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Classical piano concert in Central Harlem brownstone parlor

Central Harlem

Sat, December 16 7:30 PM, EST

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Adrian S. Superhost

A charming, elegant, and refined evening awaits you!
Please join us for an intimate piano concert in a brownstone parlor floor apartment.

BYOB, if desired! Drinks and light snacks will be served.
You're encouraged to take photos/videos—just keep it brief so you can focus on being present and enjoying the music!
If you'd like to grab dinner in the neighborhood beforehand, we recommend Sottocasa for pizza, and Sugar Monk for cocktails before or after!

What's the music?

Johann Sebastian Bach: Keyboard Partita in E minor (22 mins)

Program Note:
Bach's Partita No. 6 is a masterpiece of Baroque keyboard music. Composed of a series of dance movements, this Partita offers a rich and intricate exploration of the E minor key. From the stately Allemande to the lively Gigue, Bach's genius shines through in his ability to weave complex counterpoint with expressive melodies. This piece is a journey through the heart of the Baroque era, and it will transport you to a world of musical brilliance and emotional depth.

Cecile Chaminade - Theme Varie (5)

Program Note:
"Theme Varie" invites us into the late 19th and early 20th centuries, a time of musical innovation and Romantic expression. This piece takes a simple theme and weaves it into a tapestry of variations, each one unfolding with emotional depth and virtuosity. Chaminade's music challenges the norms of her time, reminding us of the individuality and creativity that continue to shape the world of classical music.

Teresa Carreno - La Primavera (6)

Program Note:
This piece transports us to the Chopin-esque 19th century, a period of virtuosic pianism and artistic grandeur. This piece, which translates to "The Spring," is a vibrant and exuberant composition that captures the essence of the season. Carreno's technical brilliance and emotional depth shine through, reflecting the awe-inspiring performances of her time and the enduring power of her music.

Irene Britton Smith - Passacaglia in C-sharp minor. (8)

Program Note:
This contemporary composition draws on the traditional Passacaglia form, a genre dating back to the Baroque period. Britton Smith's work demonstrates the evolution of classical music, highlighting its adaptability and timeless appeal. As you listen, you'll hear echoes of history interwoven with a modern sensibility.

Florence Price - Fantasie Negre No. 1 (10)

Program Note:
Fantasie Negre No. 1 is a window into the early 20th century, a time of social change and artistic exploration. This piece, with its evocative title, blends traditional and modern elements, showcasing Price's distinctive voice as an African American composer. "Fantasie Negre" reflects the evolving landscape of classical music during Price's lifetime, where innovation and tradition coexist.

Where does this music come from?

In this musical journey, we embark on a voyage through time, exploring the rich tapestry of compositions that have stood as pillars of artistic expression. Our commitment to this musical lineage is what defines this performance, highlighting the continuity of artistry across generations.

The program features a diverse selection of composers, each representing a unique chapter in music's history. Johann Sebastian Bach, an 18th-century luminary, brings us the elegance of the Baroque era. Cecile Chaminade's melodies harken back to the late 19th and early 20th centuries, a time of great innovation.

Teresa Carreno's compositions evoke the 19th-century virtuoso tradition, reminding us of the remarkable talents that have graced the stage over the years. Florence Price's works, born from the early 20th century, reflect a time of changing societal norms and musical experimentation.

Lastly, we have Irene Britton Smith, a contemporary composer, whose creations exemplify the living legacy of classical music, bridging the past and the present.

This program is a testament to the enduring power of music to connect generations, cultures, and communities. As we embrace these compositions, we honor the traditions that have enriched our lives and brought us together in harmony. Through these pieces, we find our own voices in a grand narrative of musical expression that has endured for centuries.


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