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Influence of Polish Folk Music in Chopin’s Compositions

04/07/2010


CHICAGO AREA MUSIC TEACHERS
ASSOCIATION
AND

CHICAGO CHOPIN SOCIETY

Presents

“Influence of Polish Folk Music
in Chopin’s Compositions”


A Lecture - Recital - Masterclass
for Teachers and Students



WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
Friday, June 18, 2010

8:45-9:00 Registration
Mail-in registration is recommended.


9:00-10:15 Session I
Lecture-Master Class-Recital Collage

“Influence of Polish Folk Music
in Chopin’s Compositions”


Nina Drath will explore interpretations of the unique Polish character in mazurkas and polonaises. She will present how to practice in order to blend the rustic idioms with pianistic elegance. Musical selections to be highlighted:
Mazurkas
Op. 24 and op. 33
Polonaises
G minor op. posthumous
B major op. posthumous
C # minor op. 26 no. 1
A major (Military) op. 40
F # minor op. 44

10:30-12:00 Session II
Lecture-Master Class-Recital Collage

Nina Drath will continue to share her expertise with students, from those just beginning to study Chopin’s works to students studying more advanced literature
EVENING CONCERT
Friday, June 18, 2010

7:00 p.m.

Nina Drath, Pianist

George Sand and
Fryderyk Chopin
“The Story of Love”
penned by George Sand


a theatric presentation of
the letters of George Sand and the music of Fryderyk Chopin



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Roosevelt University Ganz Hall 430 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois


Admission at the door: $25
Students, Seniors: $15


For more information and application see attachements below
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