Fri. Nov 11, 2011 | 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Dalton Center - WMU - Kalamazoo, MI
The ultimate 19th-century Romantic figure, Liszt produced a wide range of innovated and daring works. Perhaps his crowning achievement for solo piano, the Transcendental Etudes are among his most poetic and admired works - and are some of the most difficult pieces ever written for the piano. 1995 Gilmore Young Artist Adam Neiman returns to Kalamazoo as one of the premiere pianists of his generation with a program honoring the 200th anniversary of the birth of Franz Liszt. In addition to the complete Transcendental Etudes, this program will feature a selection of Liszt's indescribably beautiful and rarely performed songs featuring rising opera start Lina Tetriani.
Liszt Complete Transcendental Etudes for piano
A limited number of $5 tickets will also be made available to students and anyone age 25 and under with valid ID. Tickets will be available for purchase the night of the performance.