Music for Two Pianos
14 Sep 2021, 7.30pm
+ Pre-Concert Talk at 6.30pm
13, Theed Street, Waterloo, London, SE1 8ST
£15 | £10 Concessions
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'A satisfying experience.'
American composer and Professor at the University of Arizona, Daniel Asia, is highlighted by the Lin-Linder Duo, who perform four of his works, including No Time, IRIS, and Ragflections. The programme also includes works by Latinas, Gabriela Lena Frank, and Tania Leon (winner of the 2021 Pulitzer Prize), together with Chinese-American composer, Yuanyuan He.
Formed by pianists Fanya Lin and Daniel Linder, the Lin-Linder Piano Duo
have been praised for their 'strong combination' (Fanfare). The Duo began performing together after a dynamic collaboration at the University of Arizona’s
Faculty Showcase Concert Dancing on the Keyboard: Piano Music for Two, Four, and Six Hands. Currently, Dr Lin and Dr Linder both serve as Assistant Professors of Piano
at the University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music in Tucson, Arizona.
Pre-Concert Talk at 6.30pm
In a pre-concert talk, Chinese-American composer, Yuanyuan He, and Daniel Asia speak with Odaline de la Martínez.
Dan Asia No Time | Piano Set II* | IRIS* | Ragflections
Yuanyuan He Lost in Colors
Gabriela Lena Frank Seis cantos de los campos*
Tania León Satiné*
Lin-Linder Duo pianos
Sponsored by Musical Elements, the University of Arizona College of Fine Arts Fund for Excellence, and the Fred Fox School of Music Director's Fund
SNEAK PEEK! The Lin-Linder Duo perform Astor Piazzolla's Libertango with Nino Bakradze, arranged for six 6 hands by Khatia & Gvantsa Buniatishvili.