Columbia Connects 2016 - Recital by Marilyn Nonken

 

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Columbia Connects 2016:

music composed and played by Columbians

 

Columbia Sounds

the department of music

 

RECITAL

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MARILYN NONKEN, piano

 

REID HALL 
Sept. 22 at 8:00pm

 

program:

Christopher Trapani

The Silence of a Falling Star Lights Up a Purple Sky (2005)

Tristan Murail

Comme un oeil suspendu et poli par le songe (1967)
La Mandragore (1993)

Richard Carrick

La touche sonore sous l’eau (2015)

Charles Ives

Piano Sonata No. 2, Concord, Mass., 1840–60 (1909-1915)
Emerson
Hawthorne
Alcotts
Thoreau

 

free concert

seats are limited - registration required (click here)

more information here  

a friendly reception will follow,

to celebrate

Columbia Connects 2016

About the artist and the composers:

Marilyn Nonken

Marilyn Nonken received a Ph.D. in musicology from Columbia University in 1999. Since 2006, she has been Director of Piano Studies at NYU's Steinhardt School, where she is currently Associate Professor. She is recognized as one of the greatest interpreters of new music. She performed in many venues in the US and throughout the world in France, Finland, Australia, Chile, Canada, Denmark etc. She has a long list of recordings.

Tristan Murail taught at Columbia from 1997 through 2011

Christopher Trapani is currently a doctoral student in composition

Richard Carrick is an undergraduate alumnus who has also taught on the Faculty.

WHEN
September 22, 2016 at 8pm - 10pm
WHERE

Concert by Marilyn Nonken

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