Hsu joins an international pianists' collective during the United Nations Climate Change Conference to spotlight climate change. This adventurous program celebrates our planet with diverse aesthetics and a little audience participation, ending with Scriabin's fiery "Vers La Flamme." The program also features Rachmaninoff, Debussy and Ravel. Read more about Hsing-ay Hsu at hsingayhsu.com.
PROGRAM: Cesar Camargo Mariano: "Samambala"; Hugo Fatturoso: "Piano, Pandeiro e passarinho"; Sergei Rachmaninoff: "Daisies"; Maurice Ravel: "Oiseaux Tristes"; Georges Bizet: "La Coccinelle"; Katharina Rosenberger: "Sky"; Richard Strauss: "Morgen"; Claude Debussy: "Nuages"; Performance for Climate Change; Camille Saint-Saëns, arr. Leopold Godowsky: "The Swan"; Luciano Berio: "Wasserklavier"; Lola Perrin: "Fire/Imagine"; Alexander Scriabin: "Vers La Flamme"; George Weiss and Bob Thiele: "What a Wonderful World"
Featuring Hsing-ay Hsu and Andrew Cooperstock, piano; Abigail Nims, mezzo soprano; Victor Mestas, piano; and Beth Osnes, actor and co-founder of CU's Inside the Greenhouse Initiative
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