School of Music Presents Guest Artist Concert with Joel Hastings, Carter Pann, 1/16
Steinway artist Joel Hastings, assistant professor of piano at Florida State University, and winner of the 1993 International Bach Competition at the Kennedy Center, will present the music of Carter Pann in a guest artist series concert at 8 pm Wednesday, January 16, in Weigel Auditorium, 1866 College Rd. Composer, pianist, and Grammy Award nominee Carter Pann teaches composition at the University of Colorado and will join Hastings on the program, entitled "The Piano's 12 Sides: The Piano Music of Carter Pann."
Selections include The Piano's 12 Sides, a work written for Hastings; The Bills: William Albright - A Concert Rag (In Memoriam) and William Bolcom - An Elaborate Fancy; The Cheesegrater (A Mean Two-Step); Your Touch (Cadenza movement from Piano Concerto No.1); and Circumnavigator for two pianos. (Images: Carter Pann above; Joel Hastings below)
Tickets for all School of Music concerts are available for advance sales through the Ohio State Theatre Box Office, (614) 292-2295.
Tickets are also available at the Weigel box office, one hour prior to performance, cash or check only.
Tickets are $10 general public, $5 senior citizens, Alumni Association members, non-OSU students & children. Free to Ohio State students, faculty and staff, one ticket per BuckID presented, subject to availability.
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