Special Performances & Events
Student Tickets: $15.00 at Door (ID required; please call 414/276-5760 reserve in advance)
WCM Student Tickets: Limited free tickets avaliable
(please call 414/276-5760 reserve in advance)
All Special Performances are held in the Helen Bader Recital Hall at 1584 North Prospect Avenue.
Monday, September 16, 2013 | 7:30pm
An integral contributor to the world jazz scene since 1989, Jazz guitarist Peter Bernstein returns to the Conservatory to present a night of incredible originals and standards.
Concert Sponsor: William Bonifas
Sunday, October 6, 2013 | 3:00pm
Raymond Mueller honors the great guitarists of the past by performing programs of works from each artist's repertoire on the instrument that they were famous for playing. This program, the first of a three-concert series, will pay tribute to Francisco Tarrega by performing original works as well as his transcriptions of works by Mendelssohn, Bach, Handel, Chopin and Albeniz. This concert will be performed using a guitar made circa 1900 by Manuel Ramirez.
Raymond Mueller -
Miguel Llobet: Expanding the Romantic Tradition
Saturday, March 1, 2014 | 5:00pm
This concert's program will feature arrangements of Catalan folksongs by Miguel Llobet and Mexican folksongs by Manuel Ponce that were recorded by Llobet. Additional works by de Visee, Mendelssohn, Carcassi, Albeniz and more will be performed as well. The program will be performed using a guitar made in 1925 by Francisco Simplicio.
|Piano Music from France: From Rameau to Ravel
Sunday, March 9, 2014 | 3:00pm
Pianist Michael Thiele will perform works by French composers from the Baroque period of music through the 20th Century. The program will include works by Jean-Philippe Rameau, Claude Debussy, Francis Poulenc, Maurice Ravel, and Camille Saint-Saens.
Andres Segovia: Culmination of the Romantic Tradition
Saturday, June 14, 2014 | 5:00pm
The final concert of this series will focus mainly on music composed for, inspired by, or dedicated to Andres Segovia. Composers include Manuel Ponce, Alexandre Tansman, Federico Moreno Torroba, Heitor Villa-Lobos and Abel Carlevaro. The program will be performed using a guitar made in 1956 by Hermann Hauser II.
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