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Chopin & Beyond

18 marca, 2010

Chopin & Beyond

Concert of Polish Music celebrating 200th anniversary of Fryderyk Chopin\'s birth presented by Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University - Bloomington


PROGRAM:


11a – 12:45p - Complimentary brunch at the theater’s “Parisian” Cabaret Studio courtesy of Kasia’s Deli and Oak Mill Bakery.  During brunch Prof. Bill Johnston will introduce the performing artists and the programs of Jacobs School of Music and Polish Studies Center at Indiana University Bloomington.  Our guests will have the opportunity to comment on the informal talk on “Why Chopin is Polish, French, Israeli, Mongolian, Japanese, etc!
1:00p - Mainstage – “Fryderyk Chopin: Varsovian, Pole, citizen of the world” multimedia lecture by Halina Goldberg, Professor of Musicology at Jacobs School of Music, IU
1:20p - Performance by students of Jacobs School of Music, IU, recipeients of Polish Studies Artists in Residence scholarship:  Alexandre Tsomaia (piano), Laura Waters (voice) and Rafał Zyskowski (viola)
2:20p - Intermission
2:40p - Performance by Edward Auer, Professor of Piano at Jacobs School of Music, IU
3:30p - Mingling and leftovers

This event also celebrates the 20th anniversary of Chopin Theatre the privately owned adventure of a sassy young black MBA from public housing and a middle-aged Polish biologist with a tendency to talk (a lot).      

Dates/Times: Saturday March 20th 2010
Location: Chopin Theatre - 1543 West Division. Free parking by Holy Trinity Church   
Tickets: $25 adults, $15 students and seniors
Reservation: www.ChopinTheatre.com or tel: 773-278-1500

PROGRAM – PART 1
Music of Stanisław Moniuszko (1819-1872)
The Countess [Hrabina] 1859
Aria of The Countess from Act III “On tu przybywa”

Music of Karol Szymanowski (1882-1937)
From Preludes Op. 1 (1899-1900)

Music of Grażyna Bacewicz (1909-1969)
Polish Caprice (originally for violin solo; transcribed for viola solo by S. Kamasa) (1949)

Music of  Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)
Ballade No. 4 in F minor, Op. 52 (1842–3)

Music of Mieczysław Karłowicz (1876-1909)
From Six Songs Op.1 (1895-96)
From Drugi śpiewnik [2nd Songbook], Op. 3 (1896)

Music of Henryk Wieniawski (1835-1880)
Rêverie in F sharp minor for Viola and Piano (1885)

Music of Grażyna Bacewicz (1909-1969)
Rondino for piano (1953)

Music of Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)
Nocturne No. 20 in C sharp minor Op. posthumous, 1830 (transcribed for viola by William Primrose)

Music of Witold Lutosławski (1913-1994)
From Two Studies (1940-41), No. 2

Music of Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)
From Songs Op. 74

PROGRAM – PART 2
Edward Auer, Piano Recital 
Music of Fryderyk Chopin
Ballade No. 2 in A-flat Minor, Op.47 (1841)
24 Preludes Op. 28 (1839)

BIOGRAPHIES
Edward Auer - has long been recognized as a leading interpreter of the works of Chopin. As the first American to win a prize in the prestigious International Chopin Competition in Warsaw, he has returned to Poland for well over 20 concert tours, playing in every major city and with every major orchestra.  Auer has played solo recitals and concertos in over 30 countries on five continents, collaborating with such conductors as Zubin Mehta, Charles Dutoit, Herbert Blomstedt, Sergiu Comissiona and Riccardo Chailly.

For the past two years, Mr. Auer has been at work on an ambitious series of recordings of the works of Chopin, to celebrate that composer’s 2010 bicentennial. As currently projected it will consist of at least eight volumes. The first, Chopin Nocturnes Volume 1, was released to great acclaim and a dazzling review from New York Concert Review’s Harris Goldsmith.

On March 1, traditionally recognized as Chopin’s birthday, Auer gave an all-Chopin recital at Indiana University in celebration of the Chopin Bicentennial. Speaking of the 24 Préludes, op. 28, the reviewer had this to say: “Auer, of course, knows their musical values and voyaged dexterously and consummately through them: the dissonant ones, the rippling, the fiery, the radiant, the mystic, the limpid, the melodic, the melancholic, the simple of line, the note-laden. His playing proved cohesive and inspired.”
Edward Auer is on the Piano faculty at Indiana University Bloomington. More information available http://www.edwardauer.com

Halina Goldberg – is an Associate Professor of Musicology at Indiana University – Bloomington Jacobs Schoolf of Music.  She received her Ph.D., City University of New York Graduate Center, 1997.  Prof. Goldberg is editor of The Age of Chopin: Interdisiplinary Inquiries (Indiana University Press, 2004) and author of Music in Chopin\'s Warsaw (Oxford University Press, forthcoming).  Her research includes Chopin, music in Poland and Eastern Europe, performance practice, reception, and national constructs.  Prof. Goldberg\'s recent and forthcoming articles deal with Chopin\'s chamber versions of his concert works and Chopin in Warsaw\'s salons.  She is the receiptent of 1998 Wilk Award for Research in Polish Music (Polish Music Reference Center, University of Southern California, Los Angeles) and has been invited to lecture at the Polish Chopin Academy in Warsaw; Jagiellonian University Krakow; Smithsonian Institution,  Washington, D.C.;  Warsaw 2 in Poland and “Music Matters” (BBC).   More information available www.music.indiana.edu/som/musicology/people/goldberg.htm.

Bill Johnston – is an Associate Professor of comparative literature and of second language studies (Ph.D, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1995) as well as one of the leading translators of Polish literature in the English speaking world. Working in both prose and poetry, he has translated such authors as Witold Gombrowicz (Bacacay), Tadeusz Rózewicz (New Poems), Magdalena Tulli (Dreams and Stones and Moving Parts), Andrzej Stasiuk (Nine), Krzysztof Kamil Baczynski (White Magic and Other Poems), Juliusz Slowacki (Balladina), Boleslaw Prus (The Sins of Childhood and Other Stories), and Stefan Zeromski (The Faithful River and The Coming Spring). Johnston has held fellowships from both the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities. In 2005 his translation of Magdalena Tulli’s Dreams and Stones (Archipelago Books, 2004) won the AATSEEL Translation Award.