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Pianist Frederick Moyer in Concert

Wednesday, December 13, 2017 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Registration begins November 29 at 9 am
Members $25 and Non-members $30

Pianist Frederick Moyer in Concert

Frederick Moyer is one of the most exciting pianists before the public today. Equally at home with Bach, Rachmaninoff, Schoenberg, Ellington and Peterson, his recitals are creative, engaging, and entertaining. Moyer will perform a program of classical piano masterpieces, including time-honored favorites, as well as wonderful pieces audience members may be hearing for the first time. His delightful commentary from the stage takes the audience into the heart of the musical experience.

Concert pianist Frederick Moyer has carved out a career characterized by an exacting approach to music-making and a wide variety of musical interests. Moyer has appeared as piano soloist with the major orchestras of Cleveland, Philadelphia, Minnesota, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Houston, Boston, Singapore, Dallas, Buffalo, Hong Kong, Japan, and Australia. His repertoire reflects an affinity for the complete range of classical music and beyond. He has recorded five Mozart concerti for Norwegian radio. His twenty-four recordings span the piano repertoire from Baroque to contemporary works. He has performed with chamber ensembles at Marlboro Music Festival and Tanglewood, in collaborations with baritone Benjamin Luxon, violinist Salvatore Accardo, cellist Nancy Green, and the Muir String Quartet, among others. He is a member of the Fred Moyer Jazz Trio, which plays note-for-note transcriptions of improvisations by the great jazz piano trios of Oscar Peterson, Bill Evans, Erroll Garner, and others.

Moyer’s activities have been supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and Humanities, the United States Information Service, the Alcoa Foundation, the Astral Foundation, the Paul Green Foundation, Affiliate Artists, Concert Artists Guild, the Western States Arts Federation, the US China Arts Exchange, and the Korean Cultural Foundation. Moyer’s enthusiasm, artistry, and adventurous programming have made him a favorite among audiences of all ages.

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