Int Piano Serios 13-14

The Beauty and Thunder of Great Music

Wednesday, March 19, 2014
by William Furtwangler
The Beauty and Thunder of Great Music

THE AUDIENCE at the Sottile Theatre Tuesday night may never have heard the name of pianist Konstantinos Papadakis, but after his concert it is doubtful they will ever forget it. As part of the International Piano Series of the College of Charleston School of the Arts, Papadakis gave an extraordinary performance that left no... Read »

Di Wu Wows IPS Audience

Thursday, February 20, 2014
by William Furtwangler
Di Wu Wows IPS Audience

PIANIST DI WU saves the day—again. The third presentation of the College of Charleston School of the Arts International Piano Series in the Sottile Theatre Tuesday, February 18, was an exciting and beautiful concert. Though scheduled to showcase Canadian pianist Jon Kimura Parker, the series presented Chinese-American pianist Di Wu, a last minute substitute... Read »

Roberto Plano Impresses at Sottile

Thursday, January 23, 2014
by William Furtwangler
Roberto Plano Impresses at Sottile

THE CofC INTERNATIONAL PIANO SERIES continued in its successful choice of top caliber concert pianists Monday evening, January 20, in the Sottile Theatre. Italy’s Roberto Plano, with impressive credentials as an orchestral soloist, a recitalist, and a chamber music—not to mention award winning—player, offered the IPS audience a different sort of  program. Plano, who provided effectively... Read »

Russian Pianist Showcases His Talent at IPS

Friday, September 27, 2013
by William Furtwangler
Russian Pianist Showcases His Talent at IPS

THE INTERNATIONAL PIANO SERIES at the College of Charleston featured the young Russian pianist Pavel Kolesnikov in a mixed collection of classics. Kolesnikov played to an enthusiastic and nearly full house at the Sottile Theatre Tuesday evening, September 24. Opening with several items originally composed for harpsichord by Baroque genius Jean-Philipe Rameau (1683-1764), Kolesnikov... Read »

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