- Presented by: CU Performing Arts
- Venue: Grusin Music Hall
- Grusin Music Hall, Boulder, CO 80302
Vocal coach and pianist Mutsumi Moteki is joined by pianist Tamara Goldstein and mezzo soprano Abigail Nims in an evening of "Fantasies and Meditations." The program includes Schubert's "Fantasie" for piano four hands, Greg Anderson's delightful "Fantasy" pieces, the U.S. premiere of "Lear Meditations 1 and 2" by David Kirtley and Kirtley's latest song cycle, "This Wavy, Clumpy Yard of Mine."
Featuring Mutsumi Moteki and Tamara Goldstein, piano; and Abigail Nims, mezzo soprano
Performance date and time:
Tuesday, Feb. 26, 7:30 p.m.
Greg Anderson: Fantasy on “The Last Rose of Summer” for piano four-hands; Franz Schubert: Fantasie in F minor for piano four-hands, Op. 103, D. 940; David Kirtley: "This Wavy, Clumpy Yard of Mine" (World premiere); David Kirtley: "Lear Meditation 1 for solo piano" (U.S. premiere); David Kirtley: "Lear Meditation 2 for two pianos" (U.S. premiere); Frédéric Chopin: Rondo in C major for two pianos, Op. posth. 73
Please note: Due to popular demand for Faculty Tuesdays concerts, we advise arriving early to secure a seat. These concerts are general admission on a first-come-first-served basis. House doors open 30 minutes before concert start.
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