Colloque Sentinmentale: Chopin and Debussy in Paris
November 14, 2010
Pianist Charles Fisk, Phyllis Henderson Carey Professor of Music, will be joined by faculty members, contralto Marion Dry and cellist David Russell in presenting “Colloque Sentimentale: Chopin and Debussy in Paris,” a program including Debussy’s Fetes galantes II, Trois Poèmes de Mallarmé, Pour le Piano, and Images, and Chopin’s cello sonata, Polonaise in F# minor, Op.44, Mazurka in C# minor Op.50/3, Berceuse in Db, Op.57, and Barcarolle in F#, Op.60. A faculty member since 1973, Charles Fisk was the highest-ranking American in the 1980 J.S. Bach International Competition in Washington, D.C. His Carey concert performances have become a beloved annual tradition.