Lecture Recital at the Warwick Town Hall, Warwick, MA
Presented by Elan Sicroff, pianist
Thomas de Hartmann, Composer (1885-1956)
AN UNTOLD STORY
Meet violinist Katharina Naomi Paul, and Elan Sicroff on their U.S. lecture tour from Germany Talk on deHartmann’s life, ideas, and music
Solo piano performance
Sonata for Violin and Piano, Op. 51, performed by Katharina Naomi Paul and Elan Sicroff
Preview photographs and sound files from the seven-CD set due for release in May, 2016
The Thomas de Hartmann Project: Music for Piano, Voice, and Chamber Ensemble
Tuesday, March 8, 2016 4:30 pm
A lecture recital with Power Point presentation by pianist Elan Sicroff, featuring the Violin Sonata Op. 51 by Thomas de Hartmann, with Katharina Naomi Paul, violin.
Thomas de Hartmann (1885-1956) was a Russian-born composer, famous in the early 20th century. He was a friend of Wassily Kandinsky and a member of the Blaue Reiter Group in Munich, a close associate of the Russian mystic Gurdjieff in the 1920s, and personal friend of Pablo Casals, who introduced him to Alexander Schneider and other luminaries in the classical music world of the 1940s in Paris. The Thomas de Hartmann Project, spearheaded by Elan Sicroff, will release a 7 CD set in May, featuring music for piano, voice, and chamber music, with the aim of bringing his work back to public attention.
Sponsored by the Bard College Conservatory of Music, Music Program, and The Bard College Office of Development and Alumni/ae Affairs
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