Elizabeth will perform the Piano Concerto in One Movement by Florence Price with the Hopkins Concert Orchestra, Jordan Randall Smith, conductor. Program: Coriolan Overture | L. van Beethoven Piano Concerto in One Movement | Florence Price Symphony No. 33 | W. A. Mozart
Pianists, Elizabeth G. Hill and Jason Solounias, will present a program for piano four-hands, including works by Corigliano, Debussy, and Rachmaninov. This recital is presented by the Tuesday Concert Series at the Church of the Epiphany, in Washington, DC.
Meraki will be a featured spotlight performer at the New Music DC 2019 Conference, hosted by the District New Music Coalition. Their performance will include the world premiere of “Heloha Okchamali” (Blue Thunder) for Piano and Clarinet, by Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate. This concert is open to the public; full conference registration is not required to…
Meraki will perform for the 5th annual performing arts showcase, Politics & Art: District Vox, co-presented by the Washington Performing Arts’ Mars Urban Arts Initiative and DC-Councilmember David Grosso. Meraki’s showcase will include a performance of Jamie Wind Whitmarsh’s “No Progress Without Loss … every new beginning,” commissioned by the duo in 2017.
The Axios Trio will perform for the “Beethoven’s Kitchen” chamber series, hosted by Baltimore’s Symphony Number One! Program TBA.
Elizabeth will be performing Debussy’s Pour le Piano suite. Meet and Greet reception with the artists to follow.
Elizabeth will be performing movements from Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition, and also “Carnival of the Animals” for 2-pianos and orchestra with pianist, Heather Adelsberger. This program will also feature performances by the Atlantic Reed Consort, St. Louis Strings, and the Columbia Chamber Ballet. A great program, mixing music, movement, and art, for listeners of…
Elizabeth will be performing with clarinetists, Laura Grantier, and Lera League. The program will feature works by Honegger, Krommer, Poulenc, Joan Tower, and Weber.
Elizabeth and saxophonist, Anders Lundegård, will present a program of duo works by Lundegård and Prokofiev, and the suite, Pour le Piano, for solo piano, by Debussy. Reception to follow.
Selected as winners of the 2018-19 season’s Classical Recital Competition, the Axios Trio will present a program of works by Beethoven, Brahms, and Rota. The recital will be followed by a Meet & Greet reception with the musicians.