Tag Archives: Piano

A Gothic Recital at St. John United Methodist Church

Sunday, July 1st | 3 PM

A solo piano recital by Josef Patchen featuring music by Bach/Busoni, Prokofieff, Liszt, and Mr. Patchen will be performed at 3:00 PM at St. John Methodist Church, 736 Greene St.  Augusta, GA on Sunday, July 1.

Daon Drisdom’s Piano Lessons & Workshops *registration closed*

Wanna learn how to play the piano like a pro?
Do you love how it sounds when piano keys are played? Well, you could learn how to not only read sheet music but how to listen to notes and play!

The Jessye Norman School of the Arts are pleased to announce that Mr. Daon Drisdom will be hosting workshops and piano lessons at their school! He is classically trained and is exceptional at teaching! This is an amazing opportunity to learn how to play one of the world’s most famous instruments!

If interested, register online at http://www.jessyenormanschool.org/on-the-keys-w-mr-d/

Reid Arts Presents: Trio d’Esprit in Concert

Trio d’Esprit, Augusta’s premiere professional chamber music ensemble, will present a concert of works for violin, cello, and piano, as the third event in the Reid Arts Series.  The event, sponsored by the Ministry of Music at Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church, is free and open to the public.  A reception will follow the afternoon performance.

Harry Jacobs Chamber Music Society presents the Garth Newell Piano Quartet

The Garth Newel Piano Quartet, hailing from the Shenandoah Valley in the mountains of Virginia, performs more than 50 national and international concerts each year. They serve as faculty and directors for the Emerging Artist Fellowship Program, under the guise of which they will be in a residency with the Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School while in Augusta.

About the concert: The quartet comes to us from the Shenandoah Valley in the mountains of Virginia where they are the ensemble-in-residence at the Garth Newel Music Center. They have toured extensively and
performed on five continents. Their strong dedication to educating the next generation of chamber
musicians brings them as guests of Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School and the HJCMS.

The program will include: Piano Quartet Op. 9 Im Sommer (1883) by Louise Héritte-Viardot; the
Piano Quartet (1992) by Mark Carlson; and the Piano Quartet No. 2 in G Minor, Op. 45 (1886) by
Gabriel Fauré.

How to purchase: Reserve by calling the box office 706.667.4100 or by visiting the
Maxwell Performing Arts theatre website www.augusta.edu/maxwelltheatre
OR
Purchase at the door (those with tickets purchased in advance seated first)
For more information, visit www.hjcms.org

General admission $40; Students $5 with ID; Free for AU students, faculty, staff

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Friday, January 12, 2018 7:30 pm
Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre, Summerville Campus, Augusta University

Harry Jacobs Chamber Music Society presents Nikita Mndoyants, pianist

Nikita Mndoyants, pianist

A standing offering of the Harry Jacobs Chamber Music Society is the winner of each year’s prestigious Cleveland International Piano Competition. This year we present the 2016 winner Nikita Mndoyants. Mr. Mndoyants was also a finalist in the 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 2013 and the First Prize Winner of the 7th International Paderewski Piano Competition in 2007. He is a serious composer, having won the first prize at both the 2016 Prokofiev International Competition of Composers in Moscow, and at the 2014 Myaskovsky International Competition of Composers. He will appear on our stage at the age of 28, already a proven superstar performer and a creative force in the current world of pianists.

General admission $40; Students $5 with ID; Free for AU students, faculty, staff

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Vola O’Connor Jacobs was an integral part of the musical fabric of Augusta for most of her life. A graduate of the Eastman School of Music, she returned to her hometown of Augusta, performed often as soloist and concerto artist, and taught many hundreds of piano students, some of whom have become teachers of the next generation of pianists. This concert is in memory of the significant contribution she made to music in Augusta and throughout the Southeastern United States.