PCA

10 Lincoln Street
P.O. Box 411
Westford, MA 01886
(978) 692-6333
pca@westford.org

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Piano Heritage

A Celebration of Four Centuries of Classical Piano through Performance and Education

The PCA proudly presents the 11th Anniversary of Classical Piano Music in Westford.  Our Piano Heritage Series focuses on the great literature for piano and features exciting performers playing our celebrated Steinway B.  Concerts are preceded by a Pre-Concert Talk by the soloist and followed by a reception with the artist.  All shows on Sundays.

~Bonnie Anderson, Artistic Director~Leslie Hitelman, Director~

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Ticket Prices: $12 PCA Members/Seniors; $15 Non-Members;

$8 Teens/College Students; $5 Children 12 and under.

Piano Students FREE with an attending adult!

 

NOVEMBER 20, 2016 – Diane Walsh

Before and After Beethoven:  Influences and Legacy

3:15 PM: Pre-Concert Talk  / 4:00 PM: Concert

An esteemed artist of distinction, the American pianist Diane Walsh is regularly heard on disc and in recital, chamber music and concerto performances throughout the world. In addition to possessing a vast and varied repertoire, ranging from Bach to Bolcom, her recent work on the theatre stage has brought wider recognition of her superlative musical gifts. IMG_4780_resizedMs. Walsh joined the cast of 33 Variations in which she performed in numerous productions of the award-winning play by Kaufman at the Arena Stage in Washington, DC, on Broadway in New York City, and at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles. She has released 18 discs of diverse repertoire and in 2015 released an album of Bach Suites which is available on CDBaby.com, Amazon and iTunes.

Ms. Walsh’s recital will feature sonatas by Clementi, Beethoven and Mendelssohn.
For more information, please visit www.dianewalsh.com.

 

FEBRUARY 5, 2017 – Terry Eder

The Piano Sings:  The Interpretation of Masterpieces Inspired by Words

3:15 PM: Pre-Concert Talk  / 4:00 PM: Concert

Terry Eder began her musical studies at the age of four in Detroit where she was born and raised. After attending Oberlin College and Indiana University, she studied at the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest. Since then, Ms. Eder has become one of the most distinguished interpreters and performers of the music of Bela Bartok. Ms. Eder’s recent performances include recitals in Germany, France, China, Singapore and the U.S. In 2015, Ms. Eder founded a new concert series in New York City called Key Pianists. In addition to teaching in New York City, Ms. Eder holds a Juris Doctorate and practiced law for 13 years simultaneously with her musical career.

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Terry Eder

 

Ms. Eder’s talk and recital will feature Bartok’s Hungarian Peasant Songs, Bartok’s
Improvisations, Op. 20 and Schubert’s Drei Klavierstucke, D. 946.
For more information, please visit www.terryeder.com.