Concerts & Conversations: Pianos in Vienna and London around 1800: A cultural divide?

  • Doctorow Center for the Arts 7971 Main Street Hunter, NY

Concerts & Conversations: Pianos in Vienna and London around 1800: A cultural divide?

“How Viennese Fortepianos met English Pianofortes and lived happily ever after”

Maria Rose, piano and lecture
 

Anton Walter piano ca. 1785 (replica by John Lyon, 1985)
John Broadwood piano ca. 1842

Broadwood piano selected from the Steven E. Greenstein Collection
of the Catskill Mountain Foundation Piano Performance Museum

Saturday, May 14, 2016
8:00 pm
Doctorow Center for the Arts
7971 Main Street, Village of Hunter

Maria van Epenhuysen Rose is a native of the Netherlands and is an active performer on historical instruments and has appeared in solo recitals and chamber music concerts across Europe and the U.S. She has recorded piano works by Hummel, Clementi, Field, Mozart, Beethoven and Haydn for Musical Heritage Society.

Program: Haydn Sonata in F Major, Mozart Sonata in B flat Major, Clementi Sonata in B flat Major, Dussek Sonata in G Minor, Beethoven Sonata in D Major

This performance is part of the Piano Performance Museum Concerts & Conversations series of the Catskill Mountain Foundation's presenting season and is made possible with the generous support of the Jarvis and Constance Doctorow Family Foundation.