Two Grammy-nominated pianists – Genevieve Feiwen Lee and Aron Kallay – present a program of music by Beil, Daoust, and Rohde.
A versatile performer of music that spans five centuries, Genevieve Feiwen Lee has thrilled audiences on the piano, harpsichord, toy piano, keyboard, and electronics. She enjoys finding music that challenges her to go outside of her comfort zone to sing, speak, act and play many new instruments.
Aron Kallay‘s playing has been called “exquisite…every sound sounded considered, alive, worthy of our wonder” (Los Angeles Times). Aron has been praised as possessing “that special blend of intellect, emotion, and overt physicality that makes even the thorniest scores simply leap from the page into the listeners laps” (KPFK). Aron’s performances often integrate technology, video, and alternate tunings; Fanfare magazine described him as “a multiple threat: a great pianist, brainy tech wizard, and visionary promoter of a new musical practice.”
Kurt Rohde: Altromondo (2013) - for piano four-hand and assorted items (melodicas, harmonicas, triangles, antique cymbals, Chinese paper accordions)
Yves Daoust: Impromptu (1995) - for piano, keyboard and electronics
Michael Beil: Doppel (2009) - for two pianos and live video electronics
Free admission with open seating, no tickets.
Doors open approximately 30 minutes prior to performance.
- Pomona College
- Bridges Hall of Music
- 150 E. Fourth Street