poster for Tadeusz DomanowskiGUEST PIANIST PERFORMS ALL-CHOPIN PROGRAM

The Music Program of the University at Albany’s Department of Music and Theatre is pleased to present guest artist Tadeusz Domanowski in an all-Chopin program on Thursday, February 18, 2016 at 7pm at the UAlbany Performing Arts Center on the uptown campus. The program will include Scherzo no. 2 in B flat minor, op. 31; Sonata no. 2 in B flat minor, op. 35; Ballade no. 1 in G minor, op. 23; Nocturne in C minor, op. 48, no. 1; Nocturne in F sharp major, op. 15, no. 2 and Polonaise in A flat major, op. 53.

Tadeusz Domanowski was born in Poland. He started his artistic education at the age of nine at the Gliwice School of Music followed by study at the Zenon Brzewski Secondary School of Music and the Fryderyk Chopin Academy of Music, both in Warsaw. He is also a graduate of Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development at New York University. In 2013-14, he was appointed Adjunct Faculty at New York University.

A winner of various piano competitions including the Steinway Competition in Hamburg, the International Balys Dvarionas Competition in Vilnius and the IBLA Grand Prize in Italy, Domanowski has performed in Germany, France, Italy, Great Britain, Sweden, Greece, the Czech Republic, Romania,  Moldova, Lithuania, Russia, China and the United States. He has given recitals and performed as a soloist with symphony orchestras at numerous music festivals in Poland and abroad.

Domanowski has also performed as a chamber musician in a number of European music festivals and has collaborated with the Silesian Quartet and the National Philharmonic Quintet.  He has also participated in a cycle of TV programs broadcast by the Polonia TV channel, performing piano and chamber music pieces written by Polish composers. In addition, he has recorded many archive piano compositions by Beethoven, Chopin and various contemporary composers for Polish Radio.

Tickets for the concert are $8 for the general public and $4 for students, seniors & UAlbany faculty/staff and may be purchased through the Performing Arts Center Box Office. For further information, contact the Box Office at (518) 442-3997.

 

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