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Andrew Willis, fortepiano
Presented by Strathmore
Sunday, October 26, 2008 at 3:00 PM
Mansion

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Pianist Andrew Willis is renowned for his performances of “color and melodic elegance” (The Philadelphia Inquirer). Rediscover the beauty of classics by C.P.E. Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Clementi, and Beethoven as they might have been heard more than two centuries ago—performed on a replica of a 1790 Walter fortepiano and a 1787 Broadwood square fortepiano.

Listen and learn! Enjoy a Jordan Kitt’s Education Series for Music in the Mansion pre-concert lecture by Scholar and pianist Donald Manildi, curator of the International Piano Archives at University of Maryland, discusses “Great Pianistic Traditions of the 19th and 20th Centuries,” 2 PM in the Shapiro Music Room. Free with concert ticket.

Audio File: Andrew Willis, Beethoven Variations on an Original Theme Op. 34, 1 - Listen Now!

Audio File: Andrew Willis, Beethoven Variations on an Original Theme Op. 34, 2 - Listen Now!

Audio File: Andrew Willis, Beethoven Variations on an Original Theme Op. 34, 6 - Listen Now!

Click Here to Read "A Brief History of the Piano."

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