Saturday, November 27, 2010

Pianist Benjamin Bradham Performs at Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts Nov. 28

[Benjamin Bradham]

AfriClassical contacted Benjamin Bradham about his concert on Sunday, Nov. 28. He replied, in part: “I am attaching the flyer and program for the recital. Thank you for your interest.
Sincerely, Benjamin Bradham”

"On a Sunday Afternoon" Series
Sunday November 28, 2010 at 2:30pm
Bruno Walter Auditorium
Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts
*Sunday entrance 111 Amsterdam Avenue
Admission Free


Six Variations on Turkish March from ”The Ruins of Athens”, Op.76
Ludwig van Beethoven (Germany, 1770-1827)

Five Etudes
Frederic Chopin (Poland, 1810-1849)

Sonata in b-flat minor, Op.35
Frederic Chopin


Nine selections from “Visions fugitives”
Serge Prokofiev (Russia, 1891-1953)

Sonata in g minor
Robert Schumann

L'Isle joyeuse
Claude Debussy (France, 1862-1918)

“Pianist BENJAMIN BRADHAM, born in Greensboro, North Carolina, is a graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts and the Juilliard School where he was recipient of a Werter Scholarship and his Master of Music Degree. Solo appearances include Alice Tully Hall, The Kosciuszko Foundation, the Donnell Library Center Concert Series, recitals at Caramoor, CAMI Hall, and broadcast performances on North Carolina Public Television, WNYC-Radio and WBAI-Radio in New York, as well as recorded performances and interview broadcast on National Public Radio.”

No comments: