Celebrate Piano Series
As a composer Philip Aaberg writes music that connects a global audience to the sweeping landscape of the West. By translating Montana's farms, ranches, and native cultures into musical concepts, he's forged a unique keyboard style that paints an audible portrait of his home state. Reserved seating: $35/$25/$15.
Lauded by the Washington Post for her “strikingly poised nobility” and “commanding presence”, pianist Tanya Gabrielian has captivated audience worldwide with her gripping performances. Tickets: $20 general, $15 Seniors, $10 students.
Since winning 2nd prize in the 6th Biennial Ellis Duo Piano Competition, Lomazov & Rackers have performed as recitalists and in concert with orchestras throughout the United States and Europe, including performances at the Kiev International Music Festival (Ukraine), Varna International Piano Festival (Bulgaria), Moulin d'Andé Arts Festival (France), Burgos International Music Festival (Spain) and Infiorata di Genzano (Italy) in addition to appearances in every region of the United States. Tickets: $20 General/$15 Seniors/$10 Students.
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