Lecture Concert

무소르그스키 <전람회의 그림>

미뉴엣♡ 2015. 7. 14. 08:33

       ●★ Modest Petrovich MUSORGSKY : Pictures at an Exhibition ★●



                                ● Promenade(프롬나드)


                                 2.Il vecchio castello(옛성)

                                 3.Tuillerien Dispute d'enfants apres jeux

                                    (튀일리궁전의 공원)


                                 5.Ballet de poussins leur coques

                                    (껍질이 붙은 병아리들의 발레)

                                 6.Samuel Goldenberg et Schmuyle

                                    (사뮤엘 골덴베르크와 슈뮐레)

                                 7.Limoges-le marche(리모주의 시장)

                                 8.Catacombae Sepulehrum pomanus

                                    (카타콤바이;옛날 로마시대의 무덤)

                                 9.La cabane sur des pattes de poul

                                    (닭발 위의 오두막집)

                                10.Le grand porte de Kiev

                                    (키에프의 대문)

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                                                     ((Performed by  Pianist - Alan Gampel))Born i






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Pianist Alan Gampel at Chandler


Alan Gampel, internationally renowned New York and Paris-based pianist and Chandler favorite, will make a return engagement to Randolph’s Chandler Music Hall Saturday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m.

As in his memorable appearances here in 1999 with music of Chopin, in 2001 with a program of Schubert and Liszt, and the following year with major composers of Russia, Gampel’s Chandler performance will be presented in a lecture-recital format. This time, he will focus on the music of Chopin and Brahms, taking a look at the styles of Brahms and Chopin in four specific musical forms: the ballade, the scherzo, the etude, and theme and variations.


Born into an artistic family that includes the legendary harpsichordist, Wanda Landowska, Gampel made his debut playing Beethoven variations at the age of eight at the Hollywood Bowl. When he was 16, he was honored with the Presidential Scholars Award at the White House, and went on to graduate from Stanford University at 19. After completing a graduate degree at the University of Southern California, Gampel moved to Paris.

Auditions for eminent musicians including Sir Georg Solti, Yehudi Menuhin and Daniel Barenboim led to studies and performances throughout Europe. He received a top prize at the Naumburg International Piano Competition in New York and was unanimously awarded the special Mozart Bicentenary Prize at the Dublin International Piano Competition in 1991. In 1995, he was awarded the coveted Chopin Prize at the Artur Rubinstein International Piano Competition in Israel, and was subsequently invited by Daniel Barenboim to play with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

Gampel has performed with leading orchestras, including the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, American Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestre de Paris, Irish National Symphony, and Czech Chamber Orchestra. He has appeared in recital in the United States at the Lincoln and Kennedy Centers, at Chicago’s Ravinia Festival and New York’s Mostly Mozart Festival; in London at Wigmore Hall, in Paris at the Theatre des Champs-Elysées and Auditorium du Louvre, in Rome at the Teatro Ghione, and in Istanbul as part of the International Pianist Series.

Gampel’s recordings include a group of Beethoven Sonatas, a compilation of works by Chopin including the „La ci darem la mano" variations, the monumental Liszt and Chopin B minor sonatas, and a collection of Russian works: Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition, Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite and Prokofiev’s 7th piano sonata.

Gampel’s passion for introducing classical music to young people and his ability to excite and connect with children have led him to make voluntary children’s concerts a staple of his regular concert tours. He recently created the Joy2Learn Foundation, dedicated to bringing the fine arts into classrooms across America over the Internet.

Tickets for Gampel’s Chandler concert are general admission and may be purchased by calling the Chandler Box Office at 728-6464 between 3-6 p.m., at chandlertickets@yahoo.com, and at Cover to Cover Bookstore in Randolph.

This concert is presented by Chandler Center for the Arts and is sponsored by Frederick Johnson Pianos, Inc., State Farm Insurance, and the Three Stallion Inn. It has been made possible in part through the generous promotion of the Friends of the Classics at Chandler. Chandler Music Hall is wheelchair accessible.


playing Beethoven variations at age 7 at the Hollywood Bowl. He was honored with The Special Award in the Arts from UNICEF at age 8 and with the Presidential Scholars Award, presented by President Ronald Reagan at the White House, at age 16. He went on to graduate from Stanford University at age 19 and then completed a graduate degree at the University of Southern California and at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris.













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