Associate Professor of Piano - Eastman School of Music
Artistic Director Musica Domani International Prize
Described by La Nueva España as “a true musician and a master of elegance, refinement and fantasy,” Enrico Elisi regularly performs to acclaim throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia. His interpretations reveal “remarkable sensitivity, imagination and polish,” (Baltimore Sun).
In Italy he has appeared in prestigious venues such as La Fenice Theatre, Venice; Palazzo Vecchio, Florence; Bibbiena Theatre, Mantua; Pavarotti Opera House, Modena; Teatro Comunale and Sala Bossi, Bologna.
Recent North American performances include recitals at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, and the New York Public Library. In Asia, he performed in South Korea (Seoul, Busan, Daegu), Taiwan (Taipei, Tainan), and China (Shanghai, Xiamen, Hangzhou, Fouzhou). Elisi has also given recitals in Germany (Hamburg, Bonn, Wolfsburg, Kiel, Heiligenhafen), Slovak Republic (Pieštany), Spain (Gijon, Candas), and Peru (Lima).
Public Master Class (Sunday 5th May 2013, 2pm - 4pm)
- 3 Performer Slots (1 slot left)
- 1st Performer - M. Glinka: Variations on the song "The Nightingale" by Alyabyev
- 2nd Performer - P. Tchaikovsky: Dumka Op.59
Public Lecture (Sunday 5th May 2013, 430pm - 530pm)
"Damper Pedal and Sound Alchemy in the Context of Interpretation"
How often do intermediate students take the damperpedal for granted? Why do their instinctive reactions based on nearly automatic, acoustic feedback provide limited results? This workshop will focus on the damper pedal in the context of interpretation. A few examples will reveal how a composition’s horizontal aim—its “future”—and vertical conception—its ”present”—are part of an all-inclusive, temporal context from which some thoughtful considerations on pedaling may be derived.
WHO should attend: Piano Teachers, Educators and especially for Intermediate candidates preparing for Piano Examinations.
SOLO Lessons (6 and 7 May 2013)
Do not miss this rare opportunity to learn from Prof. Enrico Elisi.
Only limited slots available!
Venue (ALL sessions): TCM Recital Studio @ Chinese Swimming Club (details)
Book your seats Online! (Till 4 MAY 2013) @ www.msworks.sg
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