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Saturday, February 6, 2021
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
This piano recital will feature some of the most beloved by audiences works inspired by nature: Schumann’s Forest Scenes, Beethoven’s “Moonlight” and Rachmaninov’s “Musical Moments”.
At this time of uncertainty and turmoil the nature around us serves as a source of peace, reflection and beauty. Robert Schumann was inspired by the mystery and wonders of the forest while writing his “Forest Scenes” and Beethoven’s audiences imagined a magnificent moonlight when listening to his Sonata op. 27 no. 2. Similarly to mother nature’s creation, Rachmaninov’s set of 6 Musical Moments are a monumental work full of dramatic contrasts, unique colors and impressive virtuosity.
This performance will be presented live in-person in Dudley Recital Hall to a limited audience. Please be aware that all patrons will be required to wear face masks and maintain proper social distancing while attending live events at the University of Houston. Live events will be performed without intermission and seating will be assigned by ushers upon arrival to ensure proper social distancing between parties during the performance. Extra cleaning and sanitization measures have been implemented at the venue. Additionally, the Box Office will not be open at the venue for walk-up ticket registration. All ticket registration must be completed online in advance.
The performance will also be live-streamed for our patrons and supporters who prefer to enjoy the concert from the comfort and safety of their home.
To view the recital program, click here.