“The Legacy of the American Piano” is a 75-minute smorgasbord that explores some of the most groundbreaking, cutting-edge, and exciting piano music of the 20th and early 21st centuries. From Charles Ives’s bombastic and patriotic Study No. 23, to John Cage’s beyond-zany Water Music, to Morton Feldman’s hushed and ethereal Palais de Mari, on this concert there is more than a little of something for everyone. With “The Legacy of the American Piano,” experience a miscellany of masterful piano music written by some of the most compelling American composers of the past century.

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Works to be performed on the “Legacy of the American Piano” program include:

Charles Ives, Study No. 23 and Song Without (Good) Words
John Cage, In a Landscape and Water Music
Frederic Rzewski, De Profundis
Morton Feldman, Palais de Mari
Elliott Carter, 90+
Aaron Copland, El Salon México