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- Wed Oct 13 2021 7:30 PM
Conrad Tao has appeared worldwide as both a pianist and composer. He has been praised as a musician of “probing intellect and open-hearted vision” by The New York Times. A recipient of the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant, Tao has emerged as a thought-provoking artist and a galvanizing leader among the new generation of classical musicians. For his anticipated Meany debut, Tao takes the listener on a journey through the sonic worlds of compositional voices from the past and the immediate present, including a newly commissioned piece from the pianist himself.
The kind of musician who is shaping the future of classical music
— New York Magazine
Important Performance Information:
Masking and proof of COVID-19 vaccination (or negative COVID-19 PCR test) are required for everyone attending Meany Center events.
This event will have no intermission. Runtime is approximately 50 minutes
To read the program in advance of the performance, view our new Encore Digital Program
F. LARA: Injust Intonations (#BlackLivesMatter)
R. CRAWFORD SEEGER: Study in Mixed Accents (ossia ii)
T. LEÓN: Rituál
L. BEETHOVEN: Sonata No. 17 in D Minor, Op. 31, no. 2 “Tempest”
R. CRAWFORD SEEGER: Study in Mixed Accents (ossia i)
C. TAO: Keyed In
Commissioned by Meany Center, the Celebrity Series of Boston, The Tisch Center for the Arts at 92nd Y and Virginia Tech.
Creative Process Conversation
Pianist Conrad Tao discusses his musical process with Dr. Quinton Morris, host of Classical KING FM's Unmute the Voices. Watch Now
Piano Series generously underwritten by Sven and Melinda Bitners in memory of Dagmara Bitners