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Music on the Edge Presents Pianist Jeanne Golan: It Takes One to Tango

Limited in-person attendance for Pitt students, faculty and staff. Free, registration required.

Streaming will be available for the general public.

Pianist Jeanne Golan will perform tango-inspired musical gems by contemporary composers and recovered voices composers (composers who were persecuted and censored by the Nazi regime).

The New York Times describes pianist Jeanne Golan as "technically polished and superbly expressive," and the Philadelphia Inquirer as having the "gift and ability to clarify the core of music."  Her programming reflects her active involvement in the fostering of works by new composers and discovering relatively unknown musical treasures, with a leaning toward ‘recovered voices’ composers.  Having an impressive collection of pieces written for her that she has premiered and recorded, her solo and collaborative CDs appear under the Steinway&Sons, Albany, Capstone, ArsisAudio and Newport Classic labels.  Ms. Golan has been featured at such venues as Carnegie and Merkin Halls in NYC; her range of experience includes work with the Philip Glass Ensemble, Attacca Quartet, with singers as in Innocence Lost: The Berg-Debussy Project, and appearances with the American Symphony Orchestra.  Her Ravinia debut was hosted by James Conlon, where she performed piano works of Viktor Ullmann.  Her DMA from Eastman and BA from Yale, she is a professor at SUNY/Nassau and has received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award on multiple occasions.  A Steinway Artist, Jeanne Golan can be found on the web at jeannegolan.com and at the Jeanne Golan Youtube channel.

Saturday, November 13 at 8:00 p.m.

Bellefield Hall, Auditorium
315 South Bellefield Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA, 15260

Music on the Edge Presents Pianist Jeanne Golan: It Takes One to Tango

Limited in-person attendance for Pitt students, faculty and staff. Free, registration required.

Streaming will be available for the general public.

Pianist Jeanne Golan will perform tango-inspired musical gems by contemporary composers and recovered voices composers (composers who were persecuted and censored by the Nazi regime).

The New York Times describes pianist Jeanne Golan as "technically polished and superbly expressive," and the Philadelphia Inquirer as having the "gift and ability to clarify the core of music."  Her programming reflects her active involvement in the fostering of works by new composers and discovering relatively unknown musical treasures, with a leaning toward ‘recovered voices’ composers.  Having an impressive collection of pieces written for her that she has premiered and recorded, her solo and collaborative CDs appear under the Steinway&Sons, Albany, Capstone, ArsisAudio and Newport Classic labels.  Ms. Golan has been featured at such venues as Carnegie and Merkin Halls in NYC; her range of experience includes work with the Philip Glass Ensemble, Attacca Quartet, with singers as in Innocence Lost: The Berg-Debussy Project, and appearances with the American Symphony Orchestra.  Her Ravinia debut was hosted by James Conlon, where she performed piano works of Viktor Ullmann.  Her DMA from Eastman and BA from Yale, she is a professor at SUNY/Nassau and has received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award on multiple occasions.  A Steinway Artist, Jeanne Golan can be found on the web at jeannegolan.com and at the Jeanne Golan Youtube channel.

Saturday, November 13 at 8:00 p.m.

Bellefield Hall, Auditorium
315 South Bellefield Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA, 15260

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