- Presented by: CU Performing Arts
- Intermission: One
- Venue: Grusin Music Hall
- Grusin Music Hall, Boulder, CO 80302
Angelina Gadeliya returns to Boulder from the University of Connecticut, where she is professor of piano, to perform works by Richard Danielpour, Franz Liszt and Alberto Ginastera.
Performance date and time:
Monday, March 18, 7:30 p.m.
Recent works by distinguished American composer Richard Danielpour, including his 2017 "The Four Elements," are complemented by Liszt's dramatic and beautiful B-minor Ballade and Ginastera's rhythmic and enchanting "Danzas Argentinas"; as well as a special appearance by Professor of Piano David Korevaar, who will join Gadeliya in a performance of Barber's infectious "Hesitation Tango" for four hands.
Pianist Angelina Gadeliya leads a rich musical life as a soloist, chamber musician, new music expert and educator. Gadeliya is currently serving as the assistant professor in residence of piano and director of keyboard studies at the University of Connecticut in Storrs. Her work with Ensemble Connect and the Decoda ensemble has frequently brought her to the stages of Carnegie Hall and The Juilliard School, as well as to Germany, South Korea, Abu Dhabi, Princeton University, the Trinity Wall Street series and various New York locales. This past summer, she joined the faculty at the Beijing International Music Festival and Academy.
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