We are really looking forward to our concert on August 2, 2018 at the beautiful Agnes Flanagan Chapel at Lewis & Clark College! For this year’s Summer Festival, Portland Piano International has an elegant array of concerts and a new series of Kaleidoscope Lectures, and we’re providing a taste of chamber music alongside the wonderful pianists featured.
At 7 PM, Katherine Fitzgibbon will talk about “Words and Music, the Chicken or the Egg?” and at 8:00, we’ll play works of Bloch, Piazzolla, Haydn and Brahms. It’s worth mentioning that our very own Susan DeWitt Smith is curator for this excellent series of short lectures, and they’re sure to be fascinating.
You can find the full list of offerings and a “button” for purchasing tickets here.
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Nancy Ives is Principal Cello of the Oregon Symphony and received a DMA and MM from the Manhattan School of Music and a BM from the University of Kansas. She has been featured soloist with the Oregon Symphony as well as orchestras in the Northeast, Midwest and Pacific Northwest. Nancy is Instructor of Chamber Music at Lewis & Clark College; a member of fEARnoMUSIC, the Palatine Piano Trio and the Rose City Piano Trio; and is active as a teacher and recording artist. She is a frequent guest of groups such as Chamber Music Northwest, 45th Parallel, Portland Piano International Summer Festival, Third Angle, Pink Martini and Portland Cello Project. Her composition Shard is featured on a recent PCP album, to e.s.. She is a founder of Classical Up Close, has served on the Board of Directors of the Oregon Symphony and currently serves on the Board at All Classical Portland. Nancy blogs at nancyives.com.
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