Music Monday: A Guitar Festival

The next Music Monday will feature guitar instructor Jim Ferla performing with his students and Roger Zahab. The program will feature popular American songs, traditional music, compositions by Astor Piazolla, Roger Zahab, David Leisner, and much more.

Kaleidoscope                                                                   Claude Gagnon (b. 1949)

Lepo Lele (from Songs of Ararat)                                       Loris Chobanian (b.1933)

I. Animato (from Little Suite, Op. 95 No. 4)                        John Duarte (1919-2004)

Music Monday: November 18

The next Music Monday includes music by Rodgers and Hart, Franz Danzi, Franz Anton Hoffmeister, Max Bruch, and Sergie Rachmaninoff, performed by  our talented undergrads, grad students, and faculty.

Have You Met Miss Jones                               Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart

Young-Soo Kim, jazz guitar

Trio                                                              Franz Danzi


Thursday Noon Recital: November 14

The next Thursday Noon Recital features pianist Ben Clifton performing his original composition, Devotion.

Full Program

Devotion                                                                    Ben Clifton

Ben Clifton, piano
Miles Jackson, bass
Julian Powell, drums

Toccata                                                                      Aram Khatchaturian

Paulina Marell, piano 

Thursday Noon Recital: November 7

The next Thursday Noon Recital takes place on November 7 and includes music by Bruch, Schubert, Chopin, and Bach.
Eight Pieces, op.83                                                                Max Bruch

I. Andante
II. Allegro con moto
III. Andante con moto
IV. Allegro agitato

Roger Hendrix, clarinet
Roger Zahab, viola*
Sam Friedlander, piano

Music Monday: October 28, 2013

The next Music Monday at Bellefield Hall will feature talented Department of Music’s undergraduates performing a wide variety of solo and chamber music by Skryabin, Henze, and Schubert. In addition, pianist Benjamin Binder, a member of the music faculty at Duquesne University, will join Pitt faculty member Roger Zahab in a performance of Brahms’s Sonata in G Major, op. 78 for violin and piano.


Entelechron (Roger Zahab, violin; David Russell, cello; and Robert Frankenberry, piano) will perform music by Harrison Birtwistle, Jonathan Bailey Holland, Daron Hagen, Gilda Lyons and Toru Takemitsu. The concert is free to the public.