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Nathan Lee, piano

Nathan Lee, piano

Sunday, September 16, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.

Squitieri Studio Theatre3201 Hull Rd, Gainesville, FL 32611

Reserved | $35
UF Students | $10

This performance has one intermission

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DAZZLING PRODIGY

Nathan Lee, who lives just outside Seattle, Washington, began playing the piano at the age of six and made his orchestral debut at the age of nine.

At the age of 15, he won First Prize in the 2016 Young Concert Artists International Auditions, and was also awarded no less than 14 special Concert Prizes, including the Embassy Series Prize in Washington, D.C. and Germany’s Usedom Music Festival Prize. He currently holds the Mortimer Levitt Piano Chair of Young Concert Artists.

Lee has already been heard with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra on NPR’s From the Top, the Cleveland Orchestra, and the Minnesota Orchestra, and he shared the stage with Jean-Yves Thibaudet and Lang Lang on the Seattle Symphony’s Gala Evening. A dazzling prodigy, the young pianist is known for his rhapsodic, compelling, and technically sound performances.

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PROGRAM
Abegg Variations, Op. 1
____Theme, Animato
____Variations (3)
____Cantabile
____Finale alla Fantasia
ROBERT SCHUMANN
(1810 – 1856)
Sonata No. 21, Op. 53 "Waldstein"
____Allegro con brio
____Introduzione. Adagio molto
____Rondo. Allegretto moderato - Prestissimo
LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
(1770 – 1827)
Selections from Miroirs
____Oiseaux tristes
____Alborada del gracioso
MAURICE RAVEL
(1875 – 1937)
Intermission
Sonata in F Minor, K. 466
Sonata in E Major, K. 380
Sonata in D Minor, K. 141
DOMENICO SCARLATTI
(1685 – 1757)
Ballade No. 3 in A Flat Major, Op. 47
FREDERIC CHOPIN
(1810 – 1849)
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
FRANZ LISZT
(1811 – 1886)
PROGRAM SUBJECT TO CHANGE