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    Piano Seminar: Conor Hanick

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    March 15, 2013

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    Piano Seminar: Conor Hanick

     New England Conservatory piano chair Bruce Brubaker invites the public to join NEC students in exploring the challenges and complexities that pianists face in the world today, through presentations and masterclasses by guest artists and NEC faculty.

    The diverse artistic interests of New York City-based concert pianist Conor Hanick have led to solo and chamber music performances across the world, a radio show on WNYC’s...

     New England Conservatory piano chair Bruce Brubaker invites the public to join NEC students in exploring the challenges and complexities that pianists face in the world today, through presentations and masterclasses by guest artists and NEC faculty.

    The diverse artistic interests of New York City-based concert pianist Conor Hanick have led to solo and chamber music performances across the world, a radio show on WNYC’s streaming contemporary music station Q2, teaching roles at The Juilliard School and Smith College, concert and festival curation, and collaborations with the country’s most accomplished conductors, ensembles, and composers.

    Today's seminar discussion will be of Olivier Messiaen's Des Canyons aux Etoiles, including performances of "The White-Browed Robin" and "The Polyglot Mockingbird", two solo movements from the work.


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