Saturday, April 28, 8:00 PM | Chenery Auditorium, Kalamazoo
Endowed concert in honor of Uncle Irving
Nelson Freire has long been seen as a connoisseur’s pianist, but a series of superb recordings have raised his profile to the extent that he is now thought of as one of today’s universally recognized great musicians.
Whether playing the great warhorses of the repertoire or the gentlest miniatures, he brings to his performances a level of quiet thoughtfulness that puts him in a class of his own.
A pre-concert talk by Wayne Petty, University of Michigan, will be held at the Chenery Auditorium Reception Room at 7:00 PM (free for ticketholders).
|MOZART||Sonata in A Major, K.331|
|SCHUMANN||Fantasy in C Major, Op.17|
|BRAHMS||Four Piano Pieces, Op.119|
|DEBUSSY||“La plus que lente.” Valse pour Piano|
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