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Jonathan Tsay will be exploring one of Beethoven’s greatest piano sonatas, "No. 28 in A major, Op. 101," written at the threshold between the Classical and Romantic eras, tracing its roots in history and its influence on works by Brahms, Liszt, and others in a multimedia “informance” that will include personal thoughts from the bench as well as historical source material from the composers.

Jonathan Tsay will be exploring one of Beethoven’s greatest piano sonatas, "No. 28 in A major, Op. 101," written at the threshold between the Classical and Romantic eras, tracing its roots in history and its influence on works by Brahms, Liszt, and others in a multimedia “informance” that will include personal thoughts from the bench as well as historical source material from the composers.

Jonathan Tsay will be exploring one of Beethoven’s greatest piano sonatas, "No. 28 in A major, Op. 101," written at the threshold between the Classical and Romantic eras, tracing its roots in history and its influence on works by Brahms, Liszt, and others in a multimedia “informance” that will include personal thoughts from the bench as well as historical source material from the composers.

WHEN

WHERE

Episcopal Cathedral of St. Matthew's
5100 Ross Ave.
Dallas, TX 75206
http://cathedralartsdallas.org/pianist-jonathan-tsay-in-recital/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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