Pablo Amorós, piano
Wednesday, 10/12, 7:30pm - Campana Chapel
Music at Pitt-Greensburg is thrilled for the return of pianist Pablo Amorós to our stage, after bringing to us a brilliant performance in November of 2014. Traveling to the United States again from Córdoba, Spain, he brings his extraordinary sensibility and an innate elegance on the keyboard, bestowing a surprising originality on his interpretations of the great pianistic repertoire. His interest in the music of our time has led him to become a principal international disseminator of the work of recognized contemporary Spanish composers.
Two Spanish Dances - Enrique Granados
Andaluza, from Four Spanish Pieces - Manuel De Falla
Impromptu, op 90 no. 2&3 - Franz Schubert
Zapateado - Granados
Serenata Andaluza & Danza de la vida breve, no. 1 - Falla
Nocturne, op 27 no. 1&2 - Frédéric Chopin
Pantomime, from Love the Magician - Falla
Mini-miniatures - Leonardo Balada
Allegro de concierto - Granados
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About Music at Pitt-Greensburg
The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg features three concert series in Campana Chapel.
- Pitt-Greensburg Chorale and Chamber Singers: Pitt-Greensburg's featured student choral ensembles
- Joan Chambers Concert Series: Local, national, and international artists appearing in memory of ardent Pitt-Greensburg supporter Joan Chambers
- Friday Evening Music Club: A community of area performers and audience dedicated to creating and sharing in great artistic performance and camaraderie
All performances begin at 7:30pm (unless otherwise noted). Performances are free and open to the public; see Admission page for more info about donations to ensembles and series at the concert venue.
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