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Jeremy Denk performs a solo piano recital of wide-ranging works, March 20 at Davies Symphony Hall

March 8, 2016

  

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / MARCH 8, 2016

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JEREMY DENK PERFORMS A SOLO PIANO RECITAL OF WIDE-RANGING WORKS, MARCH 20 AT DAVIES SYMPHONY HALL 

Eclectic program features works by Beethoven, Schubert, Haydn, J.S. Bach, Byrd, Joplin, Tatum, Hindemith, Stravinsky, Ives, Nancarrow, Lambert, and William Bolcom

SAN FRANCISCO, March 8 – Pianist Jeremy Denk returns to Davies Symphony Hall for a solo recital on Sunday, March 20. In a unique program blending classical, jazz, and ragtime genres, the program features Byrd’s The Passinge Mesures: the Nynthe Pavian, William Bolcom’s Graceful Ghost Rag, Joplin & Hayden’s Sunflower Slow Drag, Tatum’s “Tea for Two,” Hindemith’s Ragtime from Suite 1922, Stravinsky’s Piano-Rag-Music, Nancarrow’s Canon, Pilgrim’s Chorus from Tannhäuser (after Wagner) by Lambert, and Ragtime Dances No. 3 and 4 from Four Ragtime Dances by Ives.  Other works on the program include J.S. Bach’s English Suite No. 3 in G minor, Haydn’s Fantasia in C major, Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, and Schubert’s Wanderer Fantasy. Denk made his San Francisco Symphony debut in 2006 and has returned to Davis Symphony Hall almost every year since then. 

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