AmiciMusic: FRENCH FOUR-HAND FROLIC Sunday Feb 26th 2017 at 3pm



Tickets:
$15 in advance

$20 at the door

Featuring:
Elizabeth Borowsky
piano
Daniel Weiser
piano


Elizabeth Borowsky and Daniel Weiser take a thrilling four-hand piano journey to Paris at the turn of the 20th century in order to highlight the important role of the music hall and cabaret culture. 

The influence of American ragtime and jazz is also revealed, culminating in a performance of a new arrangement of Gershwin's "American in Paris." Great music by Faure, Chabrier, Satie, Poulenc, and Milhaud will also be included.


​​​​Elizabeth Borowsky enjoys a vibrant musical career as soloist and collaborative pianist, composer, educator, speaker, and recording artist. She has been a featured performer at distinguished venues including Carnegie Hall and The Kennedy Center, and has performed in over thirty countries. Borowsky has also earned a reputation as a dedicated instructor, presenting masterclasses in the USA, Lithuania, Germany, Cuba, Japan, Poland, and Germany. She has been a member of the piano faculty of the International Music Institute and Festival USA since 2003 and was appointed Executive Director in 2010. She is founder and director of Piano Prodigies LLC, a holistic approach to private piano instruction that uniquely balances the technical, artistic, and personal development of each student. Elizabeth Borowsky is a registered yoga teacher and enjoys culinary improvisation, photography, and traveling with her husband, Rob. www.ElizabethBorowsky.com ​ ​

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