Gregory Taboloff  Bay Area Premier of Piano Sonata “Romeo and Juliet”

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Gregory Taboloff Bay Area Premier of Piano Sonata “Romeo and Juliet”

Gregory Taboloff premiers his piano sonata inspired by Romeo and Juliet plus masterworks by Rachmaninoff, Schubert, Debussy, Taboloff

By Gregory Taboloff

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Saturday, July 15 · 2:30 - 4:30pm PDT


Don Tatzin Hall 3491 Mount Diablo Boulevard Lafayette, CA 94549

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Join us for an exciting solo concert by acclaimed pianist/composer Gregory Taboloff as he debuts his piano Sonata inspired by the timeless tale of Romeo and Juliet. Hear the passion, conflict and tragic pathos of these star-crossed lovers. Plus showcasing masterworks by Rachmaninoff, Debussy, Schubert and more Taboloff.

An international pianist and storyteller, Taboloff competed at the Tchaikovsky and Queen Elisabeth competitions in Moscow and Brussels, performed for dignitaries such as English Prime Minister Edward Heath and Richard Dreyfus, debuted at Carnegie Hall with rave reviews from NY Times critic Tim Page. He premiered an earlier neo-romantic work, his 3-movement Piano Concerto "The Mystic" at Walnut Creek Lesher for the Arts and at the Herbst Theater in San Francisco, garnering glowing reviews. SF Bay Area music critic Joseph Gold lauded his concerto with praise, "Give me (more) Taboloff", and "Bravos greet (his) world premiere...before a wildly enthusiastic audience", says Harriet Ainsworth of the East Bay Times. Tickets $40.

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Gregory Taboloff

Award-winning composer pianist Gregory Taboloff brings the magic and mystique of the Romantic era to modern audiences around the globe. His scores and performances have been featured in movies, television, radio and stages from Carnegie Hall to Moscow to Asia. His passion for composition started at age 13 and he has since written piano concertos, song cycles, and piano fantasies on opera and movie themes. Taboloff's orchestral magnum opus "The Mystic" has wowed audiences and received "Bravos" from the Contra Costa Times.