Flutist Lisa Hansen and Pianist Max Lifchitz to Perform at Lincoln Center, 2/10
North/South Consonance, Inc. continues its 33rd consecutive season of free-admission concerts on Sunday afternoon February 10 when internationally acclaimed flutist Lisa Hansen accompanied by pianist Max Lifchitz present a recital featuring chamber music by composers from Argentina, Brazil, México and the United States.
The recital will start at 2:30 PM and will take place at the Bruno Walter Auditorium of the Lincoln Center Library for the
Performing Arts (40 Lincoln Center Plaza -- Amsterdam Ave at 65th St) in Manhattan. Admission is free (no tickets necessary).
Lisa Hansen has dazzled audiences and critics alike with the expressive beauty of her and tone and the brilliant virtuosity of her technique. A graduate of The Juilliard School, Ms. Hansen has fashioned a career that is uniquely American, encompassing diverse ends of the musical Spectrum in the breadth of her repertoire and performance experience.
Active also as composer and conductor, Mr. Lifchitz has performed throughout Europe, Latin America and the US.
The special guest for the occasion will be composer Elizabeth Bell who this season is celebrating her 85th birthday. Her charming and virtuosic Kaleidoscope for flute and piano will be heard for the very first time. Bell is a founder of New York Women Composers, Inc.
The program will also feature highly lyrical and accessible works by Argentinean Alberto Ginastera; Brazilians Ernesto Nazareth and Heitor Villa-Lobos; and Mexican Manuel M. Ponce. To round-off the program Ms. Hansen will perform a work especially written for her by Max
Lifchitz, the Mosaico Latinoamericano.
For further information about North/South Consonance's activities, including concerts and recordings, visit www.northsouthmusic.org.
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