David Korevaar – “Reading the Score: What is the Composer Telling Us?” New and non-member teachers welcome without joining for their first meeting!
David Korevaar – “Reading the Score: What is the Composer Telling Us?”
David Korevaar, whose playing has been called a “musical epiphany” by Gramophone Magazine, performs an extensive repertoire as a soloist and chamber musician around the US and internationally.
In addition to his teaching at CU, where he holds the Peter and Helen Weil fellowship in piano and where he has been named Distinguished Research Lecturer (2016), he has been a regular participant as performer and teacher at Colorado’s Music in the Mountains summer festival and continues to teach and perform regularly in Japan under the auspices of The Music Center Japan.
In the spring of 2016, Korevaar spent two weeks teaching in Kabul at the Afghanistan National Institute of Music (ANIM). In October 2016, he made his first tour to Brazil, performing and teaching around the country; he will return this coming May.
Korevaar’s extensive discography includes numerous solo and chamber music recordings. Recent releases include a disc of chamber works by Tibor Harsányi with Charles Wetherbee (Naxos), and a Chopin recital on MSR, Hindemith’s three Piano Sonatas and Suite “1922” (MSR) and two Schubert Sonatas (MSR). In addition, his collaboration with members of the Takacs Quartet has resulted in a number of releases, including a disc of Brahms with violist Geraldine Walther and cellist Andras Fejer (MSR), two Beethoven Violin Sonatas with violinist Edward Dusinberre (Decca), and Hindemith music for Viola and Piano with Geraldine Walther (MSR). In addition to his performing activities, Korevaar writes on various musical topics.
2018/04/10 - 2018/04/10
Additional time info:
9 a.m. Coffee and Networking
9:30 a.m. General Meeting
10 a.m. Program Presentation