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Guest Author | 10/05/2020 | Arts and Culture, Concerts & Music, Family Friendly

Re-Imaginings: A Virtual Piano Festival

Re-imaginings: A Virtual Piano Festival, created by Corvallis-OSU Piano International, is available free at CorvallisPiano.org.

Featured are artists in the World Pianists Series, playing music that is speaking to them at the moment: Beethoven Project, honoring his 250th birthday; Live & Local, presenting a wide spectrum of local talent; and Catch a Rising Star, offering upcoming gifted regional pianists.

This is an ongoing event featuring many artists known both internationally and locally. Visitors to the website can listen to the recitals whenever they wish. Current recitals and new additions will remain available after they are added to the website.

Recitals are being recorded just for this series, and new presentations will be added every few weeks. For complete information, and to watch the available recitals, visit CorvallisPiano.org.

Article by Corvallis-OSU Piano International.

Corvallis-OSU Piano International virtual piano festival to feature 2 debut video recitals Oct. 15

Corvallis-Oregon State University Piano International’s “Re-imaginings: A Virtual Piano Festival” will feature two video recitals debuting on Thursday, Oct. 15.

The festival is online and free of charge, with no tickets required. Recitals are categorized into four different series: “World Pianists” features established international virtuosi; the “Beethoven Project” celebrates the composer’s 250th birthday; “Catch a Rising Star” showcases up-and-coming young pianists; and “Live and Local” features performers from the Corvallis area.

Rachelle McCabe, OSU professor of piano and Corvallis-OSU Piano International artistic director, and her sister, Robin McCabe, University of Washington professor of piano, will debut the next video recital in the World Pianists series on Oct. 15, performing “Wizard of Oz Fantasy for Four Hands.”

Also debuting on Oct. 15 is the next video in the Beethoven Project, with Craig Sheppard, University of Washington professor of piano, performing Beethoven’s Sonata in E Major, Op. 109.

Future performances in the virtual festival will feature Anton Nel (South Africa and Texas), Nyaho (Ghana and Seattle), Mark Salman (Seattle), Conrad Tao (New York City), Stephanie Leon Shames (Oklahoma), Jacques Despres (Canada) and Matthew Goodrich (Oregon).

For more information and to view the recitals, visit CorvallisPiano.org.

Article by Zachary C. Person.

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