March 6 - April 14, 2007
Experience the musical life of Fryderyk Chopin through his complete works for solo piano: from his earliest surviving work, a polonaise written at age 7, through his last mazurka penned in 1849. There will be nine free recitals, including pre-concert talks given by musicology and theory students and faculty, and a symposium on April 14, with talks by Jeffrey Kallberg, Mark Clague, Nadine Hubbs, and Wayne Petty.
Click on the links for the complete programs.
All concerts start at 7:30 PM, and the symposium starts at 1:30 PM.
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