Sarah Rothenberg Performs Epigraph for a Condemned Book
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The last date listed for Sarah Rothenberg Performs Epigraph for a Condemned Book was Saturday April 29, 2006 / 7:00pm.
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Saddle up for a Wild West adventure! Annie Oakley is the best shot around, supporting her little brother and sisters by selling the game she hunts, but when she's discovered by Col. Buffalo Bill, he persuades her to join his Wild West Show. In a heartbeat, Annie falls in love with the show's veteran sharpshooter, Frank Butler, and soon eclipses him as the show's main attraction. Butler hightails it off to join a rival show, but is ultimately pitted against Annie in a final shoot-out. This rousing 1946 Broadway musical comedy features the classic Irving Berlin hits "Anything You Can Do," "Doin' What Comes Naturally" and "There's No Business Like Show Business!" Learn More
Sarah Rothenberg has one of the most distinguished and creative careers of her generation. Noted for her “power and introspection” (The New York Times_) and "heart, intellect and fabulous technical resource” (_Fanfare), she has received international acclaim as solo recitalist and chamber musician. Ms. Rothenberg received the Medal of Chevalier in the Order of Arts and Letters from the French government in 2001. Highlights of her 2005-2006 season include a solo debut with the Houston Symphony and Maestro Hans Graf; Preludes and Fugues: Bach and Shostakovich for The Gilmore Foundation Piano Festival; and performances of her latest original project, Epigraph for a Condemned Book, for La Jolla Music Society and The Kravis Center in West Palm Beach. Since 1994, she has been Artistic Director of Da Camera of Houston and previously was a co-founder of the influential Bard Music Festival. Her recording of Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel’s virtuosic piano cycle, Das Jahr (Arabesque Records) received the 1996 Best Solo Classical Recording Award from the Association of Independent Recording Companies. Recent releases include Shadows and Fragments: Piano Works of Brahms and Schoenberg 1892-1911 (Arabesque), and_Heartsounds: The Chamber Music of George Tsontakis_ (Koch). Sarah Rothenberg studied at The Curtis Institute of Music with Seymour Lipkin and Mieczeslaw Horszowski, and in Paris with Yvonne Loriod-Messiaen. She currently resides in Houston, New York, and Paris.