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Recital by one of America’s foremost pianists
One of the foremost American pianists, William Wolfram was a winner of the Silver Medal in both the William Kapell and the Naumberg International Piano Competitions.
He also holds the distinction of bronze medalist of the prestigious Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in Moscow.
His concerto début with the Pittsburgh Symphony under the baton of Leonard Slatkin was the first in a long succession of appearances and career relationships with numerous American orchestras such as the San Francisco Symphony, the National Symphony, the Dallas, Minnesota and Seattle Symphonies, among others.
Schoenberg – Three Piano Pieces, Op 11
Schumann – Humoreske in B Flat Major, Op. 20
Liszt – Liebestraum No. 3, S. 541
Liszt – Aprés une lecture du Dante II, fantasia quasi sonata (Années de pèlerinage II, S. 161 No. 7) “Dante Sonata”
Subscription Series: $60 General / $50 Discount for seniors over 60
Single Tickets (sold at the door only):
$20 – General
$17 – Discount for seniors over 60
Admission is free to:
– Students under 18*
– Community College students with valid IDs
– K–12 classroom music teachers
– Dominican University students, staff, and faculty with I.D.
Tickets are available for purchase 30 minutes prior to each performance.
Angelico Hall opens 30 minutes prior to the performance for seating.
* All elementary and middle school students must be accompanied and supervised by adults. Please note, these programs are not intended for ages 5 and younger.
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20 Olive Ave., Dominican University Of California, San Rafael, CA 94901