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Music Salon

 

Our resident composer, Zoë Gorman, has taken inspiration from the salon music of the 17th to 19th centuries, particularly the compositions of Chopin and Liszt, to create a piece of music for the 21st century salon. 

Join us for this special event in which she debuts her salon piece for piano, violin and bassoon. Before the performance there will be a conversation with the composer about her inspiration and process as well as salon music from the past played by our resident concert pianist Louis Schwizgebel. 


Debut Concert of a New Salon Composition

Salon pieces by Chopin and Liszt

A conversation with the composer and musicians

The debut of Zoë Gorman's salon piece for piano, violin, and bassoon

 

Piano, Louis Schwizgebel

Violin, Charlotte Maclet

Bassoon, Alanna Macfarlane

 

Location upon RSVP. RSVP to this event is required: justinek@publicspheresalons.com 

 

While there is no ticket fee, we kindly ask that those wishing to attend the concert donate to support the musicians and help finance the recording of the piece. 


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Image Attribution: Michel-Barthélémy Ollivier [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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