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David Korevaar to perform Denver solo recital featuring works of black composers in a folk/gypsy themed program / BroadwayWorld

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Award-winning pianist David Korevaar will present two virtual recitals this month: Thursday, October 15th at 6:00pm MT livestreamed from Schmitt Music in Denver which will feature works of black composers including Samuel Coleridge-Taylor's Cameos, R. Nathaniel Dett's In the Bottoms Suite, Florence Price's Sonata in E Minor and Margaret Bonds' Spiritual Suite, and can be viewed live on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/schmittmusicdenver/.

On Friday, October 16 at 7:00pm MT with duo partner violinist Charles Wetherbee, hosted by Colorado Public Radio's David Ginder, the Snake River Music Festival virtual concert will include Dohnanyi's Three Pieces from Ruralia Hungarica, Enescu's Violin Sonata No. 3, Gabriela Lena Frank's Sueños de Chambi and Bartok's Rumanian Folk Dances, and can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaeason4Ova_GOxixosh9qQ?feature=applinks, both at no cost.

Hailed for his "wonderfully warm, pliant, spontaneous playing" by the Washington Post, award winning pianist David Korevaar is in demand as a soloist, chamber musician and collaborator. His active career includes appearances with the Rochester Philharmonic, Colorado Symphony, Louisville Orchestra, Japan's Shonan Chamber Orchestra, Brazil's Goiania Symphony, and with acclaimed conductors including Guillermo Figueroa, Per Brevig, Stanislaw Skrowaczewski and Jorge Mester. Korevaar has earned critical acclaim performing a broad range of repertoire from Bach to George Crumb. His performance of John Cage's Concerto for Prepared Piano and Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Paul Zukofsky was praised by the New York Times "as admirably projected in the devoted and lovely performance of David Korevaar." David had the honor to work with Cage to prepare the concerto.

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