Dranoff Celebrates 25th Anniversary With Jam-Packed Concert Series
8 Hands, 6 Countries, 12 Composers, 4 Locations, 1 Month
The Dranoff International 2 Piano Foundation is beginning its 25th concert season with an exciting schedule of concerts whose programs run the gamut from piano to percussion, and from Schubert to Bernstein.
The programs promise the audience the familiar and the more adventurous with each concert held in a different setting.
On October 23 at 7:30PM at the Lincoln Theater a collaboration between Dranoff Laureates Stephanie and Saar and the New World Symphony Percussion Concert will present Andre Boucourechilevâ€™s Archipel I, an â€œaleatroicâ€ work for two pianos and percussion.
On October 30 at 5PM on Key Biscayne the internationally known Dranoff Laureates, Hesse and Pauna will play a repertoire that includes Schubert, Grieg, Ravel and Mendelssohn. The concert will take place at the Key Biscayne Presbyterian Church.
November 4 at 7:30P in the Design District a first for the District, will provide the setting for Gold Medal winners Seo & Kato and the Bergonzi String Quartet. The program for the evening includes Leonard Bernstein, Arvo Part, and an ensemble premiere of Jerome Morossâ€™ â€œSonata for Piano Duet and String Quartetâ€
November 19 at the Steinway Gallery will play host to Bronze Medal winners Smolina and Mogilevsky from Russia. Theirs will be a program that features Stravinsky and Shostakovitch.
About the Dranoff International Two Piano Foundation
The Dranoff International Two Piano Foundation is dedicated to the presentation of Two Piano music and its outstanding artists to the audiences of the world. Foundation programs develop audiences and appreciation of this unique art form through performance, education, and the commission of new Two Piano compositions by world-renowned composers.
For more information call (305) 572-9900 or visit our website at: www.dranoff2piano.org.