Category Archives for Spring 2016 Performances
On April 18, 2016, the students taking applied music lessons gave a recital to showcase their accomplishments during the semester. *No photo: Hannah Gregor, piano, performed Ivan Sings by Aram Khachaturian.
On April 9, 2016, Roy Sonne, violin, Yeeha Chiu, piano, and Adam Liu, cello, gave a superb performance of chamber music. Some pieces were for trio, while others were duets. Pieces included were composed by Haydn, Arensky, Beach, Rachmaninoff, and Bloch. … Continue reading
The University of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, lead by conductor Roger Zahab, gave an exceptional performance of challenging pieces on March 20, 2016.
On March 18, 2016, Hannah Levinson, viola, and Eric Moe, piano, gave a wonderful performance of music written for viola.
On February 20, 2016, William McNally, piano, gave a wonderful performance of Rachmaninoff pieces and Ragtime music. Pittsburgh native William McNally began his formal piano studies at age seven. Shortly after his ninth birthday, he performed for the first … Continue reading
The Evolution of the Silent Spring Project Music by Mark Fromm A Citizen of the 21st Century Looks Back (2009) (excerpts) Sonata Deus Ex Machina (2006) I. Deus Ex Borealis (2005) II. Dance e to the x (2013) Silent Spring … Continue reading
On February 4, 2016, the Chamber Orchestra of Pittsburgh gave a strings only performance. The Chatham Choir joined the Chamber Orchestra for two songs. Chamber Orchestra Members Edward Leonard, Conductor Violin I: Anne Jackovic, Concertmaster; Dawn Posey; Jennifer Madge Violin … Continue reading
On January 23, 2016, the Kassia Ensemble gave an exceptional premier performance. The Kassia Ensemble is a newly formed chamber group in the city of Pittsburgh. Comprised exclusively of women, its members also hold positions in the Pittsburgh Opera and … Continue reading
On Friday, January 15, 2016, Walter Morales performed his fifth installment of Beethoven Piano Sonatas.