San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Presenting a Burlington College collaboration with the Department of Fine Art at St. Michael's College featuring pianist David Kaplan.
David Kaplan has been praised for his “grace and fire” by the Boston Globe, and by The New York Times for “striking imagination and creativity.” Recent seasons have brought him as a recitalist to Los Angeles, Berlin, Barcelona, Chicago, and New York, and as a chamber musician in the US, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and Denmark. He has appeared as a guest soloist of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, and performed at Miami’s Arscht Center with Itzhak Perlman.
David is a veteran of many distinguished chamber music festivals and series: he has appeared at the Seattle Chamber Music Festival, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Chamber Music Northwest, Barge Music, and the Canadian festivals of Banff and Orford. In addition, he has been a guest at Ravinia, Tanglewood, Bard, and the Mostly Mozart Festival, where he performed in Avery Fisher Hall. As a member of the New York-based Metropolis, Le Train Bleu, Decoda, and ACJW Ensembles,
Kaplan will be performing:
Johannes Brahms, OP. 116 "Fantasien"
Arnold Schoenberg, Op. 19
Bela Bartok, Op. 14
Timo Andres, "How Can I Live in Your World of Ideas"
Ludwig van Beethoven, Sonata Op. 53 "Waldstein"
Please note: This event is part of Burlington College's SPERO performances, but is being held at McCarthy Arts Center at St. Michael's College.
St. Michael's College and Burlington College students may attend for free with valid ID.