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Jeanne Golan is known for her fresh perspectives on combining standard and contemporary works in innovative ways. Here is a potpourri of programs and projects that celebrate unusual musical connections.

A Musical Block Party!

Jeanne Golan, pianist

A youth concert featuring a smorgasbord of 20th century composers and styles from the neighborhood and beyond.
Works of Barber, Hagen, Rakowski, Cardew, Nancarrow, and PDQ Bach.

Sunday, October 24, 1999 at 2 & 4 PM
The First Parish of Watertown, MA
Presented by the New England Piano Teachers' Association

American Muse

is a thematic program that is fresh and accessible in its musical language and fosters an interraction between the musical treasures of these two quintessentially American composers. It is organized into sets that interweave composers and performers into an exploration of the shared concerns and passions of Ives and Cowell. It contains works that range from the well-known and to the recently discovered, which makes for an evening both familiar and provocative.

North River Music presents
AMERICAN MUSE
Songs and Piano Music of Henry Cowell and Charles Ives
Thursday, February 17, 2000
Mary Nessinger, mezzo-soprano
Robert Osborne, bass-baritone
Jeanne Golan, piano

Night Flights

A Program of Nocturnal Works

Jeanne Golan, pianist

John Field & Samuel Barber Nocturnes
Daron Hagen Qualities of Light (World Premiere)
Enrique Granados The Maiden and the Nightingale
Samuel Barber Sonata, opus 26

Thursday evening, January 21, 1999 at 8 pm
Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall

Sunday, January 10, 1999 at 3 pm
Philadelphia Ethical Society

The Lyrical Piano: Vocal Composers At The Keyboard

Jeanne Golan, pianist

Copland Suite from Our Town
Cipullo Water Lilies (World Premiere)
Barber Ballade
Hagen Built Up Dark (New York Premiere)
Schumann Davidsbündlertänze

Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
New York City, January 21 1997

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