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"Bach To The Future" Concert Series: Francesca Khalifa, Piano

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“BACH TO THE FUTURE” CONCERT SERIES

Dear Friends, please note that this program was previously scheduled for Sunday, February 17. In deciding to honor "Black History Month" and with Ms. Khalifa's agreement, this program is now moved to Sunday, March 3. We thank you for your understanding and look forward to seeing at either or both concerts!

PROGRAM:

J.S. Bach: Piano Partita No. 1 in B Flat Major BWV 825

R. Schumann: Papillons Op. 2

L. van Beethoven: Piano Sonata No 31 in A Flat Major Op.110

Noted Italian pianist, Francesca Khalifa performs some of the most beautiful Classical repertoire of all times.


A SUNDAY SERIES OF BEAUTIFUL MUSIC IN THE VILLAGE!

Attend individual concerts for inspiration every Sunday afternoon -- or, subscribe to our series, to support the work of the Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture; Its “Bach To The Future” Music/Science Program for Students; and the new Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture Youth Chorus. Accepting new student applications for the chorus -- ages 12 to 18! http://www.ffrcc.org! To Subscribe: https://www.ffrcc.org/bach-to-the-future-page

ABOUT THE ARTIST:

Francesca Khalifa, Piano

“her piano playing is uncommon among the new generation, usually technical, muscular and shaped to amaze the audience. [...] the introspection of her interpretation is convincing, as much as the subtlety and delicacy of the phrasing, the nobility of the musicianship. It is clear that behind those hands there is a cultured and sensitive person who doesn’t want to “use” the music to show off”. - Alfredo Di Pietro

The Italian- Egyptian pianist Francesca Khalifa was the winner of the Ferrara International Piano Festival in 2014, awarded by renown pianist and musicologist Paul Badura-Skoda. She resulted also top prize winner in the Schio International Piano Competition Alink-Argerich Foundation (Finalist and third place), the Premio Loreto Lancia International Piano Competition (Winner), the N. van Westerhout International Piano Competition (Winner). Highlights of the upcoming season include concerts with Orchestra Pozzoli in Italy, the Cairo Symphony Orchestra in Egypt and solo recitals and masterclasses in Italy and the United States.

Active soloist and chamber musician, her recent performances include solo recitals and chamber music concerts both in Europe (Claudio Abbado Theatre in Ferrara, Piccolo Coccia Theatre in Novara, Eglise de Saint Merry in Paris, Kapelzaal in Leiden, De Tobbe Theatre in Rotterdam) and in the United States (Saklad Auditorium and Greenfield Hall in New York, Renee Weiler Concert hall in New York, Spectrum NYC, Brooklyn Center for the Arts. Concert Hall and Barness Recital Hall in Tampa, Art Gallery and Rehearsal Hall at the University of Central Florida).

As soloist, Francesca had collaborated with the Guido d’Arezzo Symphonic Orchestra (Italy), the Oosterkerk Festival Chamber Orchestra (The Netherlands) and recently she performed with MET Opera Orchestra string quartet in the realization of Mozart piano concertos in the original chamber ensemble adaptation (New York City).

Great supporter of music education, the pianist is currently on Faculty at the Greenwich House School of Music in New York City and had previously served as Adjunct Professor at NYU Steinhardt and Piano and Ensemble Assistant Professor at the USF School of Music in Tampa. She also has been the founder and the Artistic Director of the community classical concerts series Classical Thursdays at the Brooklyn Center for the Arts.

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