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New York, NY (Etude No.20)
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Pianist and composer Timo Andres makes his Carnegie Hall solo debut in the intimate Zankel Hall Center Stage. A program of quintessentially varied American music includes delicate piano masterpieces by Duke Ellington, Aaron Copland’s Piano Sonata, the last of Philip Glass’s 20 piano etudes, and Frederic Rzewski’s boisterous Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues. Also featured are an original world premiere, highlighting Andres’s “textural imagination and ear for piquant harmony” (The Guardian), and a New York premiere by the inventive Gabriella Smith.
ROBIN HOLCOMB Wherein Lies the Good
ELLINGTON “Single Petal of a Rose”
TIMO ANDRES New Work (World Premiere, commissioned by Carnegie Hall)
ELLINGTON “Prelude to a Kiss”
COPLAND Piano Sonata
ELLINGTON “Reflections in D”
GABRIELLA SMITH Imaginary Pancake (NY Premiere, commissioned by Carnegie Hall)
FREDERIC RZEWSKI Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues
PHILIP GLASS Etude No. 20