Sunday, April 2, 3:00pm
Spectrum, 121 Ludlow Street, #2 New York, NY
Inspired by Jesse Jones' solo piano work 'Ephemera,' this concert highlights the transient and fleeting aspects of our nature, and aims to uncover beauty in the ephemeral qualities of our world. From Robert Schumann's emotionally scattered 'Allegro,' Chopin's brief and distinctive preludes, and a connective pairing of Brahms and Webern, to works by Morton Feldman, György Kurtág, a world premiere by Brooklynite Scott Wollschleger, and an improvisation by Glenn Zaleski, this concert reveals connections across centuries and celebrates newer works alongside traditional ones. Abstract artist Peter Bruun will again present six of his works inspired by the program, and these works will be auctioned off at the concert.
This concert features pianists Daniel Anastasio, Tina Dahl, Mikael Darmanie, Erika Dohi, Yerin Kim, Karl Larson, and Glenn Zaleski.