Miller Theatre at Columbia University School of the Arts Presents Solo Recital by Simone Dinnerstein, 1/23
Miller Theatre at Columbia University School of the Arts presents an intriguing solo recital by renowned Brooklyn-based pianist SIMONE DINNERSTEIN. Dinnerstein's first major performance following the release of her new CD features the Bach Inventions as well as the NY premiere of a work by Nico Muhly. Thursday, January 23, 2014, 8:00 p.m. Miller Theatre (2960 Broadway at 116th Street) Tickets: $35-45 • Students with valid ID: $21-27
J.S. Bach: Two Part Inventions for keyboard, Op. 772-786
George Crumb: Eine Kleine Mitternachtmusik (Ruminations on 'Round Midnight by Thelonius Monk, 2011)
Nico Muhly: You Can't Get There From Here (2012) - New York premiere
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 32 in C minor, Opus 111
"Bachpacking" with Simone Dinnerstein
Simone Dinnerstein will present a series of free classroom concerts at elementary and middle schools in and around Morningside Heights and Harlem, where Miller Theatre is located, in the days surrounding the recital. This series of outreach performances emerges from a commitment to education and community that is shared by Dinnerstein and Miller Theatre.
Dinnerstein has a long history of bringing music into schools, prisons, nursing and retirement homes, and hospitals. In short, anywhere where she thinks the music can speak. She plays regularly in the New York public schools that are part of her Neighborhood Classics concert series. Miller Theatre, for its part, has produced a number of free community events in recent years, including the participatory art-making festival and parade Morningside Lights; an outdoor performance of John Luther Adams'Inuksuit in Morningside Park; and the ongoing, free monthly Pop-Up Concerts series onstage.
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