The next Thursday Noon Recital includes vocal music by Bellini, Scarlatti, and Ellington and music for violin and piano by Corelli.
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
The next Thursday Noon Recital features pianist Ben Clifton performing his original composition, Devotion.
Devotion Ben Clifton
Ben Clifton, piano
Miles Jackson, bass
Julian Powell, drums
Toccata Aram Khatchaturian
Paulina Marell, piano
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
II. Allegro con moto
III. Andante con moto
IV. Allegro agitato
Roger Hendrix, clarinet
Roger Zahab, viola*
Sam Friedlander, piano
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.
The first Thursday Noon Recital of the fall includes music by Orlando Gibblons, Henry Purcell, and Jean Marie Leclair.
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.
The Phillips Family will perform a concert on May 26 featuring two new works by Pittsburgh composer Eugene Phillips: Quintetto Concertante for soprano, flute, two violins and viola, plus his Suite for Viola and Bass Flute. Both works were written at the request of the Phillips family and are being premiered here in Pittsburgh. The Suite for Viola and Bass Flute features the newly invented bass flute, a giant flute sounding two octaves below the standard instrument, likely being heard for the first time in Pittsburgh.
The American University Saxophone Quartet is visiting Pittsburgh from Washington DC. They will be joined by University of Pittsburgh faculty and student performers Roger Zahab (violin/viola), Jonghee Kang (piano), and Eric Wiegandt (percussion) for a program that will feature works by George Tsontakis, Michael Torke, Paul Hindemith, Elliott Carter, Aaron Brooks, and Roger Zahab.
Senior Music Major Ross Kriegsman will give a piano recital including music by Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy and J.C. Bach.