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Berkeley City Club
Between Ellsworth and Dana 2315 Durant Ave. Berkeley, CA 94704
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attended Feb 28 2012

Amazing pianists. Not only the sounds that they evoke, but also what I call "their dance" playing together on the one piano. Truly astonishing. Have heard them before, this was their most original and contemporary program.

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Website

http://www.berkeleychamberperform.org

Quotes & Highlights

“Anyone who loves keyboard music will be thrilled with the joyous sounds and brilliant execution of these two artists!”  —_San Francisco Classical Music Examiner _

Description

Program:

Frank Martin: Overture (1924), a world premiere arrangement 

Masao Honma: Sound Shift No. 4

Arthur Honegger: Pastorale d’Ete

Toshimitsu Tanaka: An Ancient Five-Storied Pagoda

Christian Henking:  “Good morning, John” (2011), a world premiere

Tomohiro Moriyama:  Let’s play a duet! (2006)

Dieter Ammann: Regard sur les Traditions (1995)

About the Ticket Supplier: Berkeley Chamber Performances

Berkeley Chamber Performances is a nonprofit presenting organization for chamber music in the East Bay. Founded in 1993, it presents mostly, but not exclusively, local ensembles and attempts to press the boundaries of "chamber music" by including in each five-concert season jazz, ethnic, multi-disciplinary, commissioned or first performance presentations. Concerts take place Tuesday evenings at 8 p.m. in the historic Berkeley City Club. Following each performance audience members can attend our Meet-the-Performers reception to connect with the artists. Berkeley Chamber Performances loves expanding its audience to those generally not attending chamber music concerts.