Jeanne Golan, Pianist

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An American Spectrum — or is it string theory?

this year’s line-up goes coastal with San Francisco’s Martin Rokeach and New York’s Sebastian Currier and Jorge Martín (pictured left). We even cross the pond for an unknown treasure by Charles Stanford. With Eric Mandat, clarinetist.

Concerts in the 2007-2008 Season

The Warwick Historical Society presents:

Gala Concert of Trios

Jeanne Golan, piano, Sean Carney, violin and Theodore Mook, cello

Music of Mozart, Haydn and Mendelssohn cap off the Harvest to Holly Festival followed by supper with the artists.

Meeting House, Warwick, NY
Saturday, November 17 at 7:30
For further information, visit WarwickHistoricalSociety.org

Music on the Edge presents:

Innocence Lost—The Berg Debussy Project

Mary Nessinger, mezzo and Jeanne Golan, piano

Two classic 20th century song cycles inspire two new 21st century cycles with music by Tom Cipullo, Sebastian Currier, David Del Tredici, Lee Hyla, Joe Kerr, Jorge Martín, Eric Moe, Eleanor Sandresky, Anna Weesner and Daniel Rothman. Click here for information about this exciting project developed by the Nessinger/Golan Duo.

University of Pittsburgh, PA
Bellefield Hall Auditorium
Monday, November 5 at 8PM

An American Spectrum:

Autumn 2007 Recital Tour with Eric Mandat, Composer/Clarinetist

Music of Rokeach, Martín, Cowell, Mandat, Currier and Stanford

Columbus State University
Columbus, GA
Monday, September 30 at 7:30PM

Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL
Wednesday, October 3 at 8PM

University of North Florida
Jacksonville, FL
Friday, October 5 at 8PM

The Eastman School of Music Faculty Recital Series presents

Evocations: A Recital for Violin and Piano

With violinist Margaret Leenhouts

Music of Ornstein, Martín, Satie, Cowell, Wyner and Ravel

The Eastman School of Music
Kilbourn Hall
Monday, July 30 at 7:30PM

Other Seasons

Cycles & Sequels

Ten American composers respond to songs of Berg and Debussy for an evening of Innocence Lost

Theme Park

A potpourri of programs and projects

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