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Mark Micchelli Performs Solo Piano Music by Pitt Graduate Composers

Music on the Edge presents PhD student Mark Micchelli in a concert of solo piano works written by eight University of Pittsburgh graduate student composers: Nicolás Aguía, Ramin Akhavijou, Jason Belcher, Emmanuel Berrido, Cullyn D. Murphy, Devon Osamu Tipp, Emerson Voss, and Micchelli himself.

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Please note that the start time for this event has been moved to 3 p.m.

Mark Micchelli is a pianist, composer, technologist, scholar, and educator whose work bridges the jazz and new music worlds. Some of Mark’s recent projects include arranging a set of jazz standards for piano and electronics, compiling a detailed analysis of Cecil Taylor’s solo piano music, and recording an album of improvisations in his Pittsburgh apartment with the piano+electronics duo Teeth and Metals. Mark’s music has been featured at ICMC, SPLICE, the Bowling Green New Music Festival, the Oh My Ears Festival, and New Music on the Point. Mark is currently pursuing his PhD at the University of Pittsburgh, where he splits his time between the Jazz Studies and Composition/Theory departments.

 

Sunday, April 18 at 3:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

Mark Micchelli Performs Solo Piano Music by Pitt Graduate Composers

Music on the Edge presents PhD student Mark Micchelli in a concert of solo piano works written by eight University of Pittsburgh graduate student composers: Nicolás Aguía, Ramin Akhavijou, Jason Belcher, Emmanuel Berrido, Cullyn D. Murphy, Devon Osamu Tipp, Emerson Voss, and Micchelli himself.

Download the program.

Please note that the start time for this event has been moved to 3 p.m.

Mark Micchelli is a pianist, composer, technologist, scholar, and educator whose work bridges the jazz and new music worlds. Some of Mark’s recent projects include arranging a set of jazz standards for piano and electronics, compiling a detailed analysis of Cecil Taylor’s solo piano music, and recording an album of improvisations in his Pittsburgh apartment with the piano+electronics duo Teeth and Metals. Mark’s music has been featured at ICMC, SPLICE, the Bowling Green New Music Festival, the Oh My Ears Festival, and New Music on the Point. Mark is currently pursuing his PhD at the University of Pittsburgh, where he splits his time between the Jazz Studies and Composition/Theory departments.

 

Sunday, April 18 at 3:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

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