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Aaron Diehl | Hidden Visionaries

Starting on December 04, 2022 1:30 pm
Categories: PianoFest
Tags: Classical

Weekend Concert Series
Aaron Diehl, piano
Hidden Visionaries

Sunday | December 4, 2022 | 1:30 PM (ET)


Harry T. Burleigh From the Southland (1910)
Florence Price Piano Sonata in E minor (1932?)
William Grant Still Three Visions (1935)
Duke Ellington New World A-Comin’ (1943)
Mary Lou Williams (arr. A. Diehl) St. Martin de Porres (1962)
Margaret Bonds Troubled Waters (1967)

Celebrated musical polymath Aaron Diehl returns to the Gardner with a program that explores the ways African-American composers brought the sacred and the secular to their works, while forging their own distinctive and distinctly American sound.

Aaron Diehl is the winner of the 2011 American Pianists Awards.

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