Jeanne Golan, Pianist


The Stone presents:

Here's to the Ladies who...

Jeanne Golan, pianist,
with visual artist Matt Freedman
See below for full info!

Concerts in the 2009-2010 Season

Highlights of 2010:

The Ladies Who...

Beginning and ending at "lunch," this recital serves up solo piano pieces written about, by and for women. With a smorgasbord of styles that today's music comes in, the all-American program features works of Bill Evans (trans. Distler), Meredith Monk, Eric Moe and Stephen Sondheim, as well as premieres by Ted Wiprud (Pacita's Lunch), Daniel Rothman (The Nature Poem) and Jorge Martín composed with the pianist in mind.

For the icing on the cake (or the clotted cream on the scone), Golan will be joined by "lightning sketch artist" Freedman, who cooks up a series of drawings in real time to accompany Martíin's Piano Fantasy based on a Saki tale of bestial high tea.

A jam session with something to suit every taste!

Friday, March 12, 2010 at 8PM
The Stone: Avenue C and 2nd Street, NYC
Tickets $10 at the door.
Seating is limited.

Preview performance:
SUNY/Nassau Center for the Arts and Humanities Brown Bag(!) Series
The Grand Ballroom of Bldg Q, NCC, Garden City
February 25, 2010 at 11:30AM
Free admission. See Security about parking pass.

Cantori New York presents:


A rainbow of contemporary American works for voices and instruments, including piano, harp, and percussion. Featured composers include New Yorkers John Musto and Tom Nazziola.

Church of the Holy Trinity
316 East 88th Street
Saturday, March 6, 2010 at 8:00 PM

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

See Reviews

"Technically polished and superbly expressive." - New York Times