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Broward College – Bailey Hall


address  3501 Davie Rd.
 Davie, FL  33314
phone (954) 201-6880
www.baileyhall.org/

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Gustavo Romero: "Paintings from the Piano"

Classical
Both music and visual art stem from the same desire to discover and interpret the beauty of this world and its inhabitants. However, it is rather rare that composers would be explicitly inspired by particular works of art. This concert features two such special works: selections from Enrique Granados's monumental Goyescas (based on paintings by Francisco Goya), and Modest Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition (inspired by paintings by Viktor Hartmann). Both of these works present a culmination of the Romantic Style and a unique pairing of visual and performing arts. Award-winning, internationally acclaimed pianist Gustavo Romero is a frequent guest in our series. We are very fortunate to have him share his intimate art with us once again.
art;music;romantic;piano
Event Info: (954) 201-6884
Ages: All Ages
Price: $5-$10
Event Website: info@baileyhall.org
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 • Sun 2/11/18 at 3pm 

Tao Lin: "From Scarlatti to Ginastera"

Classical
Join Tao Lin, one of South Florida's most exciting musicians in a comprehensive program of piano music spanning 300 years - from Scarlatti to Mozart to Ginastera and more in between. Described by Miami Herald as "Possessing keen musical intelligence and excellent facility", Tao Lin has deservedly been a permanent fixture in South Florida's solo and chamber concert life.
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Event Info: (954) 201-6884
Ages: All Ages
Price: $5-$10
Event Website: info@baileyhall.org
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 • Fri 2/16/18 at 7:30pm 

Kemal Gekic: "Piano Works by Bach and Liszt"

Classical
Flamboyant, daring, provocative, exciting, seductive and sensitive are some of the words used to describe one of today's most formidable pianists, Kemal Gekic, whose playing has been acclaimed worldwide by public and critics alike. His daring approach to tone and form mark him as a maverick in the musical world, a distinction he welcomes: the very strength of his artistry challenges, provokes, intrigues. "Gekic rides the charismatic edge of genius" - R. Dyer, Boston Globe "He is something like a general who has learned all the rules in the book and is therefore free to ignore them in the time of war" - James Roos, Miami Herald "His playing is transcendental as well as incandescent" - John Ardoin, Dallas Morning News Performing worldwide from a vast repertoire, Kemal Gekic presents fascinating, uncompromising and ever-changing interpretations, always generating frenzied audience enthusiasm. As a recording artist, Kemal Gekic has won accolades in Europe, America and Japan for insightful, original views of the music. His outstanding Rossini-Liszt transcriptions (Naxos) won "The Rosette" of The Penguin Guide for Music, while his recording of Liszt's Transcendental Etudes (JVC) is generally considered to be the best recording of a set in history. Born in Split, Croatia, Kemal Gekic got his early training from Prof. Lorenza Baturina. He graduated the class of Prof. Jokuthon Mihailovic at the Art Academy of Novi Sad and was immediately given a faculty appointment by the piano department which he eventually directed until 1999. Since 1999 he has been Artist in Residence at the Florida International University in Miami, Florida.
Event Info: (954) 201-6884
Ages: All Ages
Price: $5-$10
Event Website: http://www.baileyhall.org/events/index.php?category=chamber
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 • Fri 3/23/18 at 7:30pm 

TnT Duo: "Mozart and Piazzolla: Classical Elegance and Contemporary Tango"

Classical
Following one of the most lauded Bailey Hall performances of last season, Tomas Cotik and Tao Lin return with a new program, uniquely pairing the immortal genius of Mozart with the passion of Astor Piazzolla's Tangos. Don't miss this exciting concert!
Event Info: (954) 201-6884
Ages: All Ages
Price: $5-$10
Event Website: http://www.baileyhall.org/events/index.php?category=chamber
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 • Tue 3/27/18 at 7:30pm 

BC Chamber Players: "Great Romantic Piano Trios"

Classical
Members of Broward College music faculty gather to perform two of the most beloved Romantic works by Johannes Brahms. Piano Trio No. 1, op. 8 in B major is particularly known for its soaring, passionate opening and persistent virtuosic intensity. This expansive work was originally written in 1854, when Brahms was only twenty years old, but heavily revised in 1889, so that it can be considered a distinct work, combining the unabashed Romanticism of early Brahms with precise mastery of his later style. It is the only work by Brahms that exists in two versions, although it is almost always the revised version that is performed today. In an unusual twist, it is one of very few multi-movement works to begin in a major key, but end in a tonic minor- an overtly Romantic gesture. In contrast, Piano Trio No. 3 is much more compact and terse. It was written in 1883, while Brahms was vacationing in Switzerland, following the premiere of his last major orchestral work, Symphony No. 4. It is as if Brahms had decided towards the end of this life to distill his thoughts to purer forms. A straight-forward first movement is followed by a delicate scherzo, a relatively short slow movement and a muscular finale. Piano Trio No. 3 in C Minor, op. 101 Allegro energico Presto non assai Andante grazioso Allegro molto Piano Trio No. 1 in B Major, op. 8 (revised version) Allegro con moto Scherzo: Allegro molto Adagio Finale: Allegro molto
Event Info: (954) 201-6884
Ages: All Ages
Price: $5-$10
Event Website: http://www.baileyhall.org/events/index.php?category=chamber
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 • Tue 4/17/18 at 7:30pm