Let’s spend some time having fun with Beethoven and Brahms, two of the greatest composers of the 19th century.
In the first half, we’ll explore the brooding op. 90 sonata in E Minor, moving in “chromatic order”, to the dramatic op. 54 in F Major and on to the joyous op 78 in F# Major, followed by the lighthearted op. 79 in G Major.
The Second half, “Brahms the transcriber, Brahms the transcribed”, will present the rarely-heard piano transcriptions by Max Reger of familiar Brahms Symphonic movements as well as new insight into Brahms’ own works transcribed for solo piano.
ABOUT THE SERIES
The Resonance Masters’ Series brings the best and brightest to the heart of the eastside. We seek to connect renowned performers with local student musicians. We provide opportunities to learn and engage with talented and skillful artists.
MASTERCLASS WITH URIEL TSACHOR
Mr. Tsachor will conduct a masterclass with local students of the piano a day earlier on Saturday, March 7, 2019 beginning at 1:00 pm. Admission to the masterclass is free and open to the public. No ticket purchase or registration is needed to attend.
To participate and perform in the masterclass, please have your teacher email firstname.lastname@example.org with link to a recording of your recent playing. Spots are limited, so please apply early to ensure availability. A member of our team will contact you to provide further instructions.
ABOUT THE CLINICIAN/PERFORMER
An internationally active soloist and chamber musician, Uriel Tsachor is a Steinway artist. A dedicated pedagogue, he teaches an internationally diverse studio at the University of Iowa School of Music.
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