Richard Dowling
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Richard Dowling

Hailed by The New York Times as an “especially impressive fine young pianist,” RICHARD DOWLING appears regularly across the United States and throughout the world in orchestral performances, solo recitals and chamber music collaborations. He has been acclaimed by audiences for his elegant and charismatic style of pianism which earns him frequent return engagements. He has received reviews that praise him as a “master of creating beautiful sounds with impeccable control of colors and textures,” as “a musician with something to say, the skill to say it and the magnetic power to make you want to listen” and for giving “a superb recital that left the audience craving for more at the end.” Works of Chopin, Gershwin, American ragtime and French Impressionism figure prominently in his repertoire.

Richard Dowling’s current season is highlighted by the release of a multi-CD set of the complete solo piano works of the legendary American ragtime composer, Scott Joplin. Issued by Rivermont Records in commemoration of the centennial of the death of Joplin, the set comprises 54 rags, waltzes and marches. On April 1, 2017, the exact date of the 100th anniversary of the composer’s death in New York City, he will be the first pianist in history to perform the complete cycle of Joplin’s piano works in public as he presents two consecutive recitals in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. During the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons, Mr. Dowling will be presented in all-Joplin recitals throughout the United States.

In the United States, Richard Dowling has received nationwide attention for recitals seen on the PBS program Debut and has been heard on NPR’s Performance Today, while in New York City, he has performed with orchestra at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts’ Alice Tully Hall and Damrosch Park, at Merkin Concert Hall, and in Central Park and presented recitals at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, 92nd Street YM-YWHA, Steinway Hall, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Dahesh Museum, Kosciuszko Foundation, Liederkranz Foundation, Tenri Cultural Institute, Museum of the City of New York, Christie’‘s, 54 Below, St. Bartholomew’s Church, Trinity Church, Metropolitan Club, Brooklyn Conservatory, Concordia College and The Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center.

Richard Dowling has established himself internationally with performances in Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Ecuador, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia and South Africa. In the Far East, he has performed critically acclaimed recitals at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Singapore’s Victoria Concert Hall and the Istana Auditorium in Kuala Lumpur. He has also conducted guest master classes at the LaSalle-SIA College of the Arts and Young Musicians’ Society in Singapore and Hong Kong’s Academy for the Performing Arts, as well as at the Shanghai Conservatory.

Richard Dowling enjoys a special affinity for France and its music, art and culture. He studied at the Conservatoire de Musique in Nice with the renowned French pianist Jeanne-Marie Darré, participated as a guest artist in the La Gesse Summer Festival, and received the Grand Prix from the French Piano Institute in Paris. He made his formal Paris recital debut at the Salle Cortot, and was subsequently invited to perform at the French Embassy in Washington, DC.  Maurice Ravel and his music were the subjects of Mr. Dowling’s doctoral dissertation. His repertoire includes the complete solo and chamber piano music of Ravel and many works by Debussy, Fauré and Saint-Saëns. In recognition of his dedication to French musical art, Mr. Dowling was officially inducted as a Chevalier of the renowned Company of Musketeers of Armagnac, a honor society originally founded in the 17th century by D’Artagnan in southwest France.

A competition veteran and frequent prizewinner, Richard Dowling has been awarded first place in, among others, the San Antonio International Keyboard Competition, New Orleans International Piano Competition, Music Teachers’ National Association (MTNA) Collegiate Artist Piano Competition, Louise D. McMahon International Music Competition (OK), Oklahoma Symphony Concerto Competition, Shreveport Symphony/Wideman Concerto Competition, Midland/Odessa National Young Artist Audition and the Brazos Valley (TX) Symphony Young Artists Competition. Mr. Dowling was the recipient of a special award from the National Federation of Music Clubs, recognizing his outstanding performances of American music.

Richard Dowling celebrated the 1998 centennial of the birth of George Gershwin by performing his complete solo and orchestral works for piano. In 2001, he released Sweet and Low-Down, a Klavier Records CD containing virtually all of the solo piano works by Gershwin. He has also recorded two albums of popular piano works by Chopin for Piano Productions Recordings and, with his duo-partner, cellist Evan Drachman, three CDs of cello and piano works: A Frog He Went a-Courting, Pairs of Pieces; Infinity; Romance and Revelation. In  2004, Klavier Records released World’s Greatest Rags, followed, in 2007, by Rhapsody in Ragtime, two discs of Mr. Dowling’s favorite American ragtime, novelty, stride and jazz piano solos. In 2010, Museum Music issued Music of Old New York - Ragtime Music & Songs from Turn-of-the-Century New York. His most recent recording is Gershwin for Two Pianos, a collection featuring Rhapsody in Blue and other beloved Gershwin works with fellow pianist Frederick Hodges.

Richard Dowling has produced his own critical performing editions of Maurice Ravel’s Gaspard de la nuit, Miroirs, Sonatine, Jeaux d’eau, Pavane pour une infante défunte and his  Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano,based on the composer’s original manuscripts, as well as critical editions of Debussy, Fauré, Gershwin, Hummel and Mendelssohn. In January, 2013 Alfred Music Publishing issued Zez Confrey at the Piano, Mr. Dowling’s new edition of 27 solo piano works by the 1920's American jazz master, including works that have been long out-of-print, as well as transcriptions of Confrey’s disc and player piano rolls.

While studying at Yale University, Richard Dowling was honored with the Lockwood Award for performing the best recital and the Bruce Simonds Award for outstanding solo and ensemble playing; subsequently, he earned a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in piano performance from The University of Texas. His principal teacher was Abbey Simon.

In addition to his regular concert performances, Richard Dowling is frequently heard as a member of the artist roster of The Piatigorsky Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing live classical music to audiences across America. Since 1994, he has performed well over 1000 recitals under its auspices.

Richard Dowling makes his home in New York City.

www.richard-dowling.com

BEETHOVEN

Concerto #1 in C, Op. 15
Concerto #3 in c, Op. 37
Concerto #5 in E-flat, Op. 73 ("Emperor")

CHOPIN

Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise, Op. 22
Concerto #1 in e, Op. 11
Concerto #2 in f, Op. 21
Variations on Mozart’s La ci darem la mano, Op. 2

FAURÉ

Ballade in F#, Op. 19

GERSHWIN

Concerto in F

Rhapsody in Blue
Second Rhapsody
Variations on I Got Rhythm

GRIEG

Concerto in a, Op. 16

LISZT

Concerto #1 in E-flat

MENDELSSOHN

Concerto #1 in g, Op. 25

MOSZKOWSKI

Concerto in E, Op. 59

MOZART

Concerto #21 in C, K. 467
Concerto #22 in E-flat, K. 482
Concerto #23 in A, K. 488
Concerto #25 in C, K. 503
Concerto #27 in B-flat, K. 595
Concerto for 2 Pianos in E-flat, K. 365

PROKOFIEV

Concerto #3 in C, Op. 26

RACHMANINOFF

Concerto #1 in f#, Op. 1
Concerto #2 in c, Op. 18

RAVEL

Concerto in G

SAINT-SAËNS

Carnival of the Animals
Concerto #2 in g, Op. 22
Concerto #4 in c, Op. 44

TCHAIKOVSKY

Concerto #3 in E-flat, Op. 75

TO PURCHASE CDs, visit www.dowlingmusic.com

Richard Dowling Plays Chopi, Vol. I

RICHARD DOWLING PLAYS CHOPIN, Vol. I

Piano Productions Recordings: PPR 0211

Richard Dowling Plays Chopi, Vol. II

RICHARD DOWLING PLAYS CHOPIN, Vol. II

Piano Productions Recordings: PPR 0906

Sweet and Low-Down

"SWEET AND LOW-DOWN"
RICHARD DOWLING PLAYS GERSHWIN

Klavier Records: K 11117

Rhapsody in Ragtime

“GERSHWIN FOR TWO PIANOS”

Rhapsody in Blue
Concerto in F
Variations on I Got Rhythm
Percy Grainger: Porgy and Bess Fantasy for 2 Pianos
with Frederick Hodges, pianist

Rivermont Records: BSW-2227

Rhapsody in Ragtime

"RHAPSODY IN RAGTIME"
RAGTIME, NOVELTY, STRIDE AND JAZZ PIANO SOLOS

Klavier Records: 11164

World's Greatest Piano Rags

"WORLD’S GREATEST PIANO RAGS"

Music of: Blake, Bolcom, Confrey, Gershwin, Hampton, Joplin, Lamb, Matthews, Northup, Roberts, Scott

Klavier Records: K 77035

Music of Old New York

"MUSIC OF OLD NEW YORK"

works of Joplin, Turpin, Cohan, Von Tilzer, Johnson, Paull, Europe and others

Museum Music: MM161

Romance and Revelation

"ROMANCE AND REVELATION"

Rubinstein: Melody, Op. 3, #1
Bruch: Kol Nidrei
Piatigorsky: Prayer
Rubinstein: Romance, Op. 44, #1
Dvorák: Cello Concerto in b, Op. 104
Rachmaninoff: Andante from Cello Sonata in g, Op. 19
Evan Drachman, cellist
Richard Dowling, pianist

EDVC Music: 2903

Infinity

"INFINITY"

Tchaikovsky/Piatigorsky: Valse sentimentale
Elgar: Cello Concerto in e, Op. 85
J.Piatigorsky: Prelude
Schumann/Casals: Träumerei from Scenes from Childhood
Prokofiev/Piatigorsky: March from Music for Children
Prokofiev/Piatigorsky: Masques from Romeo and Juliet
Schumann: Fantasiestücke, Op. 73
Evan Drachman, cellist
Richard Dowling, pianist

EDVC Music: 2902

Paris of Pieces

"PAIRS OF PIECES"

Haydn: Divertimento
Weber: Adagio & Rondo
Bruch: Kol Nidrei
Piatigorsky: Prayer
Piatigorsky: Promenade & Syrinx
Hindemith: A Frog He Went a-Courting
Schubert: Introduction, Theme & Variations
Granados: Orientale & Andaluza
Piatigorsky: Scherzo
Prokofiev: Masques
Fauré: Elegy
Saint-Saëns: The Swan
Evan Drachman, cellist
Richard Dowling, pianist

The Piatigorsky Foundation: PF 2901

Richard Dowling is an especially impressive, fine pianist.

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra was in fine form at the opening of its 48th season, but the high point was pianist Richard Dowling’s extraordinary encore. Following a flawless performance of Chopin’s Concerto No.2 in F minor, Dowling instantly silenced thunderous applause when he returned for his solo encore, playing a delightful Chopin nocturne. Dowling started out with a straight forward treatment of the piece but couldn’t help himself from having fun and jazzed things up with some ragtime riffs, putting his own fingerprints all over Chopin with clever variations of the popular nocturne. Everyone, especially Dowling, was all smiles at intermission.

CONNECTICUT POST

Music of Old New York
This collection of Tin Pan Alley, Broadway, ragtime, patriotic tunes, and other turn-of-the-century New York genres is distinguished by its sumptuous musicality. Richard Dowling eschews the punchy pseudo-piano roll approach used by so many contemporary pianists in this material. This is an attractive love letter to old New York and an excellent introduction to a vital aspect of American culture.

AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE

Dowling is a musician with something to say, the skill to say it and magnetic power to make you want to listen. It wasn’t just music - it was theater, story-telling of the best sort.

THE SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS

Dowling’s performance of Ravel’s Alborada del gracioso exhibits his genuine affection for French music. He plays with considerable depth, expressing a forceful understanding of this style of music.

CLASSICAL MAGAZINE

Richard Dowling gave a superb all-Chopin recital. Here, clearly, is a pianist of high ideals as he approached every work with utmost attention to detail in balance, phrasing and pedalling. More importantly, his efficient technique was unfailingly musical and even the most daunting technical passages were transformed into objects of beauty. Dowling had something personal to say and impressed with impeccable control of colours and textures. He received a standing ovation and left the audience craving more.

THE BUSINESS TIMES (Singapore)

Beethoven’s Concerto No. 5 is one of the most difficult piano concertos created. Before Jon Kalbfleisch raised his baton, the on-stage interaction between the maestro and pianist Richard Dowling displayed a promising sense of confidence and excitement. The soloist’s talent immediately began to shine, and his showmanship and skill were exhibited with a great fervor balanced with a wonderfully delicate grace. Considering the nature of the Beethoven’s piece, the partnership between the conductor and soloist was integral to its success, and the musicians did not fail to impress. Throughout the concerto, the phenomenal performance from Dowling and the Lawton Philharmonic Orchestra reached the high standards the organization sets for its performances.

THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION (Oklahoma)

Dowling obviously has technique to spare; even at whirlwind tempos, his playing was quite clean. He also has a knack for dramatic underlining, taking full advantage of every possible fortissimo.

SUN-SENTINEL (Fort Lauderdale)

Pianist Richard Dowling dances through 29 Gershwin numbers with exuberance and a natural feel for rubato. He plays with what Gershwin called the stenciled style - fast, upbeat, and snappy. The recording has a dry sparkle perfect for Dowling’s no-nonsense playing. If you love Gershwin, don’t miss this.

AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE

9/13/2016 (3pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF MASSACHUSETTS

Goddard House (Brookline)

J.S. Bach: Cello Suite #3 (solo cello)
Grieg: Cello Sonata
Bruch: Kol Nidrei
Chopin: Cello Sonata (mvt. III: Largo)
with Evan Drachman, cellist

9/13/2016 (7:30pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF MASSACHUSETTS

Waterstone at Wellesley (Wellesley Hills)

J.S. Bach: Cello Suite #3 (solo cello)
Grieg: Cello Sonata
Bruch: Kol Nidrei
Chopin: Cello Sonata (mvt. III: Largo)
with Evan Drachman, cellist

9/14/2016 (2pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF MASSACHUSETTS

Brookline Senior Center

J.S. Bach: Cello Suite #3 (solo cello)
Grieg: Cello Sonata
Bruch: Kol Nidrei
Chopin: Cello Sonata (mvt. III: Largo)
with Evan Drachman, cellist

9/14/2016 (7pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF MASSACHUSETTS

Maplewood at Weston

J.S. Bach: Cello Suite #3 (solo cello)
Grieg: Cello Sonata
Bruch: Kol Nidrei
Chopin: Cello Sonata (mvt. III: Largo)
with Evan Drachman, cellist

9/15/2016 (8pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF MASSACHUSETTS

Cabot Park Village (Newton)

J.S. Bach: Cello Suite #3 (solo cello)
Grieg: Cello Sonata
Bruch: Kol Nidrei
Chopin: Cello Sonata (mvt. III: Largo)
with Evan Drachman, cellist

9/16/2016 (3:30pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF MASSACHUSETTS

Glenmeadow Retirement Community (Longmeadow)

J.S. Bach: Cello Suite #3 (solo cello)
Grieg: Cello Sonata
Bruch: Kol Nidrei
Chopin: Cello Sonata (mvt. III: Largo)
with Evan Drachman, cellist

9/17/2016 (7:30pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF MASSACHUSETTS

Kimball Farms Lifecare Retirement Community (Lenox)

J.S. Bach: Cello Suite #3 (solo cello)
Grieg: Cello Sonata
Bruch: Kol Nidrei
Chopin: Cello Sonata (mvt. III: Largo)
with Evan Drachman, cellist

9/23-25/2016

CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA RAGTIME & AMERICAN MUSIC FESTIVAL

Orbisonia Presbyterian Church (Rockhill Furnace)

 

9/30-10/2/2016

CAPE COD RAGTIME FESTIVAL

Church of the Holy Spirit (Orleans, MA)

 

10/8/2016 (8pm)

NORTH OAKS RETIREMENT COMMUNITY (Pikesville, MD)

J.S. Bach: Cello Suite #3 (solo cello)
Grieg: Cello Sonata
Bruch: Kol Nidrei
Chopin: Cello Sonata (mvt. III: Largo)
with Evan Drachman, cellist

10/10/2016 (7pm)

EDENWALD RETIREMENT COMMUNITY (Baltimore, MD)

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

10/13/2016 (7pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF PENNSYLVANIA

Abramson Center for Jewish Life (North Wales, PA)

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

10/17/2016 (7:30pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF PENNSYLVANIA

Sayre Theatre

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

10/18/2016 (6pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF PENNSYLVANIA

Mansfield University of Pennsylvania

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

10/25/2016 (7pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF WYOMING

Rawlins Music Academy

with Erika Wueschner, soprano

10/26/2016 (7pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF WYOMING

Broadway Theater (Rock Springs)

with Erika Wueschner, soprano

10/27/2016 (7pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF WYOMING

Kemmerer High School Auditorium

with Erika Wueschner, soprano

10/28/2016 (7pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF WYOMING

Fremont County Library

with Erika Wueschner, soprano

11/6/2016 (7pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF GEORGIA

Campbell-Stone Sandy Springs (GA)

with Rodrigo Garciarroyo, tenor

11/8/2016 (7pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF GEORGIA

Historic Ritz Theatre at the Schaefer Center (Toccoa)

with Rodrigo Garciarroyo, tenor

11/9/2016 (6pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF GEORGIA

Hartwell First United Methodist Church

with Rodrigo Garciarroyo, tenor

11/10/2016 (10am)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF GEORGIA

Henry County Performing Arts Center (McDonough)

with Rodrigo Garciarroyo, tenor

11/10/2016 (3:30pm)

THE PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION - TOUR OF GEORGIA

Wesley Woods of Newnan

with Rodrigo Garciarroyo, tenor

11/18-20/2016

WEST COAST RAGTIME FESTIVAL (CA)

Sacramento Marriott Rancho Cordova

 

12/16/2016 (7:45pm)

WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL PIANO ARTS COUNCIL

Residence of the Bulgarian Ambassador to the United States (DC)

Addinsell/Dowling: Warsaw Concerto
Debussy: Clair de lune
Johnson: Charleston Claude
Rachmaninoff: Prelude in c#
Cobb: Russian Rag
Gottschalk: Pasquinade
Joplin: selections

12/31/2016 (8pm)

SARASOTA BAY CLUB (FL)

“The World’s Greatest Piano Masterpieces”

Bach, J.S.: Prelude in C
Addinsell/Dowling: Warsaw Concerto
Beethoven: Für Elise
Beethoven: Piano Sonata #14
Chopin: Fantaisie-Impromptu
Chopin: 2 waltzes
Chopin: 2 etudes
Chopin: Prelude in e
Chopin: Polonaise #6
Liszt: Liebestraum #3
Debussy: Clair de lune
Debussy: La Fille aux cheveux de lin
Saint-Saëns: The Swan
Rachmaninoff: Prelude in c#
Rachmaninoff: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (18th Variation)
ragtime selections, tba
Gershwin/Dowling: Rhapsody in Blue

1/2/2017 (5pm)

THE GLENVIEW AT PELICAN BAY (Naples, FL)

 

1/3/2017 (8pm)

CENTERS FOR THE ARTS BONITA SPRINGS (FL)

Hinman Auditorium

 

2/4/2017 (2pm)

KANSAS CITY RAGTIME REVELRY

Schmitt Music Recital Room (Overland Park, KS)

Two-Piano Duo Recital with Frederick Hodges

3/12/2017 (3pm)

MUSICAL ARTS SOCIETY OF NEW ORLEANS (LA)

Le Petite Théâtre du Vieux Carré

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

3/15/2017 (6pm)

LINCOLN PARISH LIBRARY (Ruston, LA)

Library Events Center

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

4/1/2017 (2&7pm)

PIANO PRODUCTIONS/PARKER ARTISTS

Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall (NYC)

The Complete Solo Piano Music Of Scott Joplin in 2 Programs

4/3/2017 (8pm)

BICKFORD THEATRE AT THE MORRIS MUSEUM (Morristown, NJ)

“The Two Sides of Scott Joplin”
with Jeff Barnhart, pianist

4/10/2017 (1pm)

BERNARDS TOWNSHIP LIBRARY

Westminster Hall, The Presbyterian Church of Basking Ridge (NJ)

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

4/22/2017 (2&7pm)

DIXIELAND JAZZ CLUB OF ROSSMOOR (Walnut Creek, CA)

Tahoe Room

The Complete Solo Piano Music Of Scott Joplin in 2 Programs

4/24/2017 (6:30pm)

CROSS TIMBERS FINE ARTS COUNCIL (Stephenville, TX)

First United Methodist Church

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

4/28/2017 (8pm)

AUSTIN CHAMBER ENSEMBLE (TX)

First Presbyterian Church

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

5/5/2017 (7pm)

TRINITY STAR ARTS COUNCIL

Lakeside United Methodist Church (St. Elmo, TX)

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

5/31-6/3/2017

SCOTT JOPLIN INTERNATIONAL RAGTIME FESTIVAL

 

6/16/2017 (7:30pm)

SHELL POINT RETIREMENT COMMUNITY

The Village Church at Shell Point Auditorium (Fort Myers, FL)

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

6/18/2017 (2pm)

MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS (St. Petersburg, FL)

The Marly Room

Beethoven: Piano Sonata #16
Gottschalk: Pasquinade
Gottschalk: The Dying Poet
Gottschalk: The Banjo
Joplin: The Great Crush Collision March
Joplin: The Strenuous Life
Joplin: Euphonic Sounds
Joplin: Bethena
Joplin: Heliotrope Bouquet
Joplin: Elite Syncopations
Joplin: Wall Street Rag
Joplin: The Cascades
Joplin: Treemonisha (“A Real Slow Drag”)
Joplin: Sun Flower Slow Drag
Gershwin/Dowling: Rhapsody in Blue

6/28/2017 (3pm)

CABOT PARK VILLAGE (Newton, MA)

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

6/29/2017 (1pm)

BROOKLINE SENIOR CENTER (MA)

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

6/29/2017 (7:30pm)

WATERSTONE AT WELLESLEY (Wellesley Hills, MA)

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

7/23/2017 (2pm)

NORTHERN VIRGINIA RAGTIME SOCIETY

Jordan Kitts (Fairfax)

 

7/29/2017 (6:30pm)

ST. PETER’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH FINE ARTS SERIES (Ashtabula, OH)

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

8/20/2017 (2&3:30pm)

TRI-STATE JAZZ FESTIVAL

Community Arts Center (Wallingford, PA)

 

9/7/2017 (7:30pm)

CARSON-NEWMAN UNIVERSITY (Jefferson City, TN)

Thomas Recital Hall, Tarr Music Center

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

9/22-24/2017

CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA RAGTIME & AMERICAN MUSIC FESTIVAL

Orbisonia Presbyterian Church (Rockhill Furnace)

 

10/6/2017 (7:30pm)

GREAT FALLS COMMUNITY CONCERT ASSOCIATION (MT)

Mansfield Theater, The Mansfield Center for the Performing Arts

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin
Elite Syncopations
Weeping Willow
The Cascades
Heliotrope Bouquet
Paragon Rag
Rose Leaf Rag
Stoptime Rag
Wall Street Rag
Bethena–A Concert Waltz
The Strenuous Life
Swipesy Calk Walk
The Nonpareil
Maple Leaf Rag
The Great Crush Collision March
A Breeze from Alabama
Pine Apple Rag
Fig Leaf Rag
Euphonic Sounds
Harmony Club Waltz
audience choice
The Entertainer
The Easy Winners
Solace–A Mexican Serenade
The Ragtime Dance
Gladiolus Rag
Sun Flower Slow Drag
A Real Slow Drag from Treemonisha

10/19/2017 (7:30pm)

ELON UNIVERSITY (NC)

Whitley Memorial Auditorium

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

10/28/2017 (7pm)

MUSEUM OF MAKING MUSIC (Carlsbad, CA)

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

11/10/2017 (7:30pm)

THE MUSIC ASSOCIATION AT ROSSMOOR (Monroe Township, NJ)

The Meeting House

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

11/12/2017 (2pm)

FORT LEE PUBLIC LIBRARY (NJ)

Meeting Room

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

11/17-20/2017

WEST COAST RAGTIME FESTIVAL (CA)

Sacramento Marriott Rancho Cordova

 

12/9/2017 (2pm)

PIATIGORSKY FOUNDATION & STIEFEL FOUNDATION

Weill Art Gallery, 92nd Street YMHA-YWHA (NYC)

with Evan Drachman, cellist

1/25/2018 (7pm)

SHELL POINT RETIREMENT COMMUNITY (Fort Myers, FL)

with Evan Drachman, cellist

2/4/2018 (7pm)

ABBEY DELRAY (FL)

Meeting Room

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

2/5/2018 (6:30pm)

INDIAN RIVER ESTATES EAST (Vero BeachFL)

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

2/6/2018 (7:15pm)

ST. ANDREWS ESTATES (Boca Raton, FL)

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

2/8/2018 (7:30pm)

MOORINGS PARK (Naples, FL)

Bower Chapel

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

2/10/2018 (7:30pm)
2/11/2018 (3pm)

ARTIST SERIES CONCERTS OF SARASOTA (FL)

Historic Asolo Theater, Ringling Museum of Art

The Complete Solo Piano Music Of Scott Joplin in 2 Programs

2/13/2018 (6:30pm)

WESTMINSTER SHORES (St. Petersburg, FL)

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

2/16/2018 (7pm)

WESTMINSTER SUNCOAST (St. Petersburg, FL)

Great Scott! - A Centennial Celebration of Scott Joplin

Beethoven: Piano Sonata #14 in c-sharp, Op. 27, #2 (mvt I: Adagio sostenuto)
San Antonio Symphony Beethoven Festival
February 14, 2012

Chopin: Nocturne #2 in E-flat, Op. 9, #2
   
         with
Uslan: Chopin’s Knocked Urn

San Antonio Symphony Beethoven Festival
February 14, 2012

Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue for solo piano (Part 1)
Kansas City Ragtime Revelry
May 17, 2009

Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue for solo piano (Part 2)
Kansas City Ragtime Revelry
May 17, 2009

Ravel: Piano Trio in a
Lecture/Recital - Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center
The University of Texas at Austin
November 18, 2008

Gershwin: Rialto Ripples Rag
Sun Valley Summer Symphony
Erich Kunzel, conductor
August 4, 2007