Show will take place on Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
Back by popular demand, the Tuesday Musical Association is bringing back the highly requested “FUZE!” intimate classical concert series. Gregg Kallor (The Composer’s Voice) will be the pianist in concert with Dave Eggar on cello. This is the first “FUZE!” concert since 2012.
The program will feature a collection of Kallor’s original compositions along with pieces by Ginastera, Corea, Bartók, and Rachmaninoff. A reception following the concert will give audience members a chance to meet the musicians.
The concert will be held on Tuesday, August 12, 2014 and will begin at 7:00 p.m. at the Steinway Piano Gallery that is located at 334 East Hines Hill Rd, Boston Heights, Ohio (near Akron).
Gregg Kallor, composer, pianist
Gregg Kallor is a composer and pianist whose music fuses the classical and jazz traditions he loves into a new, deeply personal language. Kallor received an Aaron Copland Award for composition in 2011; he wrote a concerto for piano and orchestra during his residency at the home of the late eminent American composer. Kallor is the inaugural Composer-In-Residence at SubCulture in New York City. The first season of his two-year residency will feature world premieres of three new pieces and collaborations with cellist Joshua Roman, violinist Miranda Cuckson, mezzo-soprano Adriana Zabala, and baritone Matthew Worth.
Dave Eggar, cellist
Three-time Grammy-nominated cellist and composter Dave Eggar has performed as a soloist throughout the world including featured performances at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center Concert Hall, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and many others. A virtuoso in many styles, Mr. Eggar has performed and recorded with such artists as Tony Bennett, Joshua Bell, Andrea Bocelli, The Who, Train Coldplay, Norah Jones and may others. Eggar is a graduate of Harvard University and the Juilliard School and has won awards from SONY Records, ASCAP, the Independent Music Awards, the Leonard Bernstein Foundation, and Time Magazine for his work in contemporary Music.
Only 80 seats make this an unrivaled chamber music experience. Tickets are $25; students free, and all seating is general admission. Tickets can be purchased by calling (330) 761-3460 or by visiting the www.tuesdaymusical.org.
About Tuesday Musical
Tuesday Musical’s mission is to introduce exciting cutting-edge performances by world-class, classically trained musicians who test new musical frontiers by fusing standard repertoire and works by contemporary composers.
FUZE! is made possible by Ohio Arts Council with additional support from Steinway Piano Gallery – Cleveland.