Piano Professor Robin McCabe produces this quarterly series highlighting inspired intersections in the arts. Each performance, featuring top UW music students and special guests, includes a pre-concert lecture by a UW faculty scholar.
Intersections: Music, Words, and Pictures
Pre-concert lecture: Michael Shapiro, UW Dean of Humanities:
“Flavors and Reverberations: Classical Indian Theories on Music, Literature, and the Other Arts”
The fall quarter performance features UW music students performing works by Granados, Takemitsu, Carpenter, Rachmaninoff, Debussy, and Telemann as well as a pre-concert lecture by UW humanities professor Michael Shapiro.
Granados: "Two Goyescas," Gabriel, Manalac, piano
Toru Takemitsu: “All in Twilight," Lucas Victor, guitar
Songs of Carpenter and Rachmaninoff: Gemma Balinban, soprano
Claude Debussy: "l’Isle Joyeuse," Colleen Kennedy, piano
Telemann: “Don Quixotte Suite,’ in honor of Telemann's 250th Anniversary, UW Baroque Ensemble
Lecture: 4 pm
Concert: 4:30 pm