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A Celebration of the Piano: Timothy Andres, piano and Tudor Dominik Maican, piano
Presented by Strathmore
Thursday, May 14, 2009 at 7:30 PM

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Enjoy an intimate evening of piano—and discover some original new music by a prodigiously talented young composer, 23-year-old Timothy Andres. Andres appears here just two nights after premiering a new work with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. His concert will feature new original works as well as works by Ingram Marshall and Steve Gorbos.

Ingram Marshall: Authentic Presence
Andres: How can I live in your world of ideas?
Andres: Sorbet


Steve Gorbos: Surely some revelation...?
Frederic Rzewski: Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues
Charles Ives: The Alcotts

Audio File: Andres, "La Malinconia" - Listen Now!
Audio File: Andres, "Antennae" - Listen Now!

Click Here to read a couple of recent articles about Timothy Andres

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

Due to an injury, Tudor Dominik Maican will be unable to perform on Thursday, May 14. Timothy Andres will play a solo piano concert of his original pieces as well as works by Ingram Marshall and Steve Gorbos. If you no longer wish to attend the concert, and would like a refund, please return your tickets to the Strathmore ticket office.

Strathmore Ticket Office
5301 Tuckerman Lane, North Bethesda, MD
M/T/TH/F 10am-5pm, W 10am-9pm, SA 10am-2pm
Complimentary 15 minute Ticket Office Parking is available in the Mansion lot weekdays 10am-5pm.

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