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Mizrahi at the piano

 

By On Deck Staff

Acclaimed pianist Michael Mizrahi will perform five works for solo piano and a larger work in a quartet with strings that highlights one of the most romantic melodies ever composed on Oct. 3., 8 p.m. at Bunker Hill Presbyterian Church, 330 Greentree Road, Washington Township.
In this concert, which kicks off the second season of Music at Bunker Hill concert series, Mizrahi solos on works by Haydn, Beethoven, Schumann, and Alban Berg, as well as the second ever performance of Judd Greenstein’s recent composition First Ballade, which takes the listeners on a journey from inquiry to affirmation.
On the second half of the concert, Mizrahi will be joined by Angelia Cho, violin, William Frampton, viola, and Edward Arron, cello in Schumann’s Piano Quartet in E flat Major, Op. 47.
“This quartet has an intimate feel with the piano and string texture woven delicately together,” Mizrahi says.
The concert is, a small, cozy venue with exceptional acoustics.
“You don’t have to go to Philly to hear this kind of music performed by the caliber of artists we have been able to bring in,” says William Frampton, artistic director of the concert series.
Tickets may be purchased at the door for $20 (adult) and $15 (senior/student).
Driving directions and discounts for advance ticket purchase can be found at www.musicatbunkerhill.org. Plentiful parking and free post-concert reception with the artists complete the night.

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