Thursday, 9/3 Virtual Musicale

Carol Wazlavek has had extensive research about Chopin and his Ballades. Last three presentations were taken very well and generated a lot of discussions. This Thursday, she will demonstrate several parts of Ballade #2 and explain technical, and musical significance in addition to the story behind of the phrases.

Utako will play Scarlatti K.380/L.23. She will talk about Scarlatti's music and influence.

We still have a room for performers. Both performers and listeners are welcomed. All the participants will join free discussion afterwards. The Zoom link is posted at the sign-up sheet.

Looking forward to seeing you soon.

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