Summer Festival & Kaleidoscope Lectures

JUL 30 - AUG 3, 2018 / LEWIS & CLARK COLLEGE

Presented by Portland Piano International

Date Description

Monday, July 30

 

7PM KALEIDOSCOPE LECTURE

CONSTANCE JACKSON

"Music and Meaning"

 

8PM PERFORMANCE

TANYA GABRIELIAN

Tanya Gabrielian

Handel-Liszt Sarabande and Chaconne from Almira

Beethoven Andante Favori, WoO 57

Chopin Two Nocturnes, Op. 27, Scherzo No. 3

Schumann Papillons, Op. 2

Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue

Tuesday, July 31

 

7PM KALEIDOSCOPE LECTURE

TANYA GABRIELIAN

"Composers and Mental Illness"

 

8PM PERFORMANCE

ALEXANDER SHTARKMAN

Alexander Shtarkman

Beethoven Piano Sonata, Op. 110

Brahms 4 Ballades, Op. 10

Chopin 24 Preludes, Op. 28

Wednesday, August 1

 

7PM KALEIDOSCOPE LECTURE

LARRY SHERMAN

"Music and the Brain"

 

8PM PERFORMANCE

ANTHONY PADILLA

Anthony Padilla

J.S. Bach/F. Busoni Prelude and Fugue in E-flat Major, BWV 552 (“St. Anne’s")

A. Copland/L. Bernstein El Salón México

M. Musorgsky/V. Horowitz Pictures at an Exhibition

Thursday, August 2

 

7PM KALEIDOSCOPE LECTURE

KATHERINE FITZGIBBON

"Words and Music, the Chicken or the Egg?"

 

8PM PERFORMANCE

THE PALATINE TRIO

The Palatine Trio

Inés Voglar Belgique, violin / Nancy Ives, cello / Susan DeWitt Smith, piano

Bloch 3 Nocturnes for Piano Trio

Piazolla Oblivion

Haydn Piano Trio in G Major, Hob.XV:25 ("Gypsy Rondo")

Brahms Piano Trio No. 1 in B Major, Op. 8

Friday, August 3

 

7PM KALEIDOSCOPE LECTURE

SUSAN DEWITT SMITH

"One Pianist’s Quest; Finding Meaning in the World of Black and White"

 

8PM PERFORMANCE

ANDREW BROWNELL

Andrew Brownell

Bach Capriccio sopra la lontananza del fratello dilettissimo, BWV 992

Hummel Sonata in F-sharp minor, Op. 81

Chopin Polonaise in G-flat Major, B. 36; Nocturne in B Major, Op. 62/1; Etude in D-flat Major, Op. 25/8; Etude in F minor, Op. 25/2; Fantasie in F minor, Op. 49

“The amazing thing to me is that Dorothy Taubman never set out to develop a method to cure injured pianists. Her main intention was to teach people to play as virtuosos, but, in doing, so, she realized that the motions that were involved in virtuoso playing also cured injuries.”

Barbara Banacos