NM - September 21-23, 2007
Sat. Sept 22, 2007
12:30 AE JIN CHANG
1:15 MAURICIO ARIAS
2:30 NATALIA EFREMOVA
3:15 DR. ANGELA WU
4:30 DR. HOLLY ROADFELDT
5:15 DR. NOEL ENGEBRETSON
Sept 23, 2007
12:00 RENA RZAYEVA
12:45 DR. CHRISTOPHER ATZINGER
2:00 ASAMI TAMURA
2:45 DR. DOROTHY LEWIS-GRIFFITH
4:00 Perspectives by Dr. William Seymour
4:15 ESTHER PARK
5:00 MICHAEL SCHNEIDER
Ae Jin Chang holds a Masters in Piano Performance
from Saint-Petersburg National Conservatory, Russia and a Bachelors from
Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea.
She has born in Busan, Korea
and moved to Seoul at age of 3, when she started to study piano. She
studied piano performance at the Seoul Arts and Music High School in
Korea. She finished her Bachelor of Arts in Music and Piano Performance at
the Yonsei University
in Seoul, Korea and Master of Arts in Piano Performance at the St.
Petersburg State N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory
Her teachers include E.
Bazanov, A.S. Sviatkin, S.A. Urivajev, E. Semishina, Bang-Sook Lee and
Min-Sook Kim. She received full-scholarship from Samick Musical Instrument
Company during her undergraduate study and won several piano competitions
in Korea, including the Chosun-Ilbo competition and the Walleun piano
competition. Since the completion of graduate study, she has been an
active concert pianist and had many solo recitals in Russia, Korea and
U.S.A., including recitals at the Glazunov Hall (Russia), the Se-Jong Art
Center (Korea), and the Morrison Hall in the University of California,
Along with solo piano
performances, she has participated in many ensembles and performed as an
accompanist. She worked as a piano performance teacher in Kyewon Art and
Music High School, as an accompanist at the Hin-Doll Presbyterian Church
in Korea and the San Jose First Korean Church in California.
She is a music director of Santa Fe
Korean Presbyterian Church. She came to the United States with her husband
in 2001 and moved to Los Alamos, New Mexico in 2006.
Piano Sonata No.31 in Ab major, Op. 110.
Piano Sonata No.7 in Bbmajor, Op. 83 ....
1:15 - Mauricio
Mauricio Ariaswas born in Bogota, Colombia in
1984. He began his piano studies at age 13 with polish professor Ludmila
Weber. In 2005 he received his Bachelors Degree Summa Cum Laude from
Fundacin Universitaria Juan N. Corpas in Bogota with a minor in
composition. During his short career as a pianist, he has been awarded the
2" Prize III
Iberoamerican Piano Competition. Havana, Cuba. 2001
3" Prize. Jacob
Flier International Piano Competition. New Paltz, NY. 2003
Prize. IX National Piano Competition, Universidad Industrial de Santander.
Bucaramanga, Colombia 2004.
1st Prize. I
Fryderyk Chopin National Piano Competition. Bogota, Colombia. 2005
Finalist. ifi Ignacio
Cervantes International Piano Competition. Havana, Cuba.
On 2005 he gave a recital in Krakow, Poland and
he also participated in the preliminary round of the XV International
Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw. On 2003/2004 he participated in PianoSummer at
New Paltz, NY (Vladimir Feltsman Artistic Director). He has performed in
the main concert venues in Colombia, both as a recitalist and as a soloist. He has been featured
as a soloist with the Tolima Symphony Orchestra (2002), Corpas Symphony Orchestra
(2003), Filarmnica del Valle (2004), National Conservatory Symphony Orchestra (2005),
National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia (2005), National Symphony
Orchestra of Cuba (2005). His piece The Snake was premiered by the
Corpas University Symphony Orchestra in
2003. He is now working towards the completion of his
Masters Degree with Robert Hamilton at Arizona State University.
Manuel de Falla
Ballade No. 2 in B minor, S.171.
Three Etudes, op. 18... Bela
Sonata No. 4, op. 30 in F sharp Alexander
Natalia Efremova, a Russian born pianist, was
educated in the fusion of Russian and American musical culture. She holds
advanced degrees in piano performance, accompaniment, piano pedagogy, and
chamber ensemble from Kyrgyz State Conservatory, Ural State Conservatory,
and SUNY Potsdam; she is currently pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts in
Piano Performance at the University of Texas, Austin. Natalia is the
winner of numerous piano competitions in Kyrgyzstan and received an
International Award for Best Performance of Contemporary Music for Central
Asia and Kazakhstan.
In addition to hundreds of performances on three
continents, she collaborated with many distinguished artists including
Tigran Alikhanov, Janija Aubakirova, Michael Burshtin, Frank logha, Dylana
Jensen, David Lockington, Michael Mauldin, Danielle Martin, Bulat
Mingelkiev, Tatiana Nikolaeva, Anatoly Ryabov, Jakov Zetel and others.
Natalia was a New Mexico resident for nearly 7
years, performing as a soloist, chamber ensemblist, and accompanist.
There, she collaborated with many leading artists and performed with the
New Mexico symphony, Albuquerque symphony and Los Alamos Symphony,
conducted by David Lockington, Michael Mauldin and Robert Wingert
respectively. She has also been an accompanist for the Santa Fe Opera,
participating in more than 70 recitals in New Mexico, Texas and Nevada. An
enthusiastic promoter of new music she has debuted original works in both
the U.S.A. and France.
She is a devoted pedagogue and music educator
with more than 25 years of experience in both the former Soviet Union and
the U.S. A former teacher in Los Alamos and Albuquerque, she produced
winners of local, district, state and interstate competitions every year.
Her students appear in international piano competitions and hold
University scholarships at the University of Texas and Peabody
Conservatory at Johns Hopkins University, Maryland. Natalia joined the ranks of American pianists
by attaining U.S. citizenship four years ago in San Antonio, TX.
I. Allegro non troppo
Andante sostenuto, rubato, espressivo quasi improvisato
Presto con brio
Grande Sonate, Op. 37
Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
I. Moderato e risoluto
II. Andante non troppo quasi moderato
III. Scherzo, Allegro giocoso
Finale, Allegro vivace
3:15 - Dr.
Born in Taiwan, Ms. Wu began her early music
training and made her first public performance in Taipei at the age of
six. She attended special music program for young talented students since
age of nine, and got admission to National Taiwan Normal University
without taking the general entrance exam.
During her study of Master and Doctor degree in
the University of Michigan, Ms. Wu was the receiver of full scholarship.
Her awards included Jessie Phillips Bourquin Award, James Alan Walgreen
Keyboard Scholarship, and Beverly Franzblau Baker Scholarship.
Dr. Wu has studied privately with one of the
great pianists and women of the 20th and 21st
Centuries, Ruth Slenczynska,
As a soloist and collaborative pianist, Dr. Wu
has been invited to many performances, such as contemporary ensemble in
Detroit Institute of Arts, "Dances for Petersburg" series with
University of Michigan Dance Company, Rackham Chamber Music Series, Barber
concert series, Chopin project, Gift of Arts at University Hospital, and
Michigan Taiwanese American Organization 5th Annual Taiwanese
Music Festival. Ms. Wu has recorded for Chopin project which is scheduled
to be released in fall. She is currently teaching in Schoolcraft College.
Selected Performances include:
The International Russian Music Piano Competition
Taiwanese Music Festival
Britton Recital Hall
William Byrd Competition
MacArthur Recital Hall, Flint Institute of Music-
Sonata in A Major K.268
Sonata in A Minor K.59.
Sonata in C Major, Op.53
Introduzione. Adagio molto
Rondo. Allegretto moderato-Prestissimo
Ballade No.2 in F Major, Op.38... Chopin
Valsas 1 6: No. 11 Valsa-Choro..
Sonata No.3 in A Minor, Op.28 . Prokofiev
4:30 - Dr.
Holly Roadfeldt holds degrees in piano
performance from the Eastman School of Music, Indiana University, and the
University of Colorado in Boulder. As a soloist, she made her
orchestral debut with the Toledo Symphony Orchestra at the age of 13 and
has also appeared with the University of Colorado Orchestra, the Eastman
Musica Nova Ensemble, the Indiana University Wind Ensemble, and the Lamont
Symphony Orchestra. In addition, she has performed two concertos with the
University of Colorado Wind Ensemble under the direction of Allan McMurray
including a performance of Gershwins Rhapsody in Blue at the World
Association for Symphonic Bands and Ensembles Conference in Hamamatsu,
Japan. The performance was recorded live and subsequently released
by the Kosei Publishing Company of Tokyo, Japan as part of the WASBE
Concerts, 1995 compact disc. An excerpt of the performance was
also broadcast on Japanese National Television as part of the 1995
WASBE Conference Highlights.
A dedicated performer of contemporary music, Dr.
Roadfeldt has premiered over 70 works for solo piano and for various
chamber ensembles. In 1996, she was awarded the prize for the
"Best Performance of a 20th Century American
Composition" in the Frinna Awerbuch International Piano Competition
which resulted in a performance in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall.
Additional contemporary music honors include being a semi-finalist in the
Concert Artists Guild International Competition in 1998 and 2001 as a
contemporary music specialist.
In addition to her solo performances, Dr.
Roadfeldt is an avid chamber musician. She frequently collaborates
with fellow Susquehanna University colleagues Andrew Rammon (cell0) and
Reuben Councill (flute) as well as mezzo-soprano, Emily Bullock. She
has also performed with internationally renowned artists Alexa Still,
Bonita Boyd, Marcia Baldwin, Joseph Alessi, and Larry Zalkind.
Dr. Roadfeldt is currently teaching at
Susquehanna University where she serves as Assistant Professor of Piano.
Prior to moving to Pennsylvania, she taught in Arizonas Maricopa Community
College System at Glendale Community College, Chandler-Gilbert Community
College and Paradise Valley Community College. In addition, she has
taught college courses at Indiana University and the University of
Sonata in F Major. K. 332. Mozart
Variations srieuses .. Mendelssohn
Etude-Tableau in d minor, Op. 39 #8
Etude-Tableau in D Major, Op. 39 #9.
Noel Engebretson has established a significant
career as a pianist and educator, with a reputation that continues to
A Professor of Music at The University of
Alabama, he originally is from Minneapolis, Minnesota. His debut occurred
there when he was sixteen, with a performance as guest soloist with the
Minnesota Orchestra. Since then he has won numerous awards and honors,
including a bronze medal at the 1989 McMahon International Piano
Competition, as well as one of the most important awards in the 1988 Young
Keyboard Artists Association International Piano Competition and the 2007
Bradshaw and Buono International Competition.
In the summer of 1996 he embarked on a concert
tour of The Peoples Republic of China, where he was featured artist in a
series of recitals, lectures, and masterciasses. Among the many concerts
were appearances with three of Chinas top orchestras, plus solo recitals
in many of the major conservatories. These concerts earned him many
accolades, and he has been invited back to every major location in which
he has performed. This was his second tour of China.
He also has performed in recitals and as guest
soloist throughout the United States, appearing with such orchestras as
the Waukesha Symphony Orchestra, the Glendale Pops Orchestra, the Lawton
Philharmonic, the Rochester Symphony Orchestra, the Austin Symphony in
Texas, the Kansas City Medical Arts Orchestra, as well as numerous
appearances with the St. Paul Civic Symphony. He has also premiered
several new compositions by 20th century composers.
He has studied with some of the worlds leading
musicians; among them, John Perry, Frank Mannheimer, as well as Paul
Freed, Jorge Bolet, and Leonid Hambro. He holds a Doctor of Musical Arts
degree from the University of Minnesota.
In the summer of 1988 he was one of four artists
from around the world to be invited to perform and give master classes at
the Eastman School of Music. He has also spent one year on the faculty at
the Idyllwild School Of Music And The Arts, as well as participating as
faculty in their Summer Music Festival. He has also performed and taught
at the Arcosanti Music Festival in Arizona.
He was an award winner in the MTNA Collegiate
Artist Competition at the national level, the Minnesota Symphony
Competition, Boyd National Competition, Louise D. McMahon International
Competition, United States Information Agency Violin and Piano
Competition, the Young Keyboard Artists Association International Piano
Competition and many more. He has also been an adjudicator and conference
artist in various International Piano Competitions and Festivals. His
students have placed or won top awards in the Joanna Hodges International
Piano Competition, the California Music Teachers Association Bartok
Competition, as well as numerous local and regional competitions
throughout the west and the southeast. In 2001, he joined the faculty at
the Interlochen Summer Music Festival for four seasons.
Chaconne in d minor..
Nocturne #6 in Db ..
Sonata #6 in A major Op. 82 ...
Rena Rzayeva graduated from Azerbaijan State
Conservatory (nowadays - Baku Music Academy). Soloist of the Azerbaijan
State Philharmony, Baku. Recitals and orchestral perfomances in
Azerbaijan, Russia, USA, Austria, Germany, UK, Switzerland, Netherlands,
Egypt, Spain, Turkey, etc...The pianist`s repertoire ranges from Bach to the
latest works of outstanding complexity from Schumann'`s "Kreisleriana"
, "Variations on the theme of Paganini" by Brahms to the famous
"Petrouchka Suite" by Strawinsky.
Rena Rzayeva performed together with such
honoured and well-known conductors as Niyazi, Rauf Abdullayev (both -
Azerbaijan), Kreshimir Shipush (Norway), David Bukhin (Russia), Roland
Freisitzer(Austria), violinist Hans-Heinz Schneeberger (Switzerland),
pianist Daniel Grimwood (Great Britain Various
composers have dedicated their piano works to Rena (for example, Ulf-Diether
Soyka, Roland Freisitzer, Helmut Neumann - Austria, James Clarke - Great
Britain, Zaur Fakhradov, Rahilia Hassanova -Azerbaijan, etc.
Rena recorded four solo
CDs - "Music in Verse" (1996) and "Kara Karayev...Through
Time" (2000), which have been released by "Postern Park
Digital", a British label , also "Robert Schumann-From West to
East" (2006) and "Kara Karayev's Circle" (2006) by
"Video Labs Corporation", USA . Her performance
of "Seven Pieces" by Javanshir Kuliyev was selected by
"Vienna Modern Masters" for CD released in "Distinguished
Performers Series V" (1998).
The range of her
interests is wide; it relates not only to music, but also to poetry. She
has acquired a good command of English, Germany and Italian by herself.
She speaks and writes verses in these languages.
She likes to be the first performer of the pieces
by both Azerbaijanian and other composers. Rena Rzayeva
was the first in Azerbaijan to set up solo programmes, tried to the
principle of creative continuity and a spiritual relationship: The
pianist is always on the listener's side, hence she outgrows her desire to
create more programmes united by interesting and extraordinary
Fantasie d-minor ..
Six Intermezzi op.4..
Trois Mouvements de Petrouchka" (1921) .....
Sonatina (1944) ... Kara
Pianist Christopher Atzinger, a native of
Jackson, Michigan, has performed in Austria, Italy, France, Spain and
Canada in addition to performances throughout the United States
highlighted by concerts in New York at Carnegie Hall (Weill), New York
University, St. Pauls Chapel, Liederkranz Hall; in Chicago at the Dame
Myra Hess Series; and in Washington, D.C. at the Phillips Collection.
His artistry has also been broadcast on Chicagos Live from WFMT and
Live from FM 91 on WGTE Toledo, Ohio. He has performed at the
Banff International Keyboard Festival, Brevard Music Festival, and the
Chautauqua Institution, in addition to giving lectures and masterclasses
across the county.
A medallist of the New Orleans International Piano Competition, the World
Piano Competition in Cincinnati, and the Nina Plant Wideman International
Piano Competition, Atzinger has been praised by critics for his
"personal interpretive vision" and "virtuoso aplomb".
He was also winner of the 2005 National Federation of Music Clubs Artist
Competition and the Premio Citt di Ispica prize at the IBLA Grand
Prize Competition in Ragusa-Ibla, Italy. Additionally, he has
received honors from the Frinna Awerbuch International Piano Competition,
the National Society of Arts and Letters, and MTNA. He has received
grants and fellowships from the Theodore Presser Foundation, the American
Composers Forum, Foundation La Gesse, and the Joyce Dutka Arts Foundation.
Atzinger has performed with the Shreveport
Symphony, Jackson Symphony (MI), World Festival Orchestra and the St. Olaf
Orchestra and has worked with maestros Rossen Milanov, Neal Gittleman,
Stephen Smith, and Timothy Muffit among others. In March, 2008, he
will appear with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction
of Klauspeter Seibel. Also an accomplished collaborative pianist,
Atzinger won first prize at the Sydney Wright Memorial Accompaniment
Competition. He especially enjoys musical collaborations with his
wife, soprano, Brenda Nicole Atzinger.
In addition to degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and the
University of Michigan, Atzinger earned the Doctor of Musical Arts degree
in piano performance from the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins
University. He counts among his teachers Julian Martin, Robert
McDonald, Anton Nel, David Renner, and Carolyn Lipp, among others.
Additional keyboard studies with Timothy Lovelace, Edward Parmentier, and
Penelope Crawford. Prior to his faculty appointment at
in Northfield, Minnesota, he taught at Dickinson College (PA).
Sieben Fantasien, Op.ll6
Capriccio in D minor
Intermezzo in A minor
Capriccio in G minor
Intermezzo in B major
Intermezzo in E minor
Intermezzo in B major
Capriccio in D minor
Sonata for Piano, Op.26
Allegro vivace e leggero
Fuga: Allegro con spirito
Asami Tamura, a native of Kyoto, Japan, she has
been active as a piano soloist, chamber musician and composer and has
perform in the United States, Greece and Japan. Her performance
repertoire covers not only the classical music, but also, Jazz, Indian,
and Japanese styled music. As a collaborate artist, she performs her
own music with a lot of musicians, especially singers.
Born in 1983, she began piano lessons at early
age with her mother. At the age of 10, she won the special judge
award in Kyoto region of PTNA competition. Since then, she decided
to pursue her career in music world as a pianist. During her years
in Kyoto High School of Music, she won several awards, including a third
place at the Japan Classical Competition. In 2002, she met an
American pianist, Albert Lotto and moved to the United States.
Getting high reputation for her graduate recital,
she finished her Bachelor Degree Program at the Manhattan School of Music
under the tutelage of Constance Keene in May, 2007. Currently, she is a
candidate for the Master Degree Program at the same school as a student of
Maria Asteriadou. Her former teachers are Kayoko Ueda, Atuko Miyabe,
Yasuko Tazumi, and Satomi Okumura.
She is second place winner at the Isabel
Scionti Piano Competition in 2007.
Sonata No.4 in e minor, Op.70
Carl Maria von Weber
Ballade No.1 in g minor Op. 23
Dorothy Lewis-Griffith began her career as a
pianist at the age of fourteen when she appeared as soloist with the North
Carolina Symphony Orchestra. Later she was awarded a Fulbright-Hays
Grant for study in Paris, and during that time she won a prize in the
Geneva International Piano Competition.
Lewis-Griffith earned the Bachelor and Master of
Science Degrees at The Juilliard School. She continued studies in France
at the Conservatoire de Paris and the Ecole Normale de Musique. In
1978 she completed a Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the Peabody
Conservatory of The Johns Hopkins University.
After retiring from an associate professorship at
Valdosta State University in Georgia in 1985, she assumed the position of
Artist-in-Residence at the Shuford School of Performing Arts, Catawba
College, Salisbury, North Carolina until 2001.
As recitalist and soloist with orchestras Dr.
Lewis-Griffith has appeared in Europe, South America, Asia and the United
States. Her recordings include George Gershwin, A Piano Solo
Album, Etcetera, 1994 as well as the musical score and CD, A
Christmas Celebration at the Piano, a collection of traditional carols
arranged for the piano which can be found presently on Amazon.com.
Edward Rothstein of the New York Times
described her playing as "sensitive and attentive" following a
recital at the Abraham Goodman House Merkin Hall
Studies, Opus 18
Sonata No. 30 in B Major, Opus 109.. Beethoven
Vivace, ma non troppo. Sempre legato
Andante molto cantabile ed espressivo
Sonata in B Minor, Opus 58... Chopin
Prelude in G Sharp Minor, Opus 32, no.12..
Esther Park has performed as a soloist with
orchestras and in recitals across the United States as well as in Korea,
China, Canada, France, Russia, Ireland, Spain, Poland, Italy and Israel.
Ms. Park has appeared as soloist with many orchestras such as Corpus
Christi Symphony, Filharmonia Pomorska, Poland, Orchestra Filarmonica,
Romania, Shanghai Philharmonic, China, the American Academy of Conducting
Orchestra at Aspen, Shreveport Symphony, the Juilliard Symphony, and the
New Jersey Symphony.
Ms. Park gave a five-city recital tour in Korea, and has performed at the
Juilliard Theater in NYC, Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Halls
Weill Recital Hall, Salle Cortot in Paris, the New Jersey Performing Arts
Center, and on the Kum-Ho Music societys Prodigy Series. She has appeared
at the Music Academy of the West (Santa Barbara), the Aspen Music
Festival, the Bowdoin Summer Music Festival in Maine, the Tel-Hai
International Music Festival in Israel, and the Van Cliburn-TCU Institute
in Texas. Ms. Park has been heard in New York on WQXR Radio station as the
winner of the 52nd Kosciusko International Competition and the Gina
Ms. Park is the winner of the 2004 Gina Bachauer Piano Competition at the
Juilliard School. She is the winner of the Juilliard concerto competition,
the 52nd Kosciusko International Piano Competition, New Jersey Young
Artists Audition, the Van Cliburn-TCU Institute Young Artist Competition,
Corpus Christi International Competition, top prizes at the 3rd
China Shanghai International Piano Competition, 6th Paderewski
International Piano Competition, the National Chopin Competition, Hilton
Head International Competition, the 14th New Orleans International Piano
Competition, and is the recipient of the President Clintons Prodigy Award.
Born in Pusan, Korea in 1984, Ms. Park began to play in public soon
after her first piano lessons at the age of four. Ms. Park moved to the
United States in 1995, after being accepted to the Juilliard Schools
Pre-College division. Ms. Park has since received her Bachelors degree and
Masters degree from the Juilliard School, studying with Yoheved Kaplinsky.
She has performed in master classes of Arie Vardi, Richard Goode, Leon
Fleisher, Jerome Lowenthal, Joseph Kalichstein, Andrew Litton, Joachin
Achuccaro, and Karl Ulrich Schnabel.
in c minor, HobXVI: 20
Sonata No.3 in b minor, Op.58
Trois movements de Petrouchka
Critics have hailed Michael Schneider as "a pianist
with exceptional insight" and a "performer with great
panache" in performances across the states and overseas to Poland
and France. Recently championing the music of Franz Liszt, Michael was
awarded the Demonic Liszt Prize at the Competition Internationale held in
Sante Fe, New Mexico and won six awards at the Los Angeles International
Liszt Competition, including first prize in the Concerto Division and
first prize in the Longer Work Category (Dante Sonata). In 2005, he was a
top prize winner in the 3rd International Franz Liszt Competition held in
Mr. Schneider has performed in such venues as the
legendary chteau of George Sand in Nohant, France, performing an
all-Chopin recital as a guest artist in the International Chopin Festival,
and Carnegies Weill Recital Hall as a prizewinner of the Frinna Awerbuch
International Piano Competition, also winning the prize for the best
performance of a work by an American composer. Recently he was a featured
guest artist at the Music Festival of the Hamptons, directed by Lukas
Foss. Appearances with orchestras include the Bydgoszcz and Wrolaw
Philharmonics in Poland, the Elgin Symphony Orchestra (IL), the Richardson
Symphony Orchestra (TX), the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra (OK), the
Big Spring Symphony (TX), and the San Angelo Symphony (TX).
Mr. Schneider is a laureate of many international
piano competitions, including the 10th Pacific Piano
Competition in Vancouver, the 7th~ San Antonio International Piano
Competition, the 4thInternational Paderewski Piano Competition
held in Poland, the Kosciuszko Foundation Chopin Piano Competition in New
York, the Texas Steinway Society Career Development Award, and the Grace
Welsh Prize for Piano in Chicago.
The fall of 2004 marked the inauguration of the
San Angelo Piano Festival (SAPF), a new festival in West Texas created and
directed by Michael Schneider One of the missions of the festival is
to help bridge the gap between classical music and youth by offering
outreach programs to schools in the community. Michael firmly believes in
the power of audience participation and involvement He frequently
introduces his programs with a historical perspective and many times
shares his own personal and sometimes witty experiences with the music The
third San Angelo Piano Festival took place January 19-21, 2007 where
Michael collaborated in a performance with renown violinist Jun Iwasaki.
F major, L. 432
E major, L. 224
Scherzo No. 2 in B-flat minor/D-flat major, Op.
Suite of Mind
Dreaming, and a slow awakening
Aprs une Lecture de Dante: Fantasia Quasi Sonata