. Bach, the 7th Sonata of Prokofiev and pieces by Fauré and Messiaen.
Natalia Kazaryan pianist, performs an all-female composer program which includes works by Clara Schumann, Amy Beach, Lili Boulanger, Joan Tower, Fanny Mendelssohn and Grazyna Bacewicz. This is the same recital that she played at the Smithsonian Portrait Gallery in August 2019.
From Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, pianist Natalia Kazaryan has been hailed by The New York Sun for her “prodigious ability,” remarking that she “immediately established an atmosphere of strength and confidence.” A winner of Astral’s 2016 National Auditions, she has also captured top prizes in numerous international competitions, including the Eastman Young Artists International Piano Competition, the Kosciuszko Foundation Chopin Competition, and the Second New York Piano Competition. In 2012, she was the First Prize winner of the Concours FLAME in Paris and the Second Prize winner of Concours international de piano d’Ile de France.
Rich Hinrichsen baritone, will perform a program of vocal tangos from Argentina by CARLOS GARDEL and ALFREDO LE PERA, and others.
Rich is a singer, jazz pianist, and bassist. Over the years Rich developed a love for tango, which began when he saw Al Pacino play a blind man who danced tango in “Scent of a Woman.” He discovered that the tango in the movie was written by the great Carlos Gardel, and after hearing Gardel sing, was sold on learning those beautiful songs. Rich travelled to Buenos Aires to visit the last resting place of Carlos Gardel and to learn from singer Micaela Vita to bring tango to life and discover his own singing style. He has recently published a book of vocal tangos arranged for high and low voices.
Oh no! Who will play the organ from down below? Creepy, kooky, mysterious, & spooky…spirited musicians perform!
Marlise Stroebe, concert pianist will present a concert with friends Randy Hobson, piano and Aaron Hobson vocals. Marlise and Randy will play piano 4 hands music to include Pachelbel, Mozart, Brahms, Gershwin & Cole Porter. Aaron will sing a variety of show tunes with Randy at the piano. Marlise will add some solo classical, jazz and folk pieces. This will be a fun concert with lots of variety.
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