120 Years of Solo Piano
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
“New York’s queen of avant-garde piano” (The New Yorker) offers a sampler of solo works for her instrument, stretching from the 1890’s to the present day. Alongside works by familiar names, such as Scriabin, Glass, and Janáček, are several premieres, including a new work by the promising young composer Hannah Lash.
Bring a friend, grab a drink, and join some of today’s most interesting performers onstage at Miller Theatre on select Tuesday evenings. This fall, Miller continues its Pop-Up Concerts, an informal, free series designed to provide a chance to test out ideas and hear from new voices before they hit the Miller mainstage. This fresh take on the concert experience brings an intimate, living room-type setting to Miller’s stage. All concerts start at 6 p.m. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis, and doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Alexander Scriabin: Preludes
Op.11, no.5 (1896)
Op.27, no.2 (1900)
Op.33, n0.3 ((1903)
Op.48, no.2 (1905)
Op.51, no. 2 (1906)
Op.74, n0. 3 (1914)
Leoš Janáček: In the Mist( 1912)
Philip Glass: Etude No. 2 (1994)
Paul Kerekes: I'll move to keep things whole (2011) – New York premiere
Hannah Lash: Fast Chords (2012) – world premiere
Martin Bresnick: Strange Devotion (2010) – New York premiere
Frederic Rzewski: Piano Piece No. 4 (1979)
This performance runs approximately 50 minutes.
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