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Jeffrey Siegel's Keyboard Conversations:Bach & the Romantic
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GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY’S CENTER FOR THE ARTS
PRESENTS JEFFREY SIEGEL’S KEYBOARD CONVERSATIONS®:
BACH AND THE ROMANTICS:
Chopin, Mendelssohn, and Franck
Sunday, February 8, 2004, 7PM
Fairfax, Virginia, January 8, 2004—The latest installment in Jeffrey Siegel’s highly praised series of "concerts with commentary," Bach and the Romantics, presented at George Mason University’s Center for the Arts is performed on Sunday, February 8 at 7PM. Part of Siegel’s popular series of Keyboard Conversations, Bach and the Romantics features works by Chopin and Mendelssohn inspired by Bach, and Franck’s 19th century showstopper Prelude, Chorale, and Fugue.
Program, Sunday, February 8, 2004
Bach and the Romantics:
Chopin, Mendelssohn and Franck
Prelude from English Suite in A minor
Prelude in D-flat, Opus 28, No. 15 (Raindrop)
Prelude and Fugue in D-flat,
Well Tempered Clavier, Book I
Prelude and Fugue in E minor, Opus 35
Jesu, joy of man’s Desiring
Prelude, Chorale, and Fugue
Tickets for Jeffrey Siegel’s Keyboard Conversations – Bach and the Romantics, Sunday, February 8 are $35, $27, & $17.50. FAMILY FRIENDLY! All children 12 and under
half price! Charge by phone at 703-218-6500 or visit www.tickets.com. The Center for the Arts complex is located on the Fairfax campus of George Mason University at the intersection of Braddock Road and Route 123. Paid parking is located in the deck adjacent to the mainstage Concert Hall and FREE parking is located in university lot K.
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