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Music for an Afternoon, following our Midday Meal

Wednesday, January 16, 1:45 p.m.
Our guest Eliazer Kramer is planning a program of all Scriabin compositions.  A Russian superstar pianist, wild thinker and friend of Rachmaninoff, Scriabin invented his own harmonic language.  In fact, our grand piano belonged to a disciple of Scriabin, one Alfred Laliberté, a Quebecois pianist, pedagogue and composer.  Laliberté spend many summers in the company of Scriabin in the Belgian countryside. Eliazer will play early compositions reflecting Chopin’s influence, such as the Fantasy Op. 28,  preludes and the Nocturne for the Left Hand, and some later ones including his sixth Sonata.

Earlier Event: January 16
Midday Meal & Music
Later Event: January 19
Sing Me Home Recital