13-Oct-2017


Jerome Lowenthal

Recital
Friday, October 13, 2017
7:00 p.m.
$15 
($10 students and seniors)

 
Master Class
Saturday, October 14, 2017
3:00 p.m.
Free 

Mr. Lowenthal will perform perform works by Mozart, Chopin, Debussy and Poulenc as part of the German Diez Recital Series, with a Master Class for Greenwich House Music School students Saturday, October 14 at 3:00 p.m. 

Mozart: Six Variations on "Salve tu, domine," K. 398 
Chopin: Ballade no. 2, opus 38 
Debussy: General Lavine, excentrique 

INTERMISSION 

Poulenc: Aubade (Concerto choregraphique), arranged for solo piano by the composer 
Toccata 
Recitatif- Les compagnes de Diane 
Rondeau-Diane et ses compagnes 
Presto- Toilette de Diane 
Recitatif- Introduction a la Variation de Diane 
Andante- Variation de Diane 
Allegro feroce- Desespoir de Diane 
Conclusion- Adieux et depart de Diane 

Mozart: Fantasie in d minor, K. 397 
Prokofieff: Sonata no. 2 in d minor 
Allegro, ma non troppo 
Scherzo: Allegro marcato 
Andante
Vivace

For tickets and more information email music@greenwichhouse.org or 
visit the Greenwich House Music School Box Office at 46 Barrow St.


Jerome Lowenthal, born in 1932, continues to fascinate audiences, who find in his playing a youthful intensity and an eloquence born of life-experience. He is a virtuoso of the fingers and the emotions.  

Mr. Lowenthal studied in his native Philadelphia with Olga Samaroff-Stokowski, in New York with William Kapell and Edward Steuermann, and in Paris with Alfred Cortot, meanwhile traveling annually to Los Angeles for coachings with Artur Rubinstein. After winning prizes in three international competitions (Bolzano, Darmstadt and Brussels), he moved to Jerusalem where, for three years, he played, taught and lectured.  

Returning to America, he made his debut with the New York Philharmonic playing Bartok's Concerto no. 2 in 1963. Since then, he has performed more-or-less everywhere, from the Aleutians to Zagreb. Conductors with whom he has appeared as soloist include Barenboim, Ozawa, Tilson Thomas, Temirkanov and Slatkin, as well as such giants of the past as Leonard Bernstein, Eugene Ormandy, Pierre Monteux and Leopold Stokowski. He has played sonatas with Itzhak Perlman, piano duos with Ronit Amir (his late wife), Carmel Lowenthal (his daughter) and Ursula Oppens, as well as quintets with the Lark, Avalon and Shanghai Quartets. He has recently recorded the complete Annees de Pelerinage of Liszt. His other recordings include concerti by Tschaikovsky and Liszt, solo works by Sinding and Bartok opera paraphrases by Liszt and Busoni, and chamber-music by Arensky and Taneyev.  

Teaching, too, is an important part of Mr. Lowenthal's musical life. For twenty-six years at the Juilliard School and for forty-seven summers at the Music Academy of the West, he has worked with an extraordinary number of gifted pianists, whom he encourages to understand the music they play in a wide aesthetic and cultural perspective and to project it with the freedom which that perspective allows.




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