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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

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Today's Topics:

1. The Windows Project at Warnors (Donnalee Dunne)
2. 2009-2010 Philip Lorenz Memorial Keyboard Concerts (Anreas Werz)


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The schedule of artists presenting at the Windows of Art are:
Anne Scheid - May and June
Donnalee Dunne - July and August
Nanete Maki-Dearsan - September and October
Robert Weibel - November and December
Juliana Harris - January and February
Joan Sharma - March and April
Trude McDermott and Linda Koch - May and June

Watch for the changing of the art, and please come to ArtHops each month to
have a chat with the artists.

California Contemporary Art Collective (CCAC)


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2009 - 2010

38 th Season


Friday, September 18 ? 8 p.m. NAREH ARGHAMANYAN

First prize winner of the 2008 Montreal International Music Competition, Nareh Arghamanyan ?is destined to have a major international career? (The Salt Lake Tribune). A graduate of the esteemed Vienna Music Conservatory and recipient of the prestigious Herbert von Karajan Scholarship, this twenty-year-old Armenian artist has already appeared in major venues in the United States, Russia, Germany, France, and Switzerland.

This concert is co-sponsored with the CSUF Armenian Studies Program.

Wednesday, October 7 ? 8 p.m. HAOCHEN ZHANG



and winner of the 2007 China International Piano Competition, nineteen-year-old Haochen Zhang is following the footsteps of Lang Lang and Yundi Li as one of today?s most gifted Chinese virtuoso pianists demonstrating ?sophisticated musicality and spiky brilliance? (The Dallas Morning News).

Friday, October 23 ? 8 p.m. GARRICK OHLSSON

Since his triumph as winner of the 1970 Chopin International Piano Competition, pianist Garrick Ohlsson has established himself worldwide as a musician of magisterial interpretive and technical prowess. Although he has long been regarded as one of the world's leading exponents of the music of Fr?d?ric Chopin, Garrick Ohlsson commands an enormously wide and eclectic repertoire that spans from Haydn and Mozart to works of the 21st century and includes over 80 concerti for piano and orchestra.

Sunday, January 10 ? 3 p.m. ARNALDO COHEN

First prize winner of the 1972 Busoni International Piano Competition, the Brazilian-born pianist Arnaldo Cohen ?has everything that makes a great virtuoso? (Le Figaro, Paris) and ?nothing to fear from any rival pianist today? (CD Review Magazine). His playing of white-hot intensity, intellectual probity, and glittering bravura technique bordering on sheer wizardry have led to collaborations with such acclaimed conductors as Kurt Masur, Klaus Tennstedt, Kurt Sanderling, and Yehudi Menuhin.

Friday, February 5 ? 8 p.m. MIKHAIL RUDY

Born in Russia and a graduate of the famed Moscow Conservatory, Mikhail Rudy made his debut in the West with a performance of Beethoven's ?Triple Concerto? together with Mstislav Rostropovich and Isaac Stern. His honors as a concert and recording artist are numerous and include a Prix de l?Academie du Disque Francais and a Grand Prix Liszt. First prize winner at the Marguerite Long Competition, Mikhail Rudy is praised for his charismatic virtuosity and ?playing of the highest order of imagination" (Gramophone Magazine).

Wednesday, March 17 ? 8 p.m. HORACIO GUTI?RREZ

Considered one of the great pianists of our time, Horacio Guti?rrez is consistently praised by critics and audiences alike for the poetic insight and technical mastery he brings to a diverse repertoire. Since his professional debut in 1970 with Zubin Mehta and the Los Angeles Philharmonic, he has appeared regularly with the world?s greatest orchestras and on its major recital series. Horacio Guti?rrez is a winner of an Emmy Award and has also been welcomed three times by Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show.

Sunday, April 11 ? 3 p.m. CAROLE TERRY (organ)

A graduate of Stanford University, Carole Terry is ?a musician's musician who plays with great elegance, but also, when needed, with fire" (The American Organist). She has appeared at such distinguished American universities as Stanford, Harvard, Berkeley, UCLA, and Cornell and such notable churches as Grace Cathedral in San Francisco and National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.. Her European tours have included performances in Germany, Switzerland, Spain, and Austria.

This concert is co-sponsored with the San Joaquin Valley Chapter, American Guild of Organists.

Friday, April 30 ? 8 p.m. STEPHEN HOUGH

With a singular artistic vision that transcends musical fashions and trends, this British artist is widely regarded as one of the most important and distinctive pianists of his generation. Recipient of a prestigious MacArthur Fellowship in 2001, he is praised as "a virtuoso who begins where others leave off" (The Washington Post). Stephen Hough has appeared with most of the major European and American orchestras and plays recitals regularly in the most prominent halls and concert series around the world.

All concerts to be held in the

Concert Hall in the East Music Building on the campus of

California State University, Fresno.

Free Parking will be available in Lot C.


Season Ticket Prices:

$ 115.00 general

$ 85.00 seniors

$ 30.00 students

Individual Ticket Prices:

$ 18 general

$ 12 seniors

$ 5 students
Tickets may be purchased by sending a check to:

Keyboard Concerts

P.O. Box 14162

Fresno, CA 93650

For information, please call 278-2337.

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