Last of four solo recitals of the complete piano sonatas of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
“Mozart as Visionary”
Sonata in Bb major KV 570
Sonata and Rondo in F major KV 533/494
“Tragedy and Reconciliation”
Sonata in A minor KV 310
Rondo in A minor KV 511
Sonata in D major KV 576
Third of four solo recitals of the complete piano sonatas of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
“Mozart as Teacher”
Sonata (Sonatina) in C major KV 545
Sonata (Sonatina) in G major KV 283
Sonata (Sonatina) in C major KV 330
“Mozart as Virtuoso”
Suite of Sonata Movements
Sonatensatz in G major KV 312 – Adagio in B minor KV 540 –
Menuett & Eine kleine Gigue KV 355/574 – Sonatensatz in Bb major KV 400
Sonata in Bb major KV 333
Sonata in F major KV 332
First of four solo recitals of the complete piano sonatas of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
“The Early Sonatas”
Sonatas in C major, F major, Bb major, Eb major, KV 279-280-281-282
“The Variation Form”
Sonata in D major “Dürnitz” KV 284
Sonata in A major “Turkish March” KV 311
Solo Piano Recital. Works of Wolfgang Mozart, Federico Longas, Joaquín Turina, and the Piano Concerto no. 1 in E minor of Frédéric Chopin with the Jupiter Symphony String Quartet.
My second consecutive season at this historic music festival, with plenty of solo and chamber music appearances with illustrious colleagues including violinist Stephanie Chase. Music of Beethoven, Bernstein, Nadia Boulanger, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Rachmaninoff, Ravel, Rossini, Saint-Säens, and others.
Bernstein’s “Age of Anxiety,” in honor of the composer’s 100th birthday, with legendary conductor Kazuyoshi Akiyama.
Solo Piano Recital. Works by Mozart, Chopin, Kouji Taku and George Gershwin.
All-Japanese program of piano music by Yukiko Nishimura, Kouji Taku and Yoshinao Nakada; with special guest, mime dancer Yayoi Hirano in her choreographed interpretation of Ibert’s “Histoires,” with Japanese carved masks.