Serenata in SITE: Riffs & Digressions with Jenny Lin
‘Silenced Music’ – Mompou, Ligeti, Silvestrov, Liszt.
Jenny Lin, piano
Come enjoy the second concert in the Serenata of Santa Fe’s“Riffs & Digressions” series, presented at SITE Santa Fe. This concert features Jenny Lin, who will perform“Silenced Music” by Mompou, Ligeti, Silvestrow, and Liszt. Jenny Lin is one of the most respected pianists today, admired for her adventurous programming and charismatic stage presence. Her orchestral engagements have included the American Symphony Orchestra, NDR and SWR German Radio orchestras, and Orchestra Sinfonica Nationale della RAI. Her concerts have taken her to Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center’s Great Performers, SF Jazz, MoMA, Stanford LIVE, and National Gallery of Art, appearing at Festivals such as Mostly Mozart, BAM’s Next Wave, Spoleto USA, Kings Place London, Chopin Festival Austria, and Schleswig-Holstein Festival Germany. Since 2000, Jenny’s discography includes more than 30 recordings on Steinway & Sons, Hänssler Classic, eOne, BIS, New World and Albany Records. Highlights of the 2019/20 season include performances throughout North America, Europe, and Asia; her continuing “Melody’s Mostly Musical Day” children’s concerts; the release of the complete Nocturnes of Chopin, piano music of Artur Schnabel, and piano music of Philip Glass. Since 2014, she has joined Mr. Glass in his ongoing world tour of his Etudes.
Doors open at 5 PM.
Single tickets SITE
General – $20, Members – $10, Under 21 – $5, Under 12 – $1 & Premium – $30
4 x $30 = $120 Premium (before Aug. 30 – $110) or 4 x $20 = $80 General
This season Serenata of Santa Fe initiates a partnership with SITE Santa Fe, in presenting ‘Riffs & Digressions’, four Friday evenings devoted to timely music that reflect themes of Bel Canto, Displacement, Barriers and Migration. These concerts are casual, informative, family friendly and included in our regular Subscription Series.
Friday, January 10, 2020 – 5:30pm
‘Barriers’ – Premieres by Leslie Wildman and Conrad Cummings plus work of Fred Rzewski and Eve Beglarian
Gail Springer, soprano
Yi-heng Yang, piano
Friday, February 7, 2020 – 5:30pm
‘Migration and Complex Stories’ – Original music and stories of displacement and homeland.
Kinan Azmeh, clarinet and Dinuk Wijeratne, piano.
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