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Event Schedules

Thursday, 5/23

11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

PianoWorks Musicale

Sunday, 5/26

3 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Home Musicale

Annette's home in Dahlonega

Thursday, 6/20

11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Online Recital 

in Zoom

Sunday, 6/23

3 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Home Musicale

Henri's home in Atlanta

Thursday, 6/27

11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

PianoWorks Musicale

Friday, 6/28

7:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Concert

University of North Georgia

Sunday, 6/30

1 p.m. - 3 p.m.

Concert
First Presbyterian Church

Cleveland

Sunday, 7/14

Home Musicale

3 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Thursday, 7/18

Online Recital

in Zoom

Thursday, 7/25

11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

PianoWorks Musicale

Sunday, 7/28

2 p.m. - 4 p.m.

St. Brigid Catholic Church

Saturday, 8/3

11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Music Marathon

PIanoWorks

Thursday, 8/8

11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Masterclass

by Dr. Michelle Nam

Sunday, 8/11

5 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Canceled

Concert

University of North Georgia

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Distinguished Artist Series

The World Renowned Pianist & Educator,

Dr. Tamás Ungár’s Masterclasses & Lectures

 

Pianist Tamás Ungár has earned worldwide acclaim for his powerful performances and innovative programming. A regular guest artist at numerous music centers in the United States, he also performs and teaches frequently all over the globe.

Performers and audience review

  • I thought the series was superb! 

  • I've already mentioned, how awesome and helpful Dr. Ungar's presentations were (in the form of master classes, and also in the lecture about Mozart.) What I really liked and appreciated were his many allusions to the importance of imagination when playing music, the helpfulness of using our feelings when playing and interpreting music, his recommendation for us to listen to ourselves play.

       And his cheerful and inquisitive nature - always asking questions about the student's likes and dislikes, instead of just saying, "It should be played like this," (something I would say) He was so informal, yet so professional, and a joy to observe. I now understand what you mean when you said Dr. Ungar changed your life; his style and manner when instructing/commenting/correcting was so pleasant and helpful. It was the opposite of what I had experienced in the past. Thank you for a great experience. -Judy 

  • Basically, almost everyone who played (Wednesday and Saturday) seemed so well prepared and excelled in performing , I didn’t think there would be anything left for him to say - but then he had plenty to say! In a very nice way, as well. He’s all about musicality. 

  • I must say that this was by far the best (in all respects) set of master classes I have ever attended. So, thank you again to both of you for making this happen. 

  • Many thanks to Dr. Utako Tanigawa for bringing brilliant pianist and pedagogue Dr. Tamas Ungar for  masterclasses and presentations!! It would be great to have him visit Atlanta and GMG again in the future.

  • It was a very fruitful and meaningful week with Dr. Ungar.   His professional experience, wisdom, passion, love in music, and just who he is, deeply touched the heart of everyone who participated in the event despite which role you were taking. 
    All of these quality time wouldn’t have happened without so much thoughts, time, and effort from the board members of GMG. The details of event curriculum, made the whole event run smooth. 
    Thank you again for organizing such meaningful event and making us feel inspired and loved by music. 

  • The master classes with Dr. Ungar were so informative and helpful.  I loved the way he approached our group of amateur players.  I felt as if everyone went away with a great sense of inspiration.  I know I did.  

  • Dr. Ungar is a wonderful human being and teacher who is clearly very passionate about all aspects of music-making.  He advocates for a well-rounded cultural understanding of the music, which leads to a deeply relevant and personal approach to the interpretation. It was a privilege to have my student Penny participate and be able to bring two other students from Wesleyan College to observe. Thank you for organizing this wonderful event!

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Professor of Music, Texas Christian UniversityFounder and Executive Director, PianoTexas International Festival & Academy

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"Georgia Musicale Group" or "GMG" to:

Julie Woodall, GMG Treasurer

226 Oak Creek Drive

Dawsonville, GA  30534

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